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HSBC to provide skills development opportunity for students

  • Published at 05:21 pm October 24th, 2021
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The program will provide hands-on experience to the students by enabling them to take on real and challenging responsibilities at the bank

The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation has launched its student work placement program – providing final year university students and fresh graduates with a paid opportunity to learn more about a career in banking and financial services.

HSBC’s student work placement program will provide hands-on experience to the students by enabling them to take on real and challenging responsibilities at the bank, said a press release.

Students will be able to sharpen their professional and personal skills through mentorship and access to the bank’s curated global learning platforms.

In addition, the program will also open gateways for students to be considered as a part of HSBC’s talent pool for future vacancies.

Every year the program will run in two cohorts respectively from January to June and July to December.

Applications for January 2022 intake are currently being accepted and students can apply on LinkedIn’s HSBC Page under the “Jobs” section.

To be considered, applicants will need to be an undergraduate student from any degree discipline graduating by December 2021 or have completed graduation in June 2021 or later.

The applicants will also have to go through a series of rigorous assessment including a culture-fit test and interviews before they are selected for the program.

Nazika M Imam, head of human resources and employee relations, HSBC Bangladesh, said: “We are committed to make today’s youth career-ready in their future endeavours and excited to welcome the brightest talents to create real impact and shape the bank of tomorrow.”

HSBC organized a webinar for interested candidates on October 21.

During the webinar, Kevin Green, country head of wholesale banking, HSBC Bangladesh, Ahmed Saiful Islam, country head of wealth and personal banking, HSBC Bangladesh and Nazika M Imam, head of HR and employee relations, HSBC Bangladesh, elaborated about the program and delved deeper on the career prospects for fresh graduates at HSBC.

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