Login

Curricular internships are traineeships in Italy and abroad with companies that have signed a traineeship agreement with the University of Rome Tor Vergata. Enrolled students who have finished the first year of the master degree are strongly encouraged to participate in an internship that enables them to further develop their professional competencies and skills. In order to have university credit for the internship, students must begin and complete their internship activities during the time of enrolment in the MSc. in EEBL programme and submit all conclusive paperwork to the EEBL Academic Council at least 45 days before their graduation. The experience is worth 6 CFU and involves a minimum commitment of 150 hours over a period of at least three months. In accordance with the selected company or institution, there may be additional benefits such as a monthly stipend, meal vouchers, or travel reimbursements.

Before students begin any internship activity for university credit, they should first contact the EEBL Programme Office by sending their updated CV and an expression of interest to participate in an internship opportunity where there are current openings for EEBL students. All curricular internships, with the exception of those done in the EEBL Programme Office or through Erasmus Traineeships, must be formalized through the Desk Imprese Office (deskimprese@economia.uniroma2.it); once the intern has been selected, companies should contact this office directly for forms, procedures and information, well before the start of the internship. Students and companies should always put the EEBL Programme Office (msc@eebl.uniroma2.it) in copy on all emails and let the EEBL Programme Office know of all internship decisions.

Students who would like to propose an internship opportunity for extra activity credit must first contact the EEBL Programme Office for verification that the activity is coherent with the programme of study and that the company or institution is able to sign an agreement with Tor Vergata.  All questions pertaining to internships should be sent to msc@eebl.uniroma2.it. Students who would like to have their CV and cover letters reviewed may request an appointment: jennifer.lou.vieley@uniroma2.it.

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Agenzia per l'Italia Digitale

The Agency for Digital Italy (AgID) is the technical agency of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers. The main purpose of the Agency is to guarantee the achievement of the Italian digital agenda objectives and contribute to the diffusion of information and communication technologies, with the aim of fostering innovation and economic growth. AgID has the task of coordinating public administrations in the implementation of the Three-Year Plan for information technology in Public Administration. AgID supports digital innovation and promotes the dissemination of digital skills, also in collaboration with international, national and local institutions and bodies. The ideal candidate for internships has a background in economics or law and should have successfully completed the 'EU Public Choice and Public Economics' course. Applications for internships are now being accepted. Interested candidates should send their CV and cover letter to jennifer.lou.vieley@uniroma2.it

American Embassy of Rome

The American Embassy of Rome regularly evaluates candidates for part-time internship positions (non-paid). Dates are fixed from May to October, and only students who are available for the entire period should apply for a position. The internship positions will be within the following offices: Housing, Shipping, Acquisitions, Supply, Human Resources, Customer Service Center, Political Office, Health Unit, Protocol, and the Financial Management Office.  All interested students should apply by providing an updated CV in English and a brief cover letter to the EEBL Programme Office: jennifer.lou.vieley@uniroma2.it. The ideal candidate has a very good level of English and Italian - both spoken and written - and is available to intern on a part-time schedule of approximately 20 hours per week from Monday to Friday for the dates indicated above. The Office of Human Resources will only accept applications received from the EEBL Programme Office and will directly contact qualified candidates to provide details on the various internship opportunities and to answer any questions the candidates might have. Each selected intern will need to obtain a security certification from the Regional Security Office before starting the internship. Applications are currently closed.

American Express

As a global leader in payment and credit card solutions, this diversified company operates in financial and travel services, through a network capable of handling millions of commercial transactions every day throughout the world. Founded in 1850 in New York, American Express has always carried out its business while embracing innovation and tradition, and following the values at the base of the "Blue Box Value", the corporate culture that allows the company to provide customers with a service at the highest levels of excellence. Internships are available on an on-going basis to fill specific positions within the company, students should consult the Desk Imprese page for current openings. General requirements include a degree in economics, excellent knowledge of written and spoken English, and good knowledge of the Office package, in particular Excel and Power Point.

Banca Etica

Open positions are available throughout the year. For the current call for application, tasks may include: Customer reception; management of incoming calls; support for administrative activities; paper and / or digital filing; support for the preparation of pubblicity campaigns; various errands. Requirements include: enrolment in a degree in Economics or similar sectors; knowledge of the service sector; propensity to telephone contact and customer relations; ability to manage the main basic software systems.
Duration: 6 months, full time. Location: Padua. 

