How it works
Available in Germany.
We have different working student opportunities available in Germany across a range of business divisions. Being a working student is an excellent introduction to the world of work and offers you the chance to gain practical experience in a major European bank.
As a full time university student (or part time student but then more than 25 hours per week) on a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree course, you will work up to 20 hours a week in one of our teams. You will effectively be a part-time member of your team, gaining valuable experience of our day-to-day activities. This gives you an excellent opportunity to voice your opinions, contribute to our work and build your understanding of our business.Apply now
Become part of our Future Talent Programme
Our working student placements are the perfect opportunity to prove your abilities and to develop your knowledge. If you make a positive impression as a working student, we will discuss with you how we can best support you in your future career. For example, if you would like to stay with your team, we will do our best to find a professional full-time role for you. Outstanding working students might also get the opportunity to get part of our FutureTalent Programme which is our exclusive talent retention programme.
What we look for
You must be a current full time university student or part time student (but then more than 25 hours of studies per week). Ideally, you have already gained some work experience or can convey your genuine interest in the desired field of activity. For example, you may have previously worked in a similar role, or you may have a relevant personal interest, such as being a member of a board or investment club at university.
Just as important, you will be self-motivated, with the drive and determination to make your mark and actively contribute to our business. Please have a look at our current vacancies and find the working student position that matches your interest.
Meet one of our early careers talents
Anna-Lena R.Working Student (Single Family Office & Family-Owned Business)
I’ve found it very beneficial working between various different Berenberg service areas. It means that not only have I expanded my knowledge of the bank, but I’ve been able to create a bigger picture of Berenberg and its fields of activity as a whole. I’ve also grown and learned a lot personally, through development of my soft skills and professional knowledge, as well as getting to know my own strengths and weaknesses better.01/02
Meet one of our early careers talents
Lea Marie W.Working Student (Human Resources)
In my time here I have found that Berenberg is a motivating and supportive organisation. I have grown personally through the trust that has been placed in me as I deliver key projects and tasks. While professionally, my manager has inspired me to continue my education and take a Master’s degree while working. I can certainly picture myself working here in the future. I hope that once I complete my degree I can then start a long career with Berenberg.02/02
Our recruitment process
Apply online, including your CV.
Our recruitment team will review your CV and if you meet our requirements, we will contact you to arrange an interview.
We will set up a personal or digital interview, where you get to know the department and introduce yourself and your CV to the company.
If you are successful, we will offer you the working student position and call you to talk through the details.
Frequently asked questions
While we've tried to answer all the questions that you may have about a career at Berenberg. We're sure to have missed a couple. That said, here are a few answers to the most common questions that our resourcing team are asked.
And remember if the answer isn't here you can always contact the team.
What is the application deadline?
We offer different working student positions throughout the year, so each one will have its own application deadline. Please have a look at our current vacancies and find the working student position that matches your interest.
Can I apply by email?
Unfortunately, we can only accept applications through our online recruitment system.
When will you be holding assessment centres?
We do not run assessment centres for our working student roles, we focus on the interviews.
How long is the minimum contract duration for a working student position?
The contract duration for a working student position is a minimum of 6 months and generally a maximum of up to 2 years.
Our working student roles offer you the opportunity to gain practical experience, working in a major bank. You will enjoy the chance to discover new skills, support live projects and be an active team member, in a culture that encourages you to speak up and make a genuine contribution.
Apply now on our online recruitment system, including a copy of your CV.Current Working Student opportunities
Contact the team
If you have any questions about the recruitment process or the programme itself, please contact us.Contact the team