- Questions & Answers
If you would like to join us for a voluntary internship, you should plan for three to a maximum of six months. For mandatory internships as part of your degree programme, the duration depends on the requirements of the respective examination regulations.
Yes, you can apply for an orientation internship at Deutsche Börse Group, if you are in your gap year or have your degree, which may not be longer than 6 months ago. If you have completed your highschool diploma, you can also do an orientation internship, provided that your graduation was no longer than 3 months ago.
The remuneration for your internship depends on the country of your internship and whether it is mandatory or voluntary.
In Germany, students receive a lunch allowance of €7.10 per day for our bistro and canteen as well as free drinks. In addition, students receive access to our corporate benefits platform with discounts on many products and services.
Under our part-time agreements, students may work a minimum of 5 hours and a maximum of 19 hours per week. The respective work hours are stated in the job description.
Yes, the programme starting on 1 October has an application deadline on 5 July; the application deadline for the programme starting on 1 April is 17 January.
Ideally, you should submit your application documents two to three months before the desired entry date.
Our contracts run for a maximum of 12 months, after which the contract can be extended.
The regular working time during your internship at Deutsche Börse is 39 hours per week.