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Want to fuel both sides of your brain with real work and real opportunities that have real impact? An internship in Risk in Bank of Ireland is what a real Internship should be. It is the step between college and work. Bank of Ireland's Risk Analytics Internship programme provides a valuable mix of training, mentoring, and skills development. Our Internship will provide you with a real insight into Risk Analytics which will hopefully confirm your ambition to pursue a full-time career with Bank of Ireland.

Successful applicants are afforded opportunity to contribute to real business projects while developing credit risk knowledge, analytics experience and management skills through a comprehensive training programme. You will engage with a wide range of functions across the Bank while analysing data, preparing reports, uncovering insights and building models.

The programme is open all year round with a view to creating a talent pipeline to fill temporary and permanent analytical vacancies as they arise. We are very interested in applications from both current undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as graduates who are interested in pursuing a career in analytics.

Applications are welcome from mathematics, statistics, engineering and physics programmes; plus business, finance and IT students with an aptitude for numbers!

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 "It never really felt like I was the intern. I was never asked to make the coffees or the teas, or to do the photocopying"

Vicki McAvinue - Previously Group Risk Intern, now Risk Analyst with Bank of Ireland