Healthy economies need strong banks to drive economic and social progress. Barclays’ Shared Growth Ambition is simple. When our customers and clients thrive, so do we. When the communities we work in thrive, so do we. Interns and graduates here have the opportunity to contribute something vital. Something momentous.
With home markets in the UK and US, Barclays is a transatlantic consumer, corporate and investment bank offering products and services across personal, corporate and investment banking, credit cards and wealth management.
With over 325 years of expertise in banking, Barclays operates in over 40 countries, employing around 85,000 people to help move, lend, invest and protect money for customers and clients worldwide.
Barclays was the first bank to appoint a female bank manager, introduce ATMs, and launch credit cards and contactless payment. From the products and services we develop to the partnerships we build, we seek to improve lives and drive growth that benefits everyone.
Barclays offers a wealth of opportunities for students from all degree disciplines. All they need is a commercial outlook, curious nature, and the ambition to help Barclays become the best bank it can be. In a positive, supportive environment, graduates will have the freedom to create smarter solutions every day.
I've learnt a great amount of technical skills throughout the internship, I also place great value in the relationships and social skills I've acquired - those will serve me throughout my life...
My time at Barclays was fun and enjoyable as I learnt a lot while doing my work experience. The staff there were really nice and embraced me as if I was an actual employee. I observed cashiers, perso...
Barclays was an excellent place to apply and develop the skills I gained through my masters in finance. I thoroughly enjoyed the rotation schemes and the flexibility to accommodate rotating through di...
Internship (1-4 Months)
I have learnt so much from this 9-week experience. I have understood how reports are prepared in the practice and the differences from what I have learnt at the university. I have also improved my excel skills by using different functions such as piv