Our summer interns gain an insider’s view of the member-country-focused mandate and critical international work of the IMF. You will build professional networks while you apply your research and analytical skills to help us explore questions of real importance to our member countries and to global economic stability. Whether you see a future for yourself in international organizations or are simply curious about policy and operational work, this is an ideal opportunity to familiarize yourself with both while leveraging your cutting-edge skills and expanding your research experience.
• A competitive salary
• Round-trip restricted economy class air travel from their university to Washington, D.C.
• Limited medical insurance coverage.
For the Economic internship, you should have concentrated your studies on monetary and international economics, public finance, financial markets, economics, or a related field. In addition, you should possess strong analytical and quantitative skills and have an excellent command of written and oral English.
If you are currently completing a Ph.D., you must be:
Registered as an active student (i.e. returning to university studies after completing the internship)
Below the age of 32 at the start of the internship
If you are currently completing a master’s degree, you must be:
Registered as an active student at the time of application (not yet graduated)
Below the age of 28 at the commencement of the internship
If you are applying to the Legal Department Internship you must be:
Within one to two years of completing an LLM, J.D, or equivalent advanced degree in law
Below the age of 32 at the commencement of the internship
February 15, 2021
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