Closing date: 21 January 2019
The Bank of England is inviting applications for their various summer internship programmes for 2019.
The closing date for all applications is 21 January.
- Earn while you learn
- Gain experience, insight, and skills for the future
- Tackle live projects, and make a valuable contribution to our work
Ideal for ambitious students with a readiness to learn and get involved, we’re committed to providing high quality work experience to high achievers at various stages of academia. Our sought-after internship programmes offer an excellent opportunity to gain experience and contribute to work directly impacting the UK’s economy.
First Year Internship
Our First Year Internship scheme is designed for undergraduate students in their first year interested in finding more about the Bank. These internships run for six weeks giving you the opportunity to support a team on a specific project across all areas of the Bank, from technology or HR to monetary policy and banking supervision. During this time, you’ll be paid a salary of £72 per day.
You will experience excellent development opportunities – from a comprehensive induction to the Bank, through to a range of talks and networking events. If your performance during the six weeks is considered to be outstanding, you will be given the opportunity to be assessed for a Penultimate Year Internship.
Penultimate Year Internship
This scheme is for first-degree students in their penultimate year. Our undergraduate internships pay £75 per day and run for eight weeks. You’ll focus on an individual project, working closely with economists and analysts to collect and analyse data. If your performance is considered to be outstanding, you will be considered for a place on our Graduate programme.
You will experience excellent development opportunities – from a comprehensive induction to the Bank, through to a range of talks and networking events.
About Bank of England
The impact of the Bank of England’s work is uniquely far-reaching. As the country’s central bank, we promote the good of the people of the UK by maintaining monetary and financial stability. The work we do, and the decisions we make, influences the daily lives of millions of people.
Our primary role hasn’t changed for over 300 years. But the range of work we do, and the ways in which we deliver it, is changing all the time. Today it’s changing quicker than ever before. And our graduates are a key part of this progress.
How to apply
To apply for this role and to find out more, please click on the apply button.
Applications for our 2019 Internships will open in December 2018. To register your interest and receive updates, please fill in this form.
Applications for our 2019 Industrial Placement Programme are now closed.
Applications for our 2019 Graduate and Actuarial Development Programmes are now closed.