Our Insight programmes are aimed towards first-year university students and have been designed to provide an immersive experience and exposure to the world of banking or technology. On each programme, you’ll get guidance and mentorship from our senior managers, build in-depth relationships with Deutsche Bank employees and understand what their day-to-day looks like. Take a look at the programme outline below to see if this is the one for you.

Programme overview

The Advance programme is designed to help students from lower socio-economic backgrounds discover where a career in banking could take them. The programme will help you build confidence and open your mind to various opportunities across multiple divisions in our bank.

Over five days you’ll be invited to participate in a variety of workshops to learn more about life at Deutsche Bank. These sessions will include: an introduction to our business, our clients, and our role in society as well as meeting many of our inspirational leaders and role models.

We will help you build your confidence and skills by delivering various employability workshops. You will also have an opportunity to take part in mock interviews and receive feedback from our Early Careers recruiters. Each programme participant will also have a dedicated Deutsche Bank mentor.


This programme is for university undergraduate students in their first year of their three-year course, or second year of their four-year course.

We are looking for enthusiastic, driven individuals with an entrepreneurial mindset, who can thrive in a diverse and inclusive culture where innovation and agile thinking abound.

We welcome applications from students of all degree disciplines. While you are not expected to have knowledge and experience of banking and finance, your willingness to learn and motivation for this opportunity is key.


We are currently taking applications for our 2023 programme. The deadline for applications is Friday 10 February 2023.

This is an 18-month programme beginning in Spring 2023 (March/April). The mentoring relationship will be for at least 12 months.