FAQs

General

Our online job offers are updated daily. As soon as a vacancy is filled, the job advertisement is taken offline and no longer appears on our job portal.

You can apply directly through our website. We kindly ask you to refrain from sending us applications by mail as our online application procedure allows us to provide feedback more quickly. Not using paper, folders and postal services also means lower costs and a less adverse impact on the environment. Take a look at our current job offers.

You are welcome to apply for any positions of interest that fit your profile. Please bear in mind that the option of applying to a number of positions at the same time should be used purposefully and to a limited extent.

As a number of people are involved in our application process, you are welcome to use a general salutation in your cover letter.

You can send us your application in English or German. If the job advertisement is in English only, we kindly ask you to send us your application in English.

Apprentices:

  • CV
  • Cover letter
  • Certificates/report cards (of the two preceding school years)

Students/interns:

  • CV
  • Cover letter
  • Certificate of qualification for university matriculation
  • Valid enrolment certificate
  • Internship certificates and job references

Graduates/professionals:

  • CV
  • Cover letter
  • Leaving certificates/diplomas (e.g. apprenticeship and/or university studies)
  • References (e.g. certificates and/or job references)

A cover letter provides you with an opportunity to convince us: tell us about yourself and why you want to join our company, show us just why you are the perfect fit for the job. A cover letter should not be longer than one or two pages.

You can set up a job-agent here in order to keep you up to date with the newest job-postings. For instance, you can choose your preferred specialties, entry-levels or locations. In this way, new job opportunities meeting your criteria will be sent to you by email.

Students/interns

If you would like to join us for a voluntary internship, you should plan for a duration of three to maximum six months. If you are applying for an internship required as part of your studies, the duration depends on the requirements stipulated in the examination regulations of your course of studies.

No, an internship at Deutsche Börse Group is available only to students who are enrolled at a university or a university of applied sciences. The gap year between a bachelor’s and master’s programme are no exception to this rule.

Depending on whether you are joining us for a voluntary or mandatory internship, the gross remuneration for a mandatory internship at our Frankfurt location is € 1.150 per month. Voluntary interns receive ther German minimum wage of € 1.500 per month. In Luxembourg, it is € 1.350 and in Prague €600.

The remuneration for student assistants at our Frankfurt location will be communicated in the job interview. In addition, students receive a meal allowance for our staff restaurant and bistro.

Generally speaking, pupils can join Deutsche Börse Group for an internship if required by the school. We kindly ask pupils to apply through the online tool and provide information on the length of the intended internship as well as the starting date. Please note that the number of internships for pupils is limited.

Ideally, you should submit your application two to three months before the date you wish to join the company.