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Looking for the perfect way to get an insight into the world of work at Generali? Apply for a university internship. Spend six months trying things out at Generali, right at the heart of the action.


What we can promise work placement students

Team spirit



Our friendly working environment, in which everyone is on first-name terms, makes working in our team fun and enjoyable. Hierarchical structures don't dictate who can contribute ideas and opinions. Everyone's input is valued, including yours. Let's shape the future together.

Together, #WeGeneraliSwitzerland


We need your contribution. New employees are involved from day one, and you will be taking responsibility from very early on. You will, of course, be supported by experienced colleagues and line managers. Collaboration is part of our culture.

Attractive offer



We value every idea and all input. You will receive a salary that is in line with the market, plus additional benefits, as well as networking opportunities at various internal events or as part of the Generali Running Team.


Key information at a glance



What our former interns say

"Discussing matters with colleagues and line managers on an equal footing, being able to develop on a professional and personal level, and being given responsibility and the necessary support. That's what an internship at Generali looks like. In other words: the ideal environment to become the best you can be!"


Alexander Salamon

"A university internship at Generali lets you play a hands-on role rather than merely being a spectator. Your day-to-day dealings with other employees really make you feel valued. It's the best possible way to develop your potential and continue to grow personally."


Greta Kurpicz

"The corporate culture at Generali and Fortuna is particularly communicative and there's a real camaraderie. It's the perfect introduction to the world of insurance. Right from the very first day, I was put in charge of projects and given the chance to work in different areas of the business and actively voice my opinion."


Fabienne Horber




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