Are you ready for a career where you will be a part of changing the future of banking? Together with Swedbank, we are now launching our first program where you will learn to code Java in 12 weeks, completely in English! After the graduation you will have a thrilling future ahead, at one of two departments at Swedbank: Digital Banking or Group Lending and Payment.

Swedbank is Sweden’s largest bank and it has been around since 1820. Here you will find a stable employer with a vision to change the future of banking and making the life of their customers easier.


The program will take place at our campus in Kista, Stockholm. It has scheduled lectures Monday-Friday at 09-17. During the program you will primarily learn to code Java and after the graduation you will get a position as a software engineer at Swedbank, through Academic Work. To attend this program, you need to be over 18, fluent in English and have an academic degree. However, you do not need any previous skills within coding or IT. We will teach you everything you need to know to become a successful software engineer.

You will learn:

  • Java, basics and advanced
  • Scrum
  • GIT
  • HTML, CSS and JavaScript
  • Angular
  • Databases
  • IT security

How to apply:

All our recruitment processes focus on an individual’s abilities and motivation therefor, the process starts with tests to see if you have what it takes to learn to code in 12 weeks. You can do the tests here.

We will review the applications continuously so please send in your application as soon as possible.

After graduation you will work as a software engineer consultant at Swedbank, through Academic Work, in Sundbyberg, Stockholm.

About Java:

Java is one of the worlds most used programming languages. It is used, among other things, to build apps for Android, supercomputers and to major business criticalsystems within banking and insurance. Java is object oriented, it is platform independent and has an overall good performance which makes it very popular.

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