IMF Internship Program for 2021/2022 mainly for Postgraduate Students
The IMF Internship Program 2021-2022 is currently ongoing. In view of this, postgraduate students are hereby invited to apply for the IMF internship program for the next batch of intake. The internship program will add a lot of value to the students. It offers them the opportunity to integrate and also gain insider experience. In addition to doing so, they will become adapted to the work environment of IMF.
Going forward, IMF has openings in a variety of fields. In areas like economics, research, legal, information technology, and finance. As well as accounting, human resources, and communications.
Host Company/Organization: International Monetary Fund
Program/Internship Type: Full-Time Internship program
Duration of Program/Internship: A minimum of 10 weeks and a maximum of 12 weeks duration.
Program/Internship Location: IMF headquarters (Washington D.C.)
Number of available Slots: usually up to 50 interns per year
Referral No: None
Minimum Qualification for Program: Currently enrolled in Masters/Ph.D. program.
Detailed Information For IMF Internship Program 2021-2022
Basically, fund interns carry out a research project and prepare a research paper. They do so under the supervision of experienced colleagues. At the end of the internship, the papers are submitted. As expected, the high-scoring individuals would most likely be retained by IMF.
You might want to know about the types of topics that these papers are based on. Generally, they’re derived from the IMF work program. Particularly in terms of the host department’s needs. In the past, projects have taken the path of a broad spectrum of economic issues. Below is a list of a few of the 2016 and 2017 FIP research topics included:
- Preferential access to credit: evidence from Brazil
- Credit Demand and Supply during the U.S. Recovery
- Climate change—a contribution to this analytical chapter in the October 2017 WEO
- Impact of commodity price shocks on financial stability in developing countries.
- Explore non-linear effects of oil price shocks on growth (Kazakhstan).
- Spillover effects of ECB unconventional monetary policies
- Impact of foreign direct investment and portfolio investment on gender inequality in developing countries
- Systemic risk amplifiers for stress testing based on inferred networks
- the Survey literature on public sector BSA
- Spillovers: measuring third party effects
- Technology and income polarization
- Carbon tax, structural transformation, and inequality
- Consumption and wealth in Italy
- Debt sustainability, capacity to repay, and other risk assessments
- Productivity and volatility in Europe/Euro Area
- Financing costs in sub-Saharan Africa—Overshooting or fundamentals?
- Trade Integration in Latin America
- Macroeconomic and structural policies and gender inequality
- Bond trading: big data analytics
- Evaluating post-implementation effects of the G20 financial regulatory reforms
- Benchmarking policy frameworks in low-income countries
Basic requirements Eligibility for Program
To qualify for this program, aspiring interns must meet the following conditions.
Firstly, Ph.D. students:
Aspirants must be within one to two years of completing a Ph.D. This should be in macroeconomics or a related field. In addition, they should be in student status. As a result, they must be returning to university after the internship.
Typically, these internships are mostly pursued by those who are interested in the IMF’s Economist Program. Most especially the following graduation from the Ph.D.
Going on, applicants should be below the age of 32 at the commencement of the internship.
Importantly, aspirants should have an excellent command of English. Both written and oral.
Aspirants should also possess very strong analytical, quantitative, and computer skills.
Secondly, for Masters degree students:
Applicants must also be in student status at the commencement of the internship. This means they should not yet be graduated.
In addition, they should be below the age of 28 at the start of the internship.
Importantly, they should possess an excellent command of English. Both written and oral.
They should also have strong analytical, quantitative, and computer skills
Benefits Of Program
- This program offers an attractive salary;
- Round-trip restricted economy class air travel from Washington to their school.
- Lastly, there are limited medical insurance coverage
procedures for Application
All interested applicants should visit the IMF website to get started.
for.D or Master’s student in macroeconomics: On the IMF’s job application system, key in 1800920 into “Job Number” field.
For the Legal Department Internship: Applicants must be within one or two years of completing an LLM, J.D., Or alternatively, an equivalent advanced degree in law. Applicants should also be below the age of 32. Then key in 1800904 into the “Job Number” field.
For other Internship Categories: On the website, check the ‘Entry Level’ box. This will show you the available entry-level and internship opportunities.
Deadline For Application
The deadline for application varies