Join the European Investment Banks (EIB) graduate programme

Join the European Investment Bank's (EIB) graduate programme

The European Investment Bank (EIB) graduate programme provides a tremendous start to a career.

Students who have obtained a University degree and have less than two years of work experience (excluding internships), are welcome to apply for the EIB graduate programme.

Gain valuable professional experience

Join the EIB and develop important skills while gaining valuable professional experience working at an EU bank.

Through the EIB's GRAD (Graduate Recruitment and Development) assignment opportunities, participants will work with, and learn from, seasoned professionals.

As a member of the team, participants experience first-hand the Bank's inclusive multicultural work environment.

A bespoke, job-specific training programme

And because the Bank takes great care in the personal and professional development of participants, a bespoke and job-specific training programme is put together for each graduate.

For the duration of the contract (typically 1-2 years, extendable up to 4 years), graduates are assigned in a junior role within a specific business area where they will apply their skills and knowledge to contribute to the team’s mission, growing in experience and responsibility each day.

During the assignment, graduates are a fully-fledged EIB employee and have access to all eligible and associated benefits available to the Bank's staff members.

As these assignment opportunities are related to specific teams within the EIB, graduates need to refer to each separate section of the Bank's careers website pages for the requirements specific to each individual opportunity.

Keen to learn more about the EIB's graduate opportunities?

Develop useful career skills while gaining valuable professional experience.

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