What are the fields of study required for the Internship Program?
This internship program includes students and recent graduates from the most diverse fields of knowledge. The areas of study with the highest demand in this program are:
- Private Sector
- Sustainable urban planning
- International Relations
- Risk Management
What are the tasks performed by the selected for the Internship?
The activities performed by the intern depend on the function and office they are assigned to. However, the main tasks are:
- Conduct desk research on key topics associated with the internship’s activities;
- Prepare materials for internal and external communication;
- Review and provide inputs to project documents;
- Assist in monitoring and reporting on project-level indicators;
- Publish reports on relevant emerging technologies and their impact on infrastructure sectors;
- Help implement digital and technology initiatives for infrastructure sectors in Asia.
What is the duration of the Internship Program?
Each internship vacancy has its duration period. However, internships last, generally, 3 months.
What is the weekly workload of the AIIB Internship?
The internship programs are full-time. Interns shall therefore work between 35 and 40 hours per week.
Where are the locations of the AIIB Internship?
Opportunities are for the AIIB Headquarters in Beijing(China). During the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual internship opportunities are also being opened.
When does the AIIB internship start?
The initial date of the internship shall be coordinated between the intern and the organization.
Is there any feedback following the completion of the AIIB Internship Program?
At the end of the internship, the supervisor is in charge of preparing an assessment report of the intern’s performance.
The internship program does not presuppose the candidate’s future employment and interns cannot apply for a job at AIIB for the duration of one year after the internship, but the experience of working at AIIB will be a differential in the intern’s curriculum that will facilitate their entry not only in the AIIB but in other IGOs.