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Deadline

01 Jan 2017

  • Job Type: Internship
  • Profession: Investment Banking, Technology in Finance & Consultancy
  • Duration: 8 weeks
  • Start Date: Unspecified
  • Location: London
  • UCAS Points: Technology – Summer Intern 2017
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Degree Required: 2:1

The European component of the Technology Summer Intern Programme is run out of our London office in the heart of the City, overlooking the Thames.

Interns will gain hands-on experience within Technology and career-building mentorship. Every year we recruit successful applicants into our London office for many of our Technology teams. There are opportunities in many areas to suit the interests of driven and focused students.

Learning in the real world

We take for granted that you have a passion for excellence and a desire to succeed in a highly competitive industry.

The business areas that participate in the Technology Summer Intern Programme include:

  • Front Office
  • Operations, Risk and Finance
  • Infrastructure
  • Application Support

The objective of the summer programme is to gain an understanding of how the individual IT teams function and how each of these work together to allow RBC to achieve its business objectives.

Developing your knowledge

You will work with talented colleagues – some long time industry insiders, some newer to the industry – who share your passion to bring new ideas and skills to the table. An important aspect of the program is mentoring. You will be assigned a buddy who will provide guidance at this crucial stage in your career. As well as taking part in a Speaker Series throughout the summer programme.

What we look for

  • A strong interest in financial markets
  • Technical skills (e.g. Java, C#, C++, databases, networks)
  • Team-working: ability to collaborate with your colleagues and learn fast
  • Details-oriented approach to your projects
  • Commitment and enthusiasm for solving complex problems with creative thinking.
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