Summer Internships at the Finance Department

Aalto University School of Business, Finance Department is offering summer internship positions

Aalto University School of Business, Finance Department is offering summer internship positions, primarily for Finance students in their second to fourth year of studies. The intern would be working on scientific research projects. The ideal candidates are interested in the financial world and financial research, and have the potential to develop into excellent researchers. Completion of Bachelor’s Thesis or other relevant experience is a plus. The position offers selected candidates opportunity to learn research skills that are not only needed in Master’s thesis work, but also highly appreciated in many finance and consulting sector occupations. For those wishing to pursue an academic career will greatly benefit from early integration into the research community. The internship is paid and provides flexible working hours. For more information on the internship position, click here.

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