Challenging Internships at Rabobank
If you’ve always wanted to take a look at Rabobank from the inside, why not apply for an internship? Want to investigate how blockchain technology could improve the food value chain? Or to help our customers at a local bank become more financially self-reliant? As an intern at Rabobank you can make a difference and put what you’ve learned in college to hands-on practical use. We offer internships and graduation internships with opportunities to work as a fully-fledged member of a team and quickly take on individual responsibilities. As well as getting to know our organization, you gain experience in a professional field of your choice. Working together we help you explore your talents and even discover ones you didn’t know you had.
So if you want to:
- Do an internship or graduation internship for 3 to 6 months
- Have opportunities for personal and professional development
- Find out more about Rabobank
- Meet other interns and grow your network
Apply now to become an intern at Rabobank!
Frequently asked questions
Many internships start in September or February but if the department involved agrees, you can start at any time throughout the year.
The minimum period for an internship with us is two months. This is always subject to agreement with the department. Most internships are between three and six months long.
Yes, that is a requirement for our internships.
Yes. If an internship is a graduate internship, that will be stated in the job vacancy text.
No, we don’t. We encourage people to apply for internship vacancies which are published on our website. If there’s no suitable vacancy for you now, sign up to our job alert and stay informed of new internships.
No, that’s not necessary. Rabobank has internships available to students taking many different subjects at university and in higher vocational education (HBO). Take a close look at the internship vacancies to see which of our departments could be looking for you!
International students are very welcome at Rabobank. However, many departments within Rabobank are Dutch oriented. If you don’t speak Dutch, you can apply for any vacancies published in the English language.
Yes. Based on a 36-hour working week your gross monthly compensation would be as follows:
For students from higher vocational education (HBO): €400. For university students: €500. If you work more or less than 36 hours a week, the compensation is adjusted pro rata.
Yes, there is a travel allowance for commuting to work.
As an intern you are allocated a permanent supervisor at Rabobank. He or she works in the department where you do your internship and is your first port of call for questions. It’s easy for you to contact other colleagues as well. For instance, for help with questions about your career or personal development.