British Embassy in Rome

The Ambassador’s Private Office at the British Embassy in Rome annually seeks interns to fill positions in the following areas: Press and Comms Section, Private Office, Ambassador's Residence, Consular, Foreign and Security Policy, Department for International Trade. While selection criteria may vary for each area, common requirements include: excellent spoken and written English and Italian (C2 level or equivalent); excellent team working ability, organisational and interpersonal skills; ability to work independently, under pressure, and prioritize activities in a target driven team; excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office package (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook); precision and discretion. proven ability to work under pressure and prioritise work. All CV's and cover letters should be forwarded to deskimprese@economia.uniroma2.it (with msc@eebl.uniroma2.it in copy) with explicit reference to the position that students are interested in applying to. Details for the current vacancies can be found here.

Education First

Partner of the TornoSubito programme and international leader in the field of educational initiatives such as linguistic and academic training, travel-study programmes, and cultural exchange abroad, EF EDUCATION is looking for interns for the Rome office, for a minimum of 3 months. Benefits include meal vouchers. Candidates should be Italian and English speaking, dynamic, hard-working, and interested in growing professionally in a stimulating and international environment. The principal tasks will include client reception, providing support to the travel department, participating in external activities such as trade fairs. Interested candidates should send their CV and covering letter to msc@eebl.uniroma2.it .

EEBL Programme Office

Curricuar internship opening for EEBL students who are available to intern starting the last week of August. The intern will be required to be available mornings from Monday to Friday in order to assist new students with orientation, registration, and various administrative procedures (including accompanying new students to the Welcome Weeks orientation area, post office, CAF and Agenzia delle Entrate).  The internship will last for a minimum of 3 months and for a total of 150 hours. No monetary compensation is foreseen. EEBL students can also expect to work in programme development, promotion, or student assistance. Students should be familiar with enough Italian to assist the other students. Applications can be sent to msc@eebl.uniroma2.it.

 

European Investment Bank

EIB is the European Union's bank, the only bank owned by and representing the interests of the European Union Member States. EIB works closely with other EU institutions to implement EU policy and is the world’s largest multilateral borrower and lender, providing finance and expertise for sustainable investment projects that contribute to EU policy objectives, delivering economic and social benefits. EIB offers internships to university students and recent graduates who wish to acquire an understanding of the Bank’s work or gain experience in their field of studies. Internships normally last between three and five months maximum. Most are based at our headquarters in Luxembourg. Through an internship, students gain an overview of the EIB's objectives and the challenges arising in achieving them, a professional and personal experience in a dynamic EU body through contacts established in the course of everyday work, practical knowledge in a specific field of studies. There are two application deadlines each year: 1 February and 1 September. Interns receive a flat-rate monthly allowance for living costs and reimbursement of travel expenses (one round trip from/to the point of origin/residence). The General Internship Programme is open only to students or recent graduates, with less than one year of relevant experience (since the last degree), who are nationals of EU Member States and Candidate Countries (Turkey, Serbia and Montenegro). Candidates must have a degree or be in the final year of a course at an institute of higher education. In addition, candidates must have a demonstrated ability to conduct analytical work, exercise good judgment and work as part of a team; have proficiency in English and/or French; knowledge of other EU languages would be an advantage. Candidates should view the vacancies on the EIB website and send their application through the e-recruitment portal. The selection process incorporates a digital interview. More details on all the stages of our selection process are available on the EIB website.

Eurosupport

As part of FINEUROP group (www.fineurop.it ) Eurosupport has been engaged since 1998 in international co-operation activities, as a consultant of the main international donors (EC, World Bank, Italian Cooperation, EBRD, DFID). EUROSUPPORT specialises in: Institutional reform; Public Financial Management (Public Procurement, Competition, State Aid, External Audit); EU Integration Strategies; Legal approximation; Public Administration Reform; Institution building, capacity building and training of public officials; Public Awareness for EU acquis related issues; Financial and commercial advisory services; Export Development and Investment Promotion; SME Development; Multidisciplinary technical assistance; Framework Contracts. EUROSUPPORT is now seeking a young, bright and dynamic professional to take part in all company’s activities such as scouting of project opportunities, preparation of expressions of interest, preparation of tenders, management of ongoing project activities. The ideal candidate has high motivations to work in international cooperation, results-oriented approach, international exposure. Offering a 5-month internship (€700 per month, plus meal vouchers) that could be transformed into an employment contract at the end of the internship. For qualified candidates, there are opportunities for direct employment. To apply, students should send a CV and covering letter to: Marco Sebastiani, Managing Director of EUROSUPPORT (FINEUROP SUPPORT).

