Digital Business Services: Women in Technology Insights Programme 2024 - Sheffield
This five-day programme will show you what working in Digital Innovation with us is like so you can determine if it’s the right career path for you.
Our Women in Technology Insights Programme is paid programme in our Sheffield office that provides insight into what a career in Digital Innovation at HSBC looks like. The programme will run from 15 – 20 April 2024. Applicants must be available to attend each day of the programme and will need to be in the UK.
What you’ll do
You’ll develop confidence in a business setting and understand more about Digital Innovation at HSBC. Through the programme’s interactive sessions, you’ll see what we mean by thinking digital-first when we develop new products and services.
You’ll work with mentors who represent the various technology teams supporting different Global Businesses and Functions, and our female colleagues will share insights from their career journeys with you. You’ll also hear from some of our Inclusion and Diversity networks and support groups.
Who you are
The programme is open to all students from any degree discipline.
You’ll need to be a first-year student studying on a three-year degree or a second-year student studying on a four-year degree. You should be on track to receive a 2:1 undergraduate degree or above in any subject.
What you’ll learn
You’ll gain insight into a career in Digital Innovation and learn about our technology teams and their personal career journeys and experiences.
You’ll be introduced to how we’re using emerging technologies to deliver digital-first banking for our customers.
Following the end of the programme, you may be invited to complete an application to attend a Virtual Experience Day and be considered for a 10-week Summer Internship the following year. Participants with the right to work in mainland China and Poland may have the option to be considered for a Summer Internship in mainland China or Poland.
This programme is for first-year undergraduates studying a three-year degree or for second-year undergraduates of a four-year degree expecting to graduate in 2026.