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Macquarie Group

  • #7 in Banking & financial services
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

2021 Winter Development Program

Sydney, Melbourne and Perth
We offer a three-week Winter Development Program in Macquarie Capital for science, technology, engineering and maths students, or female students from any degree discipline, in their penultimate year of study.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Internship
Salary
$AU
Start Date
1 Jul 2021

Application dates

Applications Open
17 Feb 2021
Applications Close
16 Mar 2021

Minimum requirements

Minimum Prior Qualification
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
B
Business & Management
E
Mathematics & Statistics
I
Computer Graphics & Animation
Data Science
S
Agricultural Science & Management
Chemistry
Sciences (all other)

Designed to engage female and STEM students in their penultimate year of study, the Macquarie Capital Winter Development Program is an exciting three-week paid internship providing a rare opportunity to gain valuable insights into the financial services industry.

No prior experience in finance is required; just a curiosity to learn more and an ambitious nature. At Macquarie, we appreciate the value that diverse backgrounds and thinking can bring to our business.

As part of the Winter Development Program, you will:

  • be awarded a three-week paid internship along with $5,000
  • take part in an orientation with other students from the Winter Development Program
  • receive training sessions and workshops to develop your technical and soft skills, such as personal branding and communication
  • gain insights into the workings of real deals and transactions
  • be assigned a buddy and mentor to guide you throughout your internship
  • learn from a successful team including recent graduates and senior leaders from the business

You will also be considered for our 2021/22 Summer Internship program, which runs from November 2021 to February 2021.

To be eligible for the program, you must be in your penultimate year of study and be available to work in July.

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
A Bachelor of Electrical Engineering sparked Colleen O'Connor's interest in Technology. Since then, she's had the opportunity to work in a variety of teams across a number of Macquarie's technology projects, where she says no two days are ever the same.

Colleen O'Connor

  • Graduate stories
A Bachelor of Electrical Engineering sparked Colleen O'Connor's interest in Technology. Since then, she's had the opportunity to work in a variety of teams across a number of Macquarie's technology projects, where she says no two days are ever the same.

Colleen O'Connor

  • Graduate stories
It was really exciting to be involved in a project that was a pivotal moment for energy, and once operational, will result in an overall reduction of carbon dioxide emissions of more than 400,000 tonnes per year.

Jotham Young

  • Graduate stories
It was really exciting to be involved in a project that was a pivotal moment for energy, and once operational, will result in an overall reduction of carbon dioxide emissions of more than 400,000 tonnes per year.

Jotham Young

  • Graduate stories
A Bachelor of Electrical Engineering sparked Colleen O'Connor's interest in Technology. Since then, she's had the opportunity to work in a variety of teams across a number of Macquarie's technology projects, where she says no two days are ever the same.

Colleen O'Connor

  • Graduate stories
A Bachelor of Electrical Engineering sparked Colleen O'Connor's interest in Technology. Since then, she's had the opportunity to work in a variety of teams across a number of Macquarie's technology projects, where she says no two days are ever the same.

Colleen O'Connor

  • Graduate stories
It was really exciting to be involved in a project that was a pivotal moment for energy, and once operational, will result in an overall reduction of carbon dioxide emissions of more than 400,000 tonnes per year.

Jotham Young

  • Graduate stories
It was really exciting to be involved in a project that was a pivotal moment for energy, and once operational, will result in an overall reduction of carbon dioxide emissions of more than 400,000 tonnes per year.

Jotham Young