Local internships give students an opportunity to better understand Swedish professional culture while building their networks and resumes. We offer six excellent internship opportunities every semester and occasionally offer additional internships when available. Internship placements are limited, so students are encouraged to apply early and submit internship requests with their application for admission. Such requests should include your resume and a brief statement of interest for the desired internship. Internships are unpaid and not for credit.
RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS (3-6 hours per week)
This internship will be at the prestigious Research Institute of Industrial Economics. Placement in this research internship is limited to two students each semester. Students will be selected by the Institute and chosen based on merit and background in economics. Students applying for this internship are required to enroll in The Economics of European Integration course.
THE STOCKHOLM INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (5+ hours per week)
Program students have the opportunity to intern every fall semester with this well-regarded festival. This internship provides students with an exciting opportunity to meet well-known and up-and-coming film directors. Moreover, you will have the chance to attend seminars and see many of the films. This internship is open to seven to ten students.
THE STOCKHOLM PUBLIC SCHOOLS (3-6 hours per week)
Each semester, our students have the opportunity to assist a public school teacher with English instruction. Our students get inside the classroom and have the opportunity to learn first hand about the educational system in Sweden. This internship is open to three to five students every semester.
Global Pharma Consulting (5-6 hours per week)
This management consulting internship in a small, but growing consultancy in the Life Science sector and market entry in the MENA-region (Middle East/North Africa) gives two students the opportunity to get insights in international consulting in the life science area and about business culture in Sweden and the Middle East. Placement in this internship is limited to two students each semester. Students will be selected by the consulting firm and chosen based on merit, academic background, and work experience. A minimum of 5-6 working hours per week is strongly suggested to allow for a rewarding experience.
DIGITAL EDITOR AT THE SWEDISH PROGRAM (2-4 hours per week)
Program students have the opportunity to intern each semester with The Swedish Program. As a Digital Editor, you will create written, photo, and video content for our blog and social media profiles. Placement in this internship is limited to one student each semester.
THE RAPID ACCELERATION MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (4-6 hours per week)
RAMP is a program arranged by the Stockholm School of Economics’ Executive Education unit. This program targets recently arrived refugees who have both academic qualifications and professional experience; it then combines coursework in subjects relevant to general managers and matches participants with company internships in order to bring these qualified refugees into meaningful roles in the Swedish labor market. Swedish Program interns will have an opportunity to work with the academic director and her team in supporting RAMP participants. This internship is open to two students.