entry options

How to get started? There are plenty of entry options at RBI. It all depends on where you are now in your working life.

graduates and students

entry options


An internship at RBI opens numerous doors for students at universities or universities of applied sciences. Internships always begin in March and September and last for six months. There are multiple deployment options, from retail banking to investor relations or IT.

part-time work for students

We offer an ideal way for you to gain work experience while studying. Part-time job working hours range from 8 to 25 hours per week and are available in a variety of areas. To mention just a few examples, you can support our teams in research, with market analyses or in preparing presentations.

Life as a student at RBI: Daniel

Life as a student at RBI: Benedikta

Life as a student at RBI: Omar

trainee programme

Once you have completed your studies, why not broaden your horizons with our 14-month Corporate Banking trainee programme at RBI? Alongside certain core departments, you also get to choose some of the areas in which you work. To finish off, you can look forward to a month-long international assignment at a bank within the RBI network in CEE. By the way: For the third time in a row, we won the TraineeNet 'excellent trainee programme' award.

TraineeNet Award 2019/20

junior position

You have gained initial work experience by completing internships and are now looking for a challenging job in the financial sector? You've come to the right place. Junior positions are typical entry-level options at RBI. 


Have you already acquired several years of work experience in the financial industry? If so, you won't need to start over when joining us. You can instead take the next step on your career ladder. Whether you're looking for a specialist or management career, as a professional you have a whole range of options open to you.