June 1, 2016

Societe Generale

In today’s competitive job market, it is important to acquire professional experience as soon as you can, even if you are still a student. This is why Societe Generale offers you several ways to enhance your CV.

If you are currently a university-level student and are looking to acquire your first experience in banking, finance or insurance Societe Generale may be the place for you. Depending on the country you are in, we provide internships, work-study positions and work experience programmes.

Long-term Internships
We offer internships lasting from six months to one year. They are available throughout all our business divisions and locations for current students and recent graduates. The goal of these internships is to provide you with valuable professional experience that will help increase your chances of employment later on.

Your internship will give you the opportunity to reveal your potential and demonstrate your commitment. You will have the chance to observe and participate, ask questions and receive advice from experienced professionals. You will be given a detailed appraisal at the end of your internship.

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Summer internships in Corporate and Investment Banking
Societe Generale Corporate and Investment Banking (SG CIB) offers summer internships in London and New York during your penultimate year of study. These last between 10 and 12 weeks and provide you with the opportunity to broaden your knowledge and develop your skills. They combine both classroom and on-the-job training, networking and hands-on experience. They can facilitate your entry into the industry and hopefully will strengthen your will to join us after your graduation.

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Work-study positions
As part of our efforts to build a highly diverse workforce and support the professional development of young people, we provide work-study positions for students and recent school leavers. These positions are an excellent way to acquire solid professional experience and to help you pay for your studies.

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