Gustolab International Food Systems and Sustainability

Gustolab proposes a three-month, non-paid curricular internship in Rome. Primary tasks include assisting with website implementation and assisting the CRM Manager in the following activities: implementation of the new CRM platform, clean up and organization of the current database for migration to new CRM, data entry. Secondary tasks include: providing aid in newsletter design and mailing, providing support with day-to-day management and scheduling for social media, content creation for delivery on the web and social media (include: short videos, interviews, and social media content), support on a wide variety of research projects (and compile, synthesize and analyze research collected), translation of documents from Italian to English and from English to Italian, support in planning and implementing events, talks, and activities on the topic of food and sustainability. Qualifications for candidates: fluent (written and spoken) English language proficiency (C2 or mother tongue), team player, quick learner with the ability to work both independently and collaboratively, ability to multi-task and work effectively in a fast-paced environment, excellent attention to detail and organizational skills, excellent ability to learn, adapt, discover and test new ideas, competent in Microsoft Office, tech and internet savvy, communication and writing skills, proactive and positive attitude, good understanding of social media platforms, previous experience in social media content creation, graphic design, video editing or other related fields,previous experience with a CRM system, familiarity with project management tools, knowledge of the platforms such as MailChimp and Hubspot, basic knowledge of design software (like Adobe Photoshop), knowledge of HTML, CSS, WordPress, interest or experience with food and sustainability. Interested candidates should send their CV and cover letter to jennifer.lou.vieley@uniroma2.it . Applications are still open!

HRC Group

The first Italian HR Business Community consisting of a Network of over 400 member companies and more than 8,000 HR contacts. HRC Recruiting & Talent Acquisition is the Business Unit of HRC Group dedicated to the selection of resources, designed to offer companies close to the Community a tailor-made service of the highest level and based on the strategically privileged position of the HRC Network nationally and internationally. For a consulting company with core business on end-to-end projects of Data Warehouse, Business Intelligence, Performance Management and Big Data Analytics, there are current internship openings. Please send your CV in Italian to: jennifer.lou.vieley@uniroma2.it

R & D Division Resources will provide support for the following activities: research and selection, job description analysis, publication of announcements, database research, CV screening, pre-interviews, individual interviews, preparation of profiles. Requirements for the position include: a degree in related fields, interest for the HR world and in particular for R & D, organizational skills, spirit of initiative, organization and attitude to problem solving, excellent knowledge of the entire office package (Word, Excel, Power Point), good knowledge of spoken and written English, excellent Italian language skills. 

Administration & Accounting Area  Resources for a company in the service sector will provide support for the following activites: financial and accounting administrative operations, registration and filing of documents, control and "cleaning" of the database, monitoring of financial flows, monitoring of payment schedules, use of the main corporate IT tools, Requirements for the position include: a degree in economics, ability to manage numbers, strong technical skills and in particular in the use of Excel, spirit of initiative, organization and attitude to problem solving, strong ability to interact with the team, excellent Italian language skills. 

Event Organization Area Resources will provide support for the following activities: planning of promotion activities, management of registrations to events, management of relationships with participants and speakers, travel and accommodation management, on-site event development, follow-up activities, Requirements include: a degree in related fields (Economics, Humanities), organization skills, spirit of initiative, organization and attitude to problem solving, excellent knowledge of the entire office package (Word, Excel, Power Point), good knowledge of spoken and written English, excellent knowledge of the Italian language. 

