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Diversity and inclusion are not just feel-good corporate buzz words. Our global workforce is already diverse in many ways, and we consider this a competitive strength. At the same time, we want to further increase our diversity and ensure an inclusive workplace, because both are key to achieving our goals.
Diversity and inclusion are not just feel-good corporate buzz words. Our global workforce is already diverse in many ways, and we consider this a competitive strength.
At the same time, we want to further increase our diversity and ensure an inclusive workplace, because both are key to achieving our goals.
Our employee networks are inclusive groups which are open to everyone at UBS, representing diverse elements such as gender, culture, mental health, life stage and sexual orientation.
Read more about our networks here: https://www.ubs.com/global/en/about_ubs/about_us/diversity/employee-networks.html
To raise awareness of disabilities and strengthen their understanding, some of UBS’ senior leaders volunteered to get a glimpse of what it could be like to work with a physical impairment. As an inclusive employer, they are committed to supporting their people, whatever comes their way. Watch the video below:
Our 3 UBS behaviours are what we stand for
Our 3 UBS behaviours are what we stand for
As a company, we’ve got a lot going for us. We are a truly global firm with a superior client franchise and highly motivated employees who deliver consistently great service to clients. What’s the key to our success?
We work hard to hire very talented people, help them grow, and empower them to use their unique skills to build our businesses. And, our employees know they can build interesting careers here, thanks to our dynamic culture, global reach and a host of opportunities. Find out more about our employees here.
Find available internships
Want to check us out while launching your career? Our internships cover a wide range of activities across our business divisions.
Each program varies slightly, but all are designed to prepare you for our full time Graduate Talent Program (if you are accepted).
Applications are accepted from September through December. To apply, you should be in your penultimate year of study, have a minimum 2:1 or equivalent in your first undergraduate degree (or be on track for this).
Explore the three different programs below to see which is best for you.
We offer summer internships in three different business divisions and they all start in late June.
We offer nine-week Investment Bank internships that take place at various times throughout the year. As part of our Corporate Client Solutions (CCS) team, you’ll provide coverage, advisory, capital markets and financing solutions for corporate, financial institutions and sponsor clients
We offer 12 to 14 month industrial placements as part of your degree requirement that begin in July. Gain an insight into the world of investment banking!
Look out for our new apprenticeships in Wealth Management, Operations, Technology and Compliance & Operational Risk.
Find available graduate jobs
Graduate Talent Programs
Our Graduate Talent Program (GTP) offers opportunities to kick off your career in our Investment Bank, Corporate Center or Asset Management.
Over the course of 18 to 24 months, not only will you learn more about us, you’ll also build your network, develop your skills and experience our collaborative culture. While you’re working alongside our experts, you’ll be mentored and treated as a valued member of our team.
We encourage all candidates to reach out to us for advice and support during the recruitment process.
Inform us early in the recruitment process if you require any adjustments.
Promote your skills
Don’t be shy! Document all your strengths and skills on your application form.
Got a question? Don’t be afraid to ask us to ask us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We evaluate each candidate against seven “core competencies”. We see these core competencies as essential building-blocks for success at UBS. Here are three of them:
Judgement & decision making
Are you able to select and use information to make sound and balanced choices?
Can you evaluate the risks of alternative options and make decisions in the face of ambiguity or incomplete information?
Can you generate new ideas and creative approaches?
Do you have an appetite for continuous learning and acquiring new skills?
Drive and commitment
Do you have the determination, drive and enthusiasm to deliver results?
Are you able to overcome barriers, respond positively to failure and learn from criticism?
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We’re committed to giving every candidate equal opportunities. If you require any adjustments please contact email@example.com
We will adapt any or all parts of the recruitment process to accommodate any requirements, and our London office is fully accessible for wheelchair users, including accessible parking and toilet facilities.
Extra time can be provided at all stages of the recruitment process if required
E.g. an interpreter can be provided during the recruitment process; or the provision of a laptop or dictaphone.
Our London office is fully accessible for wheelchair users, including accessible parking and toilet facilities.
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