Great things happen when you bring different perspectives together. This is why at CommBank, we’re looking for the best and brightest minds, across every degree. We know that sometimes your degree isn’t the end of the journey, and that for a lot of people what you study isn’t necessarily what you end up doing. That’s an unlikely match.
We are continuously expanding our capabilities, therefore we need to make sure we are recruiting students with skills across all disciplines to adjust to an ever changing environment. As Australia’s largest bank, we have a great footprint with graduates and interns, and are seen as a true employer of choice.
At CommBank, our Graduate and Summer Intern programs are a challenging and rewarding way to kick-start your career.
What can you expect as a Graduate or Summer Intern?
- Shine: Contribute from day one by working on real projects that impact our business and our customers, within Australia’s largest bank.
- Develop: Participate in market-leading training to develop your technical and soft skills. This will help with the transition to full-time work from university and ensure you excel in your immediate and future roles.
- Network: Build networks and friendships through unparalleled access to senior leaders, project leads and program sponsors, enhancing your personal and business profile.
- Contribute: Give back to the community through graduate initiatives, driving positive change across our organisation and improving the wellbeing of our graduate cohort.
Graduates start with us in February, but the length of your program can vary. Being such a large and diverse business, we have a vast range of opportunities for you to take hold of. Throughout your first year we provide loads of support to help you to maximize your experience. We help you identify your individual focus areas, and provide you with tailored development sessions on-demand or in person. Our full graduate cohort come together for first in class development events to enhance your capabilities even further. Along the way you’ll be supported through countless opportunities to learn, grow and showcase your talent within a structured, fast-paced and engaging program.
Our 10-week Summer Intern program gives you a taste of what it’s like to work with Australia’s best bank. You’ll be given full support and training to help you decide if we’re the right fit for you. At the end of the Program you’ll also have the opportunity to apply early for our Graduate Program for the following year.
You must have Australian/New Zealand citizenship or Australian permanent residency at the time that you submit your application.
Minimum credit average
To be considered you’ll need a minimum of 65% grade point average.
To be eligible, you must be in the final year of a university undergraduate or postgraduate degree or have completed your university studies in the last 12 months.
Summer Intern applications
To be eligible, you must be in the penultimate (second last) year of a university undergraduate or postgraduate degree. You are still considered to be in the penultimate year of your studies if you only have a few subjects left to complete in first semester of the next year.
We accept applications from undergraduate or postgraduate students..
How to apply
You should apply for our Graduate and Summer Intern Programs online. If your initial application is successful, you’ll have the chance to complete some online assessments, a digital interview, and then possibly visit one of our Assessment Centres for a face-to-face meeting with our team.
Keep an eye on our website for key dates and when applications are due to open.
Roles available for Graduates
Analytics, Technology, Business & Private Banking, CommSec, Cyber Security, Digital Channels, Finance (Accounting), Human Resources, Institutional Banking & Markets, Regional and Agribusiness, Marketing, Retail Banking Services, Risk Management, Corporate Affairs and Legal.
What degrees do we accept?
All degrees are eligible and highly encouraged. Our 2018 Graduate cohort featured 160 different personalities from 58 majors, 34 universities, across 16 programs and 17 locations.