Off-cycle Internship Program - EMEA
BlackRock offers off-cycle internship opportunities for a duration of 6 months in some of our Continental European offices. This program is for candidates in their penultimate year of their studies and graduating from an undergraduate or master’s degree program in 2024.
This opportunity gives you a chance to work closely and add value to a specific team, set and complete objectives and be exposed to the culture and ethos at BlackRock. During the internship, you will develop new skills and gain valuable experience within the Asset Management industry. You will also have the opportunity to find out more about our full-time graduate opportunities.
We have opportunities available in:
Analytics & Risk - Budapest
Investments: Alternatives - Munich, Paris
Investments: ETF & Index Investing – Munich
Legal & Compliance - Budapest
Sales & Relationship Management – Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Madrid, Milan & Munich
Technology - Budapest
Important: Candidates can apply for only one program (e.g. Summer Internship Program) and up to two opportunities within that program (e.g. Internal Audit and Portfolio Analytics).
If you withdraw your application, you will not be able to submit an application for a different role.
Once you submit your application you will immediately be invited to submit a Virtual Cover Letter and/or take a CodeVue assessment depending on the vacancy or vacancies you apply to. You must submit your Virtual Cover Letter and/or the CodeVue assessment within 5 calendar days, as failure to do so will result in your application being automatically withdrawn.
All business areas: 9 December 2022
The recruitment process takes place throughout the autumn semester. In some businesses, certain teams may recruit through to early next year. Please note, we recruit on a rolling basis and encourage you to apply as soon as you’re ready.
We look forward to reviewing your application!
BlackRock is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to age, disability, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation and other protected characteristics at law.