Technology Graduate Programme

On this two-year graduate programme you will join our global Technology team. You will help to develop technologies that will improve the way we serve our customers and transform the world's leading international bank.

For: Final-year bachelor's, master's or postgraduate students, or recent graduates
Duration: Two years
Areas: Technology
Choose a location and apply

Overview

On this two-year graduate programme you will join our global Technology team. You will help to develop technologies that will improve the way we serve our customers and transform the world's leading international bank.

What will you do?

Throughout the two-year rotational programme you will help us find solutions to some of the biggest technology challenges in the financial services industry. You’ll work with teams to develop the technologies that enable simpler, better and faster banking for our customers, while keeping their money safe and their data secure.

You will be close to the forefront of the latest technological advancements and thinking, whilst focusing on key strategic areas such as cloud, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, data and applied innovation. Along the way, we partner you with a buddy who will be there to give you advice and share ideas, as well as a mentor to support and help guide your career throughout the programme and beyond.

You will be empowered to own and shape your career and to take full advantage of all learning opportunities on offer, including our recently launched Technology Academy, to develop core technical and leadership capabilities. You will also be encouraged to grow and develop your professional network, both within Technology and across the bank.

Who will this suit?

Successful candidates will be technologically literate, analytical, display creativity, show drive and excel at solving problems and building relationships.

We are looking for true technologists who are innovative and curious, who have a hunger for knowledge, the willingness to learn from others and who are self-motivated to solve complex problems. Ideal candidates are those who are:

  • Innovative and creative thinkers who challenge themselves and each other, push the boundaries of their thinking, learn from each other and have the confidence to explore new ideas
  • Problem-solvers who have the ability to tackle complex challenges in a structured and analytical way, using data and logic to come up with solutions
  • People and team oriented and who enjoy collaborating with colleagues and clients to achieve common goals
  • Customer minded and who understand that everything we do is aimed at improving services for our customers

What can this lead to?

Your experience on the graduate programme will equip you to develop both deep technical capabilities and core leadership skills in an international finance organisation.  Over time, we expect to see graduates from this programme progressing to become members of our Global Technology Leadership team.

Did you find this page useful?

Why didn't you find this page useful?

Thank you. We appreciate you taking the time to give us feedback.

News and insight

Children playing a game of tag rugby in an HSBC Rookie Rugby programme

Building partnerships that last

HSBC’s Leanne Cutts discusses the value of sports and cultural partnerships to the bank.

A car charging at an electric point in a rural location

Road-testing the electric dream

Why is HSBC’s Global Head of Research planning to travel across Europe in an electric car?

Breaking records in Dubai

Find out how diversity and pedal power helped HSBC employees achieve a Guinness World Record.