Internships

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Your internship at ING

An internship at ING is the ideal opportunity to meet a wide variety of people, start to build up your own network, and learn about many different aspects of business.

Every year, more than 500 students from secondary vocational/higher education (HBO and WO level) join ING on an internship, either working within one of the many departments or conducting research for their graduation project. While there are of course no guarantees, in practice many former ING interns subsequently move into a starter’s role at ING or onto the ING International Talent Programme (traineeship). Whatever happens, an internship at ING is the ideal opportunity to meet a wide variety of people, start to build up your own network, and learn about many different aspects of business – which all adds up to a great start for the rest of your career!

Do a lot, learn a lot

Within an organisation as large as ING, you’ll do a lot and learn a lot – not only about your specialist area and the bank’s various activities, but also about yourself and whether you enjoy working for such a big company. You’ll really benefit from such insights in the future, whether you decide to continue studying or start looking for your first job. Read about Sebastiaan experiences as an intern at ING.

Internships for a wide range of study programmes

Students in secondary vocational/higher education (HBO and WO level) are assured of a warm welcome as interns at ING. Your attitude, your enthusiasm and your personality are just as important as your study programme. So whether you’re studying economics, IT, philosophy or art history, as long as you show the right amount of eagerness and dedication, we’ll be happy to offer you a suitable internship.

Meet ING

You’re likely to come across ING at Dutch universities on various occasions, such as at career fairs or as guest lecturers, and these are perfect opportunities for us to tell you more about internship opportunities in person. You can also find more details under ‘FAQs’ and in the description accompanying the vacancy for each individual internship.

Applying for an internship

If you’re interested in becoming an intern at ING and you have the drive to make your internship a success, you can find an overview of available internships. You can apply for an internship directly online. Simply click on the ‘Apply now’ button, create an account and upload your CV and motivational cover letter. We’ll do our best to reply to you within two weeks of receiving your application. Assuming our response is positive, the next step is an interview with someone from ING.

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    Wouter van Eck Intern within Corporate Clients

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