When to apply for the IMF Internship Program?
The application period is usually between December and January.
How to apply for the IMF Internship Program?
The internship application process is done via the IMF Joblink, where all openings are published, and comprises the following steps:
- Initial registration;
- Filling out the candidate profile (academic and professional background);
- Search for an opening in your field of interest;
- Filling out the application form;
- Submit the application.
What are the phases of the selection process for the IMF Internship?
The selection process may vary depending on the department or office to which the intern is applying, but generally comprises the following steps:
- Creating a profile and preparing an application;
- Submitting the application;
- Evaluation of the application;
- Competency-based interview;
- Selection notifications.
How is the IMF Internship interview?
Usually, only selected applicants will be contacted for the interview. The main points covered in the interview vary according to the opening and department chosen. In general, however, the questions address subjective or behavioral aspects, such as your expectations about the job, your interests in the area of expertise you are applying for and your previous experiences.
OpenIGO offers the mock interview service to get you prepared for this important phase!
Having a mock interview with a professional who has extensive experience and knowledge of the World Bank interview model will help you be better prepared for this phase, greatly increasing your chances of being selected for the desired vacancy. IMF Internship mock interviews are held via Skype (preferably), WhatsApp, Facetime or Hangouts, conducted by an interview specialist and last around 60 minutes.
If you have arrived at this point in the selection process, you cannot afford to miss the opportunity for additional qualification. The value invested is nothing compared to the energy you have invested up until now, and with the benefits you will obtain when you are approved! Access:
What are the documents to submit for the IMF Internship Program?
The application process requires you to submit:
- Cover Letter
- University transcripts;
- Two academic reference letters.
It is of fundamental importance that your documents are carefully reviewed. This is exactly what our award-winning team will do for you.
At OpenIGO, we have analyzed documents from dozens of candidates and know precisely what is required for your application to stand out from the thousands of others received by the IMF team every year. It is important to highlight that this service is confidential and your files will be deleted from our systems when the service has been completed.
A review of your documents will be carried out in two stages:
- Proofreading – highly qualified native English proofreaders will check your writing, formatting, correct errors and suggest improvements;
- Technical review – a team formed of PhD professors with vast experience at intergovernmental organizations will carry out a technical review of the documents that you submit to the IMF internship, offering feedback for improvement. The fit of your documents with the IMF policies and strategies will be evaluated. However, we also highlight that our team will not write or prepare any documents for you. Our aim is to enhance your application. The merit of passing the selection process is all yours.
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What is the evaluation criteria of the IMF Internship Program?
You will be evaluated regarding your previous experience, skills and competencies, and educational background.