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  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees
  • Banking & financial services

Our Graduate Program is designed to challenge and reward you.

Be part of building communities, providing people with opportunity and transforming ideas into reality.

We’re interested in people with diverse backgrounds, who want to join a bank that’s reinventing itself to address society’s challenges, raise standards in banking and create opportunities for future generations.

No matter where your career takes you, our Graduate Program will provide you with the foundation needed to grow and succeed.

If you’re motivated by creating social good, join us.

Broaden your horizons

Each of our key business areas in Australia and New Zealand has programs that offer multiple rotations.

You will get 18-24 months of valuable experiences across our businesses including exposure to a diverse range of people, environments and situations. We also provide supportive coaching, peer-to-peer learning, mentoring, training, networking and sponsorship from senior leaders.

Each program has a different focus. Join our Technology program and you might be helping out on the architecture or cyber security. In Australia Division, your focus could be on banking, lending and investments. We also have Finance, Agribusiness, Institutional and New Zealand Graduate Program streams.

Who can join the Graduate Program?

Diversity of thinking is one of the keys to success, so we encourage students from all degree disciplines to apply for our program.

Your university grades aren’t the be-all and end-all. We’re equally interested in your creative thinking and comfort in adapting to new people and situations.

To be eligible for our Graduate Program, when submitting your application you should be:

  • a citizen of, or hold permanent residency in, Australia or New Zealand;
  • in your final year of university studies (bachelor degree or higher); or
  • you have graduated in the last three years.


  • Auckland, Wellington
Business & Management
Creative Arts
Engineering & Mathematics
Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
IT & Computer Science
Law, Legal Studies & Justice
Medical & Health Sciences
Property & Built Environment
Teaching & Education