The Internship Program

Bank Audi’s Internship Program offers youth the chance to learn about banking activities and operations, and get to know our Bank’s culture.

High School Students

One-Day Glimpse on Banking:

As part of the Global Money Week initiative held during the month of March, this program gives high school students a one-day overview of our Bank products, services and delivery channels.

One-Week Banking Fundamentals:

In support of high schools’ “One-Week Corporate Work Experience” initiative, we designed a special program to give high school students an overview of the Bank’s major business lines and banking operations over four days. A 1-day observation of the day-to-day activities of tellers and personal bankers completes this 5-day program.


Local Students

What is it all about?

As an undergraduate student, your Internship Program will combine:
  • On-Site training in branches and/or Head Office departments with set objectives
  • Classroom training featuring a technical overview of the Bank’s different functions as well as thorough coverage of behavioral topics
  • Participation in CSR events and initiatives

At the end of your internship, you will take a test to assess your level of knowledge, following which you will be granted a “Certificate of Achievement” or a “Certificate of Attendance” depending on your test score.

Am I eligible?

You are eligible if:
  • The internship is a prerequisite for your graduate studies
  • You have not undertaken an internship at our Bank previously

How and when do I apply?

You must submit your online application before March 31st of every year. Internships are scheduled from May till October, over a period of 1 to 2 months, as per Human Resources’ interview feedback, your university requirements and the Bank’s training capacity and business needs.

To complete your application, you must submit, on the day of your interview, the following documents:

  • 1
    Lebanese Identity Card Or Individual Status Register
    1 photocopy of either, or 1 photocopy of your passport if you are a non-Lebanese student
  • 2
    1 passport-size photo
  • 3
    Police Record
    Dated less than 3 months
  • 4
    An official internship request from your university
  • 5
    Your transcript
    showing current GPA
  • 6
    Photocopy of your university ID Card
You will receive an email confirming your internship selection status in the first week of May.

Dealing with customers, I developed my interpersonal skills and perceived the importance of customer service at the Bank.
The friendly staff helped me adapt fast.
- Maria Beainou, Intern at Jeita Branch
Liaising between the Direct Sales Force team and the Consumer Lending Department, I got a deep insight on loans. This enriching experience has changed my perception of Retail Banking.
- Karim Haidar, Intern in the Retail Department
I interacted with clients and learned to identify and satisfy their needs, all in a friendly and engaging environment. The classroom trainings also gave me valuable information about the banking industry, which would definitely influence my future career plans.
Michelle Haber, Intern at Bourj Hammoud Branch
During my internship, I gained hands-on experience with banking operations, loans and credit cards. I was also impressed by the Branch Manager’s leadership style. Throughout the orientation days, I learned how Bank Audi is deeply involved in CSR activities and greatly cares for its employees.
- Pascale Thebian, Intern at Furn El-Shebback Branch

International Students

Graduates and Postgraduates

The Internship Program offers graduate and postgraduate students the opportunity to get a deeper knowledge about banking operations and business lines at Bank Audi. As a graduate or postgraduate intern at the Bank, you will be involved in a mix of project-based work, practical experience and functional exposure.

Applications are analyzed on a case-by-case basis, depending on our business needs and your internship requirements.