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STEM Careers



Technology, data and innovation are strategic levers for UniCredit to meet the evolving needs of our clients in a fast-paced digital environment.


Our global teams of technology experts oversee the design and development of innovative solutions, which are driving the digital transformation of UniCredit towards an optimized execution and enhanced banking experience for our customers.


We are always on the look for talented people with diverse skill sets and backgrounds to join us in our journey towards the digital transformation of our business and the creation of products and services that affect the life of millions of people each day.



"The future in technology is so exciting and it's a privilege to take part in the digital evolution of the banking industry."







UniCredit has been named the Best Digital Transformation in Europe in 2023 by the World Economic Magazine. 

Discover more about our Group Awards 


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At UniCredit you'll be part of a diverse and international team of curious and ambitious people whose purpose is to reimagine the way we do banking. Our commitment to innovation and our investments in cutting-edge technology will provide you with a wide range of opportunities to learn, experiment, design and make change happen.


With us you'll develop your skills through life-long trainings and certifications, on-the-job experiences and international, cross-functional assignments. We also offer competitive salary packages as well as a comprehensive set of benefits and work-life balance conditions.


"In such a big organization like UniCredit there are plenty of opportunities for STEM talents, whether it be working with new technologies, gaining more responsibilities or learning new skills."