• What to expect in the recruitment process

As a multi-faceted, global organisation, we receive large volumes of applications throughout the year. Read on to gain an overview of the application process, typical timescales and what to expect at each stage of the cycle.

The recruitment process

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Explore

Discover the benefits of starting your working life at Deutsche Bank. You have the option to start at any stage of your studies or after graduation. Gain personal and professional skills through a range of different programmes, advance your development by taking responsibility and delivering work that’s of real value to our business. Applications for the Deutsche Bank Graduate Programme and Internship Programme open between August and September in Europe, US and APAC (ex Australia). In Australia we commence our recruitment in March/April.
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Connect

Use our event calendar to find out about our upcoming campus events. You can talk to us there and learn more about what it’s like to join one of our programmes. more more
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Explore our Events & Resources Hub

You can sign up to upcoming events, or view ones that you've missed. View trending topics, meet our people and learn more about the world of banking from behind the scenes. We'll keep you up to date with our assessment processes too, so you feel prepared and ready to shape the future of finance. Whether you're fresh out of school or already have some experience, you'll find a wealth of content to read, watch and share. Go there now Go there now
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Apply

Once you have all the information you need, it’s time to take the next step and apply. We look forward to receiving your application documents (cover letter, CV and any other information you may wish to include). Consult our Eligibility Criteria before making your application: Current openings Current openings
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Meeting in person

We have a multistage process during which you will tackle a number of assessment tools. These may include case studies and interviews, which will relate to the business area you have applied to. Deutsche Bank will generally provide compensation for your travel expenses. Meeting in person Tips to approach your interview
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Individual Feedback

After every step in the application process, you will receive individual feedback from us. We will also keep you informed on what is happening next in a timely manner.
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Complete the Situational Judgement Test

You will receive an invitation from us to take our online Situational Judgement Test. The test is a mandatory step in our selection process which is used to find out how well your values align to ours. You will be confronted with real-life workplace scenarios and will be asked to find the most effective way to handle critical situations.
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Join

The Deutsche Bank Internship Programme begins in June and lasts anywhere from 8-10 weeks. The Deutsche Bank Graduate Programme begins in July and continues for your first year with the Bank.
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