Paid internships at SberbankApply
Sberbank is a mix of constant motion, ambitious tasks, and highly-qualified teams. Take an internship in spring or autumn. As an intern, you will contribute to the creation of real-life business tools and tackle innovative tasks. Sberseasons is a great opportunity to hone your professional skills and to learn from top-notch experts.
Combine the internship with your studies, get a competitive salary, and start building your career!
Take an internship in Moscow or one of the following Russian cities: St. Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Samara, or Voronezh.
Sberseasons Internships are the perfect start for your career
work with studies during
a 3-to-6-month internship
while working on real-life projects
to 30,000 roubles a month
by the scale of action
Realise your potential in one of these fields
You will participate in the optimisation and robotic automation (RPA) of business processes — for instance, developing unified online communication channels for the Retail business.
Development-related VBA skills are important.
Voronezh, Yekaterinburg, Nizhny Novgorod, and Samara.
- SQL analytics
Your responsibilities will include working with big data: consolidation, analysis, report generation, developing technical assignments for developers (for instance, implementation of an automatic dispatcher or improvement of defect processing performance).
It is crucial to know complex SQL queries and Excel macros creation. Presentation design skills are a plus.
Voronezh and Yekaterinburg
- SQL development
You will participate in the development of data storage and processing systems and optimisation of processes and systems (for instance, development of Corporate Block information services).
Requirements: basic knowledge of OOP and principles of database organisation and design, profound knowledge of SQL and VBA Macros in Excel.
Yekaterinburg and Samara.
- Data science
Depending on the department, your responsibilities may include the development of new algorithms for the intelligent control system, data mapping and deep neural network training for road markings, application of machine-learning principles to video analysis, and working with smart data recognition systems.
Different projects require different skillsets, including Python, SQL, and basics of data science, machine learning, text mining, NLP, and deep learning.
Voronezh, Yekaterinburg, St. Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod, and Novosibirsk
We accept applications from
pursuing a Bachelor’s or Specialist’s degree (3rd year or higher) and on-campus students pursuing a Master’s degree
With extensive knowledge
in the selected field
for ambitious, interesting tasks
Your future mentors are Sberbank's leading experts
Leader of the Digital Corporate Banking Tribe
Yevgeny heads the flagship division that develops digital channels for corporate clients. His team’s objectives include the transformation of Sberbank Business Online into an innovative, client-oriented bank of the new generation, the development of a family of mobile apps, and round-the-clock technical support of the entire bank.
The efforts of Yevgeny’s team have been recognised by prestigious international and domestic industry awards, including the Red Dot Award. The results of 2016 earned him a place among Sberbank’s Top 30 Project Managers.
Head of Segment Management and Customer Experience Modernisation
Alexei heads CVM-Lab — our first innovative lab focused on the enhancement of the corporate client experience. The lab develops communication cards that address the interaction between the Bank’s staff and our clients, explores pricing, reselling, and service design, and creates knowledge bases and smart assistants. CVM-Lab has received a Certificate of Recognition “For Innovation Design and Outside-the-Box Thinking” from the Corporate Clients 360 Division.
Head of Lending and Project Financing Department
Yaroslav oversees the lending activities of medium and large Siberian enterprises and manages a team that scouts for large and unconventional projects of regular businesses and regional government agencies and assesses their financing opportunities. The team’s portfolio includes financing of coal mines, coal quarries, and in-patient clinics, construction and modernisation of industrial facilities, and PPP deals to the amount of over 150 billion roubles. Experts from his department participate in every stage of the lending process: from negotiations with the client and financial models design and analysis to deal presentation at loan committees and control over the appropriate use of the loan proceeds.
Here are a few testimonials from the participants of previous Sberseasons Internships
Data Science Intern, post-graduate student at Higher School of Economics
For me, Sberseasons was not only about how things work at the Data Science Department. My supervisors told me a lot about the work of other departments and the company’s structure. We had access to the virtual library, and heads of other departments often came to our lectures and training sessions to win us over to their teams. I think it is the right strategy because you need to know a little about everything to choose what’s yours.
Cybersecurity Intern, student of HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics
The internship gave me a better understanding of working with big data and its analysis. I also learned how the bank works on the inside. We were given tours of various facilities and departments with limited access so that we could see how things work. Now, whenever I come to Sberbank as a customer, I understand the architecture of processes.
Sberseasons Candidate Selection Process
March 5 —
application submission deadline
March 11 —
March 18 —
applications processing deadline
March 20–29 —
face-to-face interview with HR and the hiring manager
start of the internship
F. A. Q. (frequently asked questions)
- I have applied for a programme but have not received a reply yet.
Applications undergo rigorous selection, which may take some time. Here are the approximate dates for the final of each stage in Moscow and other constituents: March 3 — test deadline; March 18 — CV screening deadline; March 27 — face-to-face interview deadline. Exact dates may vary from region to region. If you were not invited to the interview within the period indicated on the website, it means you have been placed on the reserve list. Do not give up and try again another time.
- I cannot make it to a face-to-face interview. Any chance we could do it remotely?
Unfortunately, this is not an option. We suggest that you apply in your city of residence or make sure in advance that you can come to the interview.
- Can I combine the internship with my studies?
Sure thing! Keep in mind that the internship requires at least 20 hours a week. Make sure you can allocate your time accordingly. After the Sberseasons Internships, the Bank will keep on the best interns as part- or full-time employee
- Where does the internship take place?
In Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Voronezh, and Samara. Please keep in mind that available fields vary from city to city.
- What is the test procedure?
The test will cover several fields. You will receive further information after we have collected all the internship applications.
- How many fields can I apply for?
We recommend that you think of a professional area where you would most like to develop and apply for a single field.
If you are certain you want to apply for multiple intern positions, you will need to fill out each application in as much detail as possible.
- Is the internship paid?
Yes, it is. The salary depends on the amount of working hours per week. For instance, with a maximum workload of 40 hours per week, your monthly income will be about 40,000 roubles before tax.
- I am a recent graduate. Can I apply for a Sberseasons Internship?
No, you can’t. It is crucial that you are an on-campus student who meets all the requirements. You can browse our vacancies for graduates here.
- I am a correspondence course student. Can I participate?
Unfortunately, we are only prepared to offer internships to on-campus students.
- I have submitted my application, but I saw that it read "preliminary registration." What do I do?
After applying on the website, you will get an email with a link to complete the registration. In the questionnaire, make sure to provide as much information as possible.
This will increase your chances of being selected for the next stage.
If you have not received an email about the next stage, do not hesitate to email us at email@example.com.
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