Undergraduate internship

Take a break and acquire work experience

Have you been studying for at least four semesters and are you eager to put your knowledge into practice? We can quench your thirst for action: set your studies aside for a semester and acquire some initial work experience with us.

Start your career with a undergraduate internship

Had your fill of studying? Do you finally want to gain professional experience? Then an undergraduate internship at PostFinance is exactly what you’re looking for. You can expect six exciting months during which you will get an in-depth insight into one of Switzerland’s biggest banks. You’ll need to give it your all, but you can make a big difference in return. We’ll bring you together with your colleagues in the field of university admissions – to ensure that the fun factor is not neglected.

  • Here’s what you need to know about undergraduate internships:  

    Six months
    Usually February and August
    CHF 50,000 per year

    Additional benefits

    • Free half-fare travelcard or discounted GA travelcard
    • Numerous preferential offers for Swiss Post staff
    Application period
    April 2020
  • We offer internship positions in the following areas:

    • Communication
    • Innovation
    • HR Marketing
    • Employee & Organizational Development
    • Market Research
    • Procurement
    • Legal & Compliance
    • Information Technology
    • Risk Management
  • Then feel free to send us an e-mail.

    Please note that we cannot consider unsolicited applications sent in this way.

    E-mail university admissions

First-hand accounts – our undergraduate interns talk about their job

  • “I’ve always been interested in innovation. That’s why an undergraduate internship in the innovation team was perfect for me. I was given the opportunity to provide support for two projects and help to bring them before various committees. I’ve never been treated as an ‘intern’ – I was a full member of the team from the outset, and I was given a lot of responsibility. I’m now pursuing other exciting projects in the digital sphere as a junior project manager – it’s just brilliant, and a sign that you can get ahead here.” 

  • “I really appreciate being given a lot of responsibility as an undergraduate intern: I can manage projects independently, contribute my ideas and offer new perspectives. I’m appreciated by my colleagues in any event, and we cultivate friendly working relations within the team. The internship has given me a broad insight into practical work. I also now know where I want to go with my studies and the sector that interests me.”

Interested? You can find entry-level vacancies here

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