Achieve your ambitions
HSBC is one of the world’s leading international banks. Whether you are looking for a first job or taking the next step in your career, we offer many ways for you to realise your ambitions. Come and work with us and you'll have opportunities to make connections all over the world and help build the bank for the future.
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Our business areas and teams
We serve our customers through our global businesses, which are supported by our operational and functional teams. You will have many ways to develop your career.
Students and graduates
We offer a range of opportunities for students and graduates, from work experience and apprenticeships to global internships, graduate programmes, and entry-level positions.
Where we hire
Discover all the locations around the world where we recruit people – and the teams and specialist areas where we are hiring as a priority.
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Application hints and tips
Applying for a job at HSBC can involve several stages. Knowing what to expect and how to prepare can help you through the process.
Life at HSBC
We aim to create a supportive and inclusive environment where everyone can achieve their potential, regardless of their background.
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Our events provide an insight into the range of career opportunities at HSBC.
HSBC in two minutes
We support businesses to trade and grow and help people to manage their money. Watch this short animation to find out more about us.
Investing in a sustainable recovery
Group Chief Executive Noel Quinn says the aftermath of COVID-19 offers an opportunity to build a more resilient and just economy.
A new digital currency for China
Centrally issued digital currencies could make payments safer and more efficient, explains HSBC’s Paul Mackel.
Why investment needs to carry growth
With trade languishing and consumers more withdrawn, investment must play a bigger role in driving the recovery after COVID-19.