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Apprentices

Union Bancaire Privée is one of a handful of banks in Switzerland that has a dedicated apprenticeship programme. UBP seeks out highly motivated, proactive candidates, who are interested in the banking sector and who are able to work independently.


Working in the different departments within UBP enables you to gain an overview of banking and to learn valuable skills.

Skills

It is its employees’ skills that contribute to the growth of a business. We will give you the tools, knowledge and training to succeed in the banking world and beyond. UBP is a leading bank for training apprentices, and has an impressive record when it comes to them completing their training.

Selection criteria

Apprentices are selected after careful consideration of applications followed by a one-to-one interview with a member of our Human Resources team. Our banking apprenticeships begin in August each year.

Application

The application should contain the following:

  • Curriculum vitae;
  • Covering letter;
  • The three most recent secondary school reports (or equivalent);
  • A work or work experience certificate/confirmation;
  • Photocopies of your qualifications;
  • Results of any tests taken (e.g. Multicheck).

You can also contact the Geneva Office for Professional and Life-Long Training Advice (l’Office pour l’orientation, la formation professionnelle et continue) for any advice about apprenticeships: https://www.ge.ch/ofpc.

Contact

Do not hesitate to send us your application to this address:

UNION BANCAIRE PRIVEE, UBP SA
Human Resources
96-98, rue du Rhône
1211 Geneva 1, Switzerland

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