Bachelor of financial management and services

Every year we look for candidates for internships starting in August. On these pages we have gathered information about the internship and your further career with us.

We look for interns with a view to permanent employment – if we’re the right match for each other.

Internship – personal or corporate

As a bachelor of financial management and services you can do your internship at a branch for personal or corporate customers or at one of our agricultural centres. Here you will have the opportunity to participate in the everyday work tasks of personal banking advisers, relationship managers or agribusiness advisers.

No matter which path you choose, you will experience busy and exciting working days where you learn more about how an adviser works. You will participate in customer meetings as well as in the preparation and follow-up on the meetings. This is where you get to use the tools you’ve learnt during your studies in practice – and we will of course be there to help you.

You will meet the customers when they need help or advice on their banking business. You will learn about how to identify customer needs and provide advice on Nordea’s products in the areas of housing, pensions, investment and credit processing.

During your internship you will also get inspiration and sparring on your bachelor project.

We expect you to be proactive and take responsibility for your own development. If you’re the right candidate, you will experience an internship and subsequent student job and trainee programme with lots of responsibility.

During the internship we expect you to:

  • try out a busy everyday work life at a branch office for personal or corporate customers
  • become part of our team – and live our values
  • translate theory into practice
  • test your ability in terms of the competencies that we need our future advisers to have
  • assume responsibility to the extent that you’re willing and able
  • decide whether we’re a match – and we will do the same.

A mentor will be assigned to you during the internship and you will find that great emphasis is placed on feedback and your development. In addition, you will participate in a joint intro day with other interns and have the opportunity for sparring in connection with your bachelor project.

Business areas you could join as an Intern

We’re looking for bachelor of financial management and services interns nationwide in Denmark for our branch offices for personal, corporate or agribusiness customers – so you have many options!

When uploading your application, you will be able to prioritise the geographical areas where you wish to be considered.

Steps of the bachelor programme

1. Student, 2 years

2. Internship, 5 months

3. Main project and student job, 12 months

4. Trainee, 12 months

5. First job, individual

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Career opportunities after the internship

Student job

After five months’ internship you return to your studies to complete your education and write your bachelor project.

At the same time, we continue our cooperation and you will remain a part of our team. We will build on your competencies and equip you to start on the adviser career path after you've graduated – if this is still the right choice for both you and us.

Trainee programme

The purpose is for you to:

  • build on your competencies
  • gain more practical experience with customer service and sales  
  • prove your ability to use new knowledge in your day-to-day contact with customers
  • take initiative and responsibility.

The first job after the trainee programme

A world of opportunities ... At this point you’ve opened the door to your career. Now you have to step over the threshold and find your own way.

Your first job will often be as a personal banking adviser or relationship manager. But no matter where you’re employed, your working days will revolve around people. We team up to create value for our customers. We help them reach their goals and realise their dreams. When the customers reach their goals, we reach ours.


Internship application tips

  • Explain why you want to become an intern at Nordea.
  • Be clear and concise and focus on what you’re good at. We receive a lot of applications, so it’s important that your message is clear.
  • Attach a CV with a chronological description of your education, previous jobs etc.
  • Attach your end-of-term grades from the programme in financial management and services and exam grades from your most recently completed education (higher commercial examination (HHX), upper secondary certificate (studentereksamen) or similar).
  • Attach recommendations, if any, from relevant jobs.
  • When you upload your application, it’s important that you prioritise the geographical areas that you’re interested in.

Please also tell us whether you’re interested in an internship as a relationship manager, personal banking adviser or both.