The summer analyst role is for candidates currently pursuing a college or university degree and is usually undertaken during the second or penultimate year of study. This is a ten-week program, offered by many of our offices in the EMEA region, designed to fully immerse you in the day-to-day activities of one of our divisions.
Programs in Europe, Middle East and Africa
Learn more about the programs we offer below, or if you already know which program is right for you, click ‘apply now’ to start your application.
The summer associate role is for candidates currently working towards an advanced degree such as MBA, JD, PhD, MD or LLM and is usually undertaken during the second or penultimate year of study. This is a ten-week program with real responsibilities to give you a sense of what you would be doing, day-to-day, as a full-time Goldman Sachs employee.
This program is suited for first-year students on a three-year course and second-year students on a four-year course. This two-week program will give you experiences in a wide range of financial services. After you complete this program you can explore our longer internship opportunities.
This program is suited for students, often in the third year of a four year course, interested in a one-year long industry internship as part of their degree. This program is available in Operations, Finance, Services, Internal Audit and Human Capital Management divisions in one of our many offices, including: London, Frankfurt, Paris, Zurich, and Moscow.
This program is suited for students from any academic discipline who are looking to secure a 3-6 month internship as a part of their degree. Whether you have thought about a career in the financial services industry or not, an internship is a great opportunity for you to understand more about what we do, be challenged in this dynamic, diverse and creative environment.
Our New Analyst Program is open to final year undergraduate and graduate level students from any field of study and is ideally suited to those with little or no work experience. As a new analyst you will learn a great deal about the firm and how we do business. You will be working directly with internal and external clients, side-by-side with the experts in our firm.
Our new associates typically have two to five years of work experience and an advanced degree such as an MBA, JD, PhD, MD or LLM. As a new associate, you will develop product-specific skills and interact closely with senior professionals and clients.