EY Survive the Panel

Sometimes the biggest ideas come from the simplest of observations…

Have you got an idea that could become the next big thing? Then tell us about it! We’re not after sliced bread, reinventing the wheel or anything that would be prefixed with ‘i’. So open your mind and think about everyday things you see, use, hear, feel or interact with that fall short by the smallest of margins.

Four entries will be chosen as finalists to pitch to our panel of judges in front of an audience of 90, including EY partners and our people. This fine dining and networking evening will be held at the EY Melbourne office on 6 October 2016, with finalists battling it out to win a share of $20,000.

How to enter
Simply tell us in 100 words or less about what your idea is all about to secure your opportunity to pitch to the panel.  You may enter as an individual or in a team of up to four people.

Entrants must be residing in Australia and due to complete their university degree between 2017 and 2020. EY will cover flight expenses and one nights accommodation for individual finalists and two from each team entry finalist who are based interstate.

100 words is all it takes. 
What are you waiting for? Go to bit.ly/SurviveThePanel2016.

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Westpac Group Summer Internship Program 2016/2017

You’d never guess where this summer could take you…

Westpac Group is seeking talented and ambitious students to take part in our 2016/2017 Summer Internship Program.

Our paid ten-week program is a great way to explore a career with Westpac Group and give you a taste of what is like to work for us. It is designed to ensure that our interns get an insight into the banking and finance industry – allowing you to make an informed career decision.

Whichever business area you choose, you will find a worthwhile investment of your time this summer. You’d never guess what skills you could develop and how much you’ll learn – what could be more rewarding than the possibility to return to university with your graduate job offer in hand.

We welcome applications from university students in their PENULTIMATE year of an undergraduate or post graduate degree and ask that you hold Australian permanent residency or citizenship to apply.

The program runs for 10 weeks from December to February and talented interns will also have the opportunity to be considered for the Graduate Program in 2018.

Applications close Midnight Friday 29 July 2016.

Our summer internships programs will be available in the following areas;
· Corporate and Institutional Banking (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane & Perth)
· Financial Markets & Treasury (Sydney)
· Group Operations (Sydney & Adelaide)
· Global Transactional Services (Sydney)
· Risk Management (Sydney)

Don’t miss out… Apply now and you could be surprised where a career in banking could take you.

Future Female Leaders: Workshops and networking session

Join EY’s Female Event to hear how our leaders have built a better working world and have paved a way for other aspiring females.
The afternoon will be filled with workshops to help you build and enhance your negotiation and networking skills, promote your personal brand and give you the skills for future leadership success.
When: Friday, 5 August 2016
Where: EY Sydney Office, 200 George Street, Sydney
Time: 2:30pm – 5:30pm
RSVP: Here by 1 August at 12pm

EY IT Event

How can your interest in technology help build a better working world?

Join us for an afternoon of learning and networking to see where the broad range of digital careers at EY could take you.
When: Wednesday, 3 August 2016
Where: EY Sydney Office, 200 George Street
Time: 3:00pm – 5:00pm
RSVP: Click here to register
Limited places available.

For more information, please click on the banner below.
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EY Cadetship Program

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Choices today, shape tomorrow – Apply for EY 2017 Cadet Program

Do you think the world can work better?

We do. That’s why we’re committed to building a better working world. But we can’t do it without the right people. People who’ll think, act and lead globally – because that’s how business is now being done.

One decision, a lifetime of opportunity

As an EY Assurance or Tax cadet, you’ll combine full-time work with part-time university studies. It takes drive and commitment, but we’ll provide you with the support you need to succeed.  You’ll gain valuable experience working with clients and will be exposed to senior managers early so that you can learn from some of the best.

You’ll also benefit from the training and skills development we provide. And when you do graduate, the professional experience you’ll have gained through the cadet program will place you head and shoulders above your peers.

Hear from our cadets – http://bit.ly/EYCadetVideos2016

Tune in at www.facebook.com/EYCareers

Four of our cadets have filmed short videos about their EY journey and top application tips. Watch at http://bit.ly/EYCadetVideos2016

Deutsche Bank Internship Programme in Singapore and Hong Kong

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Deutsche Bank Internship Programme in Singapore and Hong Kong

The Deutsche Bank Internship Programme spans a wide range of locations and career paths.

