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Apr 2021
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Demystifying HSBC Technology - Black Heritage Students’ Three-Day Insight Programme

HSBC’s culture is founded on the values that have led us to become the successful organisation we are today. Open, dependable and connected; our success is down to our people embodying our values and we truly believe that everyone should be empowered to bring their true selves to work.

This is a unique opportunity for first-year university students who are interested in learning about a career in HSBC Technology in the UK. Through this virtual three-day insight programme, you will hear from and engage with senior leaders and recent graduate hires of various backgrounds in HSBC Technology who will share their experience and insights on how they will help to develop technologies that will improve the way we serve our customers and transform one of the world’s leading international banks. You will also have the opportunity to find out more about our HSBC Technology Graduate Programme in the UK, as well as some useful tips and insights into our strengths-based selection process.

This event is open to all first year students with a keen interest in technology and of any degree background, but preferably studying technology-related modules such as computer science, engineering or mathematics. Please note that registration to attend this event is mandatory and places are limited so early registration would be recommended. Please register by 16:00 GMT on Thursday 25 February 2021.

This programme is primarily aimed at first-year students of Black Heritage seeking an insight into a career in HSBC Technology. By Black Heritage, we mean students who might identify as Black, African, Caribbean, Black British or Mixed/Multiple ethnic groups: White and Black Caribbean, White and Black African.

You will have obtained at least 300 UCAS points pre-September 2017 and 120 post September 2017 in accordance with UCAS Tariff changes across your top three A-Levels or equivalent, excluding General Studies (AS Levels and GCSEs are not considered).

To find out more about HSBC and the range of insight programmes we offer, please visit: www.hsbc.com/earlycareers

Unfortunately the session will not be recorded so we cannot circulate it after it has taken place.
We encourage you to apply for this programme as soon as possible as we recruit on a rolling basis and may close applications before the advertised deadline if all places are filled.

Venue:

Virtual, hosted in London

Time:

3 days, April 2021