Welcome to HSBC
Hong Kong

Register to be part of our talent community to learn about our latest opportunities. We’re interested in hearing from students and graduates who are curious about the world and want to work with a diverse group of people to learn, gain experience and join us in pursuing our ambition to be the preferred international financial partner for our clients.

HSBC was founded in Hong Kong in March 1865 to finance growing trade between Europe, India and China. Today we operate in countries and territories around the world but retain a strong commitment to Hong Kong, which is one of our two home markets, and our business and operational centre for the Asia-Pacific region.

The bank is known in Cantonese as “Wayfoong”, which translates as “focus of wealth” or “abundance of remittances”.

A future for you

During an internship or graduate programme with us you’ll get the training, support and experience needed to build a successful career.

We accept students and graduates with any degree, from any background for a variety of internship and graduate programmes across all our business lines.

If you want to know more about our programmes and life at HSBC, please scroll down. Programmes are open for application at various times during the year. Join our talent community to receive latest updates on our application opening date.

Applications open

We are now accepting applications to our Global Banking & Markets internships and graduate programmes.

Internships
We offer a range of options for students who are at university in your penultimate year of your undergraduate or postgraduate course.

Work placement
The Hong Kong Student Work Placement is for students looking for work experience with a leading global bank. This is a good opportunity for students to sample life at HSBC and to be considered for our graduate programmes and full-time positions.

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Keny Yuen

Keny Yuen, Digital Accessibility Manager, makes sure our digital products and services are accessible to all our customers.

Life at HSBC

We want everyone to be at their best, so we’re promoting flexibility, collaboration, learning and wellbeing. We encourage curiosity and creativity, to seek out better ways to solve problems and make a positive impact on our customers’ experience.