International Monetary Fund Internship Programme

Current students are invited to join the International Monetary Fund on a short-term paid internship. Participants will join the IMF headquarters in Washington, D.C. for 10 to 12 weeks between June and October 2021. Application process is ongoing.

The International Monetary Fund, or IMF, is an organisation that promotes international financial stability and monetary co-operation.

It also facilitates international trade, promotes employment and sustainable economic growth.

Summer interns gain an insider’s view of the member-country-focused mandate and critical international work of the IMF.

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.

For the economic internship, you should have concentrated your studies on monetary and international economics, public finance, financial markets, economics, or a related field.

This internship is paid. Participants will receive a competitive salary, round-trip economy class air travel from their university to Washington DC, and a limited medical insurance coverage.

Application process is ongoing.

 

Main Criteria

Candidates should be enrolled in a degree programme at the time of application.

Applicants should be 28 years of age or younger.

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