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The students have spoken! Oracle has been officially recognised as one of the best places to do an internship in the UK—as voted by students, for students.
Explore all the areas where you can grow your skills.
Work with the brightest minds in the industry and learn how to build next-generation cloud software. You could be discovering how to enhance a product feature or learning how we develop cloud infrastructure from the ground up. Either way you’ll be tackling fascinating problems at high scale, and gaining priceless skills in the process.
Learn how to manage a company’s biggest asset: its people. From learning and development to recruitment, you’ll have the opportunity to take on strategic projects and earn real responsibility. You can also apply for our diversity internship, which focuses on advancing Oracle Women’s Leadership across EMEA.
Join our team of commercial lawyers, litigators, employment lawyers, and specialists in cloud services and data protection. From negotiating and drafting contracts to liaising with our global colleagues, you’ll help with a variety of interactions and be given the support to handle your own subject areas.
Gain an insider’s perspective into how a global technology company goes to market. You’ll get first-hand experience using the latest marketing strategies and get involved in all levels of our campaigns. From market research to social media and content creation, you’ll develop the essential toolkit of a modern marketer.
Deliver the unique support that makes our sales organisation world class. You’ll learn how to demonstrate the customer value in our solutions while also focusing on the processes and systems that empower our sales teams: strategic planning, sales performance measurement, market analysis, and sales upskilling programmes.
Join a company of changemakers. Bring fresh insight to projects that are changing lives around the world.
Oracle innovation thrives on diverse perspectives like yours. Join a fun and flexible workplace where you can be totally yourself.
We give you the freedom—and the skills—to write your own success story. Whatever avenue you go down, you’ll get world-class training from industry-leading experts.
Enjoy up to 40 paid volunteer hours per year to join our programs working to advance education, protect the planet and give back to communities.
December-January: We’re open for applications. You can prepare your CV and apply now.
January: If your application is successful, our recruiter will call you for an informal phone interview.
February-March: If you pass the screening, you’ll be invited to our virtual assessment centres.
March-April: If successful, you’ll receive an offer and details of your upcoming internship. Our year-long internship starts in July.
My internship was in the Systems Support team and I took on a mixture of responsibilities related to being a field engineer and technical account manager. What I learned during my time as an intern is that I’m most passionate about helping customers and adding value to my team.
As a solutions architect intern, my main goal was to provide value to my team members and the business. I achieved this by getting involved in as much customer activity as possible. This included developing demos for customers that showcased our capabilities and helping my team present our technology solutions to customers.
For my internship I joined a team working with start-ups. It was an invaluable experience that gave me practical insight into the world of work. From day one, the supportive and collaborative culture made me feel like a valued member of the team.
I joined Oracle as an intern on the central HR team, which is the first line of support for UK employees. When you’re working with people, no day is ever the same. I loved how varied the role was! At university I’d studied HR a bit, but it wasn’t until I started working in a real HR team that I saw how important the function is. I got to work closely with a range of HR teams, which gave me even more insight into the sort of career I could have.
My time as an intern was very customer-focused. My role was to understand cloud technology and how it’s used across a particular industry or company. Studying computer science meant I was able to understand the technical side of the conversation as well as the business side.
I was a member of the very first cohort of UK interns. I spent a year in the business operations team as a sales support analyst. I was delighted to be given loads of opportunities to apply the core skills I learned at university, especially in areas like data analysis and presenting strategic findings.
What are you waiting for? Start your future at Oracle today.