IFAD

The International Fund for Agricultural Development  takes applications several times a year to fill an internship opening in the sphere of procurement, for a three month period. The position would be full time at the Rome headquarters. Applicants must be under age 30, enrolled in EEBL, have excellent English language skills and a good work ethic. The monthly wage is roughly €600. The trainee at the Procurement Office will be expected to carry out support activities in the drafting of contracts, tender documents, supplier management, and further activities related to the procurement process. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and updated CV in English to jennifer.lou.vieley@uniroma2.it for pre-selection and register on the online platform to submit their personal history form. Preference will be given to candidates who have a GPA of 25/30 or higher and who have already completed courses where procurement is covered as a lecture topic.

ISTAT

The Italian National Institute of Statistics (ISTAT), a public research organisation, is the main producer of official statistics in the service of citizens and policy-makers. It operates in complete independence and continuous interaction with the academic and scientific communities. Its mission is to serve the community by producing and communicating high-quality statistical information, analyses and forecasts in complete independence and in accordance with the strictest ethical and professional principles and most up-to-date scientific standards, in order to develop detailed knowledge of Italy’s environmental, economic and social dimensions at various levels of geographical detail and to assist all members of society in decision-making processes.
In accordance with what was established in Europe by Eurostat, ISTAT also records the investments made in Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) based on the distribution of the risk between the granting public entity and the private concessionaire. Current curricular internships are now open for EEBL students interested in these activities. Candidates should have successfully completed an exam in Law and Economics or Industrial Organization or Public Economics; they should be native Italian speakers and have a current GPA of at least 26/30. Applicants may send their CV and motivation letter in Italian to jennifer.lou.vieley@uniroma2.it by 20 April 2019.

Italian Chamber of Commerce in London

Positions are open throughout the year, however, the Chamber of Commerce requires a six month internship period and trainees must be winners of the Erasmus Traineeships grants or other funds in order to participate in the non-paid positions. Positions include Assistant Trade Analyst in the Commercial, Fair or Innovation and Start-up department. Trainees will be expected to be available from Monday to Friday, from 9.00 am to 5:30 pm. Non Europass CV and letter of presentation in English can be sent directly to info@italchamind.org.uk .

Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs 

The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI) has signed an agreement with the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research (MIUR) and with the Fondazione CRUI for the reactivation of the quarterly curricular internships at the Italian diplomatic missions abroad. The traineeship programme aims to integrate the student's university training path with concrete experience that allows direct knowledge of the MAECI's institutional activities abroad.The announcement concerning the first cycle of traineeships for the year 2019 (14 January - 12 April 2019) can be found on the website www.tirocinicrui.it. Applications must be sent by the application deadline on 11 February 2019

PLEF

A new resource is currently needed to fill an internship position for the organisation of an annual event dedicated to sustainable retail: the Green Retail Forum. This one-day initiative will take place in October, and the activities that the intern would carry out would be in support of the organisation, under the tutorship of President Plata are indicated here. The internship would ideally start in May or, at the latest, June, as the PLEF offices will be closed for the month of August. Candidates for this position should be Italian speaking and interested in addressing issues concerning sustainable development and the world of distribution. CV and letter of presentation should be sent in Italian to msc@eebl.uniroma2.it.

Proxenter

The Center of Research in Procurement and Supply Chain, Proxenter, of the University of Rome Tor Vergata, is seeking two EEBL students with a bachelor degree in Economics for a curricular internship worth 6 CFU. The objective of the internship is to build a website containing a Review of the literature on Public Private Partnership (PPP). The students will be requested to research academic and policy articles on PPP and upload them onto a newly created website. The internship can be undertaken as a part-time activity and work can be done from home so as to be compatible with students’ studying or summer holidays. The internship will be completed under the supervision of Professor Elisabetta Iossa. Students who are interested should send their CV and a brief email of presentation to Professor Elisabetta Iossa.

Stryker Italia

A company operating in the Medical Devices sector, Stryker, was founded in the '30s in the USA by Dr. Homer Stryker, has been working in the sector for over 75 years, carrying out continuous technological updating. The range of products offered covers many surgical specialties such as General Surgery, Orthopedics, Arthroscopy, Gynecology, Urology, Traumatology, Neurosurgery and Column Surgery, ENT, Maxillofacial, Robotic and Neurovascular. Among the new technologies, MAKO, a robotic system for orthopedic surgery that is able to give added value not only to the specialists who use it but also to improve the patients' experience. EEBL students may apply for a paