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International Monetary Fund invites applications for summer interns from across the world

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Applications are sought on a global basis and around 50 students will have the opportunity to do the internship

The paid internship will take place between June and October 2022; The last date to apply is January 6, 2022

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) – an international financial institution headquartered in Washington, DC that includes India among its 190 member countries – is inviting applications globally for the Fund’s Summer Internship Program (FIP) 2022.

About 50 students from all over the world will get the opportunity to do the paid internship. Candidates must apply by January 6, 2022.

The 10- to 12-week internship will run between June 2022 and October 2022. The internship may start on either June 6 or June 27, 2022. The start date will be confirmed at the time of bid submission.

Summer Interns assigned to the IMF’s FIP Program will be provided with an insider’s view of the mandate focused on the member country and the organization’s important international work. Candidates will build professional networks as they apply their research and analytical skills to help explore questions of real importance to IMF member countries as well as global economic stability.

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Eligibility Criteria for FIP Trainees:

  • Candidates applying for the internship must base their studies on monetary and international economics, public finance, financial markets, economics or a related field.
  • PhD students applying must be within one to two years of completing their studies in macroeconomics or a related field, and be less than 32 students at the time of the internship.
  • Applicant master’s students must have completed a master’s degree in macroeconomics or a related field and be under 28 at the start of the training.
  • All candidates must have an excellent command of written and spoken English, and possess strong analytical, quantitative and computer skills.
  • All candidates must submit a completed application form, with responses to all questions, a curriculum vitae as an attachment, and a recent copy of the university program in which they are currently enrolled in order to be considered.

Selected interns will work closely with an experienced fellow at the IMF on a current issue or research issue of interest to member countries. The results of the candidate’s work can be presented to the IMF staff at the end of the training period. The work of several interns has been published by the IMF as well.

All FIP participants will receive a competitive stipend, a restricted return flight in economy class from their university to Washington, DC, and limited medical insurance coverage.

You can apply for the FIP 2022 Internship Program here: https://imf.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/IMF/job/USA-Washington-DC/XMLNAME-2022-Fund-Internship-Program–FIP-_21-R2125

Last updated on December 18, 2021

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