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Internship: Corporate and Commercial Banking (Closed)

Overview »

If you're good with people and you like nothing better than supporting colleagues and exceeding customer expectations, you've come to the right place. Corporate and Commercial Banking is all about relationships. It's how we set ourselves apart from our competitors - and how we're driving the industry forward.

Santander is a major player in the UK corporate banking market. Customers are naturally attracted by the strength, security and capitalisation we offer, and by the fact that we operate in key commercial locations throughout the UK. But they also appreciate our approach - especially how we take the time to understand their needs, and carefully devise solutions that enable them to achieve their goals.

Our interns spend 10 weeks developing new knowledge and valuable skills, working with many different areas of the business, spending time in the Regional Corporate Banking Network as well as Wholesale Corporate Banking. Throughout your internship, we’ll offer you a series of personal development modules, designed to enhance your commercial awareness as well as your interpersonal skills. All the while, you’ll enjoy regular feedback and real-life project work, while building up a detailed knowledge of what we do.

Location »

The primary locations for the Corporate and Commercial Banking programme include Glasgow, Newcastle, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Milton Keynes and Greater London.

What we look for in you »

To join the programme you will need:

  • To currently be an undergraduate – either in your second year at university, or third year if yours is a four-year course
  • A minimum of 280 UCAS points or equivalent and to be on course for a 2:1 or equivalent ideally in Business, Commercial Banking, Finance or a related discipline.

You will also ideally have:

  • A minimum of one position of responsibility held at university or school (e.g. Vice-President of a society, Team Captain, Secretary, Treasurer etc.)
  • A minimum of two months' customer-related work experience. This could include face-to-face or telephone contact with the public/customers/clients. It can be part-time or voluntary and need not be over a continuous two month period