Deutsche Bank is a German multinational investment bank and financial services company headquartered in Frankfurt, Germany, and dual-listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange. Deutsche Bank established its first branch in India in 1980 and currently operates branches in 16 cities. In 2022, the bank started operations at the IFSC Banking Unit at GIFT City, Gujarat, to serve as an international platform for Indian businesses.
They are looking for creative interns and are willing to pay Rs. 40,000/month. Following are the steps for applying to Deutsche Bank:
Step 1: Explore and research
You have the option to start at any stage of your studies or after graduation.
We recommend that you use their Events and Employability Hub to find out more about working there. It’s important before you apply for an internship or graduate program opportunity that you understand how banks are structured and which division you would like to work in.
Step 2: Apply
Once you have all the information you need, it’s time to take the next step and apply. Visit Zuno on https://bit.ly/3AjQW1y. Zuno is a platform that offers paid internships and jobs for freshers. Here you will be asked to create an account.
After you are finished registering your Zuno you can apply for Deutsche Bank.
Visit their “Apply” page to search for the role that you wish to apply for. You will be asked to submit a short application form and attach your CV. Make sure you check the eligibility criteria for the vacancy you are applying for. This information is displayed in each job description.
Apply page at Deutsche Bank’s site
Step 3: Online Assessments
You will be asked to take a series of online assessments. The type of assessments you will be asked to take will vary depending on the role that you are applying for.
Stage 4: Interview (all roles except in our Technology Centres)
An interview is your opportunity to tell us a bit more about you, your motivations for the role and what skills you can bring to Deutsche Bank. This is most likely to be a video interview, and you will be provided with some preparation time after being shown each question and before recording your response.
*If you are applying to our Technology Centre roles you will be invited straight to Assessment Centre upon successful completion of the Online Assessments which include a Coding Assessment in place of an interview.
Step 5: Assessment Centre
This is your opportunity to meet a wide range of Deutsche Bank employees and ask them all the questions you have about working here. The components of this Assessment Centre will vary depending on the role that you have applied for. More information on the assessments you will be asked to undertake and what is expected of you will be laid out and confirmed in your Assessment Centre invitation.
Here are some points that would make your application process easier-
- Do as much research as possible about the industry and Deutsche Bank, online and off.
Your careers services office may be able to put you in contact with students who’ve worked with them, or with other banks. Your alumni network may also provide useful information.
- They have friendly work culture. We’re open, approachable, and all-embracing.
- They are looking for people of outstanding academic achievement, but consider a range of factors, not only a GPA or equivalent.
- They recruit people from a broad range of backgrounds for a wide variety of roles. You won’t need any relevant work experience nor necessarily need a financial or mathematical background to work here – although there are some roles where you’ll need to have strong numerical skills.
- You must have graduated within the last 12 months to apply for our graduate program. If you graduated more than 12 months ago then please consider applying for other direct entry opportunities at Deutsche Bank.
- Deutsche Bank recruits on-campus for graduate opportunities across the globe. However, they also accept applications from universities where we don’t have a presence on campus, too.
- Online Assessments: When you enter the online experience site you will find two tiles waiting for you. The first tile provides a more detailed overview of the process and what assessments are required at each stage. To summarise the process involves a Situational Judgment Test, Behavioural Questionnaire, and an Ability Test. After which you’ll be asked to do a pre-recorded Video Interview. We recommend reading the information about each stage in the experience platform to help you prepare.