If you’re someone who thinks beyond the obvious and is constantly seeking new experiences, a banking career in Asia could be for you. A central pillar to the Bank’s global strategy since 1872 when we opened our first overseas branches in Shanghai and Yokohama – we now have more than 16,000 employees in 16 markets.

If the prospect of a career in Asia excites you, our Deutsche Bank Internship Programme in Corporate & Investment Banking: Corporate Finance, or Global Markets could be just what you’re looking for.

Apply now

To find out more about careers in Asia and to apply, visit db.com/careers/asiaopps

Applications close Thursday, 21st July 2016

Start a career with a difference at db.com/careers

Deutsche Bank Summer Internship 2016/17 – Sydney & Melbourne

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Deutsche Bank Internship Programme

Our Internship Programme provides you with a meaningful introduction to Deutsche Bank. It could also serve as your introduction to a thriving and lasting career. Recognised as one of the best in the industry, an internship with us could you be your first step toward a future career as a key source of hires into our full-time Graduate Programme.

The scale and diversity of our business means we offer a wide range of opportunities, to suit talented individuals with a similarly diverse mix of skills, interests and study backgrounds. Whichever area of the Bank you join, you’ll benefit from the expertise of our talented team and gain unique insights into our industry and to your chosen field.

Apply Now

If you’re a penultimate year student, graduating in 2017, we invite you to apply for our Internship Programme opportunities in the following Deutsche Bank business divisions:

  • Corporate Banking & Securities: Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Banking & Securities: Global Markets
  • Group Technology & Operations: Technology

Start a career with a difference at db.com/careers

 

Deutsche Bank Internship applications close Thursday, 7th July 2016 for Melbourne and Thursday, 21st July 2016 for Sydney

Credit Suisse Summer Internship 2016/17

Apply now for Credit Suisse Summer Internship Programs in Sydney and Melbourne

The Summer Analyst Program is a 12-week program in Sydney and Melbourne for penultimate year students that provides outstanding exposure to the financial services industry. Positions are available within Investment Banking and Capital Markets, Equities and Private Banking departments. Apply before July 7 noon for Melbourne positions and July 21 noon for Sydney, to join us in this exciting and growing region.

Apply here

Citi Summer Internship 2016/17

Citi – Your Place is Here

We’ve built our foundation on over 200 years of continuously evolving consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, as well as private banking and wealth management.  Today, our influence continues to grow, doing business in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions for approximately 200 million customer accounts.   Our clients are among the leading names in industry, governments large and small, and globally-minded consumers.  Our employees work across every time zone and frontier of an ever-changing, and ever-challenging, global financial landscape.

Why should a student work here?

World class training and development – We believe that employee development is the springboard to our future success. As a Citi employee, you will have access to some of the best training programs offered by any financial services institution in the world. Citi graduates are offered the opportunity to go to New York or London as part of their first year training.

Global exposure – Citi’s expansive business means global opportunities and global mobility for many.  Regardless of location, you will collaborate with Citi employees all over the world.

Challenge, innovation and autonomy – whether you are a graduate or an intern, you can expect real work to do. We expect you to take ownership and responsibility and in return will give you autonomy in your role and your career development.
Our people– Our talent is Citi’s greatest asset.  We are proud to have leaders in the industry who dedicate their time and effort to mentoring new talent. We encourage you to attend Citi presentations and events so you can meet our people and experience the Citi culture for yourself.

Recruitment information

Summer internship and graduate vacancies open at the end of February on our global campus website www.oncampus.citi.com

In order to be eligible for any of our programs, you need to be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.

Applications will only be accepted online via  www.oncampus.citi.com and must include the following:

  • Cover letter
  • Curriculum Vitae (resume) with summary WAM
  • Most recent academic transcript

Calendar Information

Summer internship application deadline:

  • Melbourne: noon Thursday 7th July 2016
  • Sydney: noon Thursday 21st July 2016

 

For more information, please click on the brochure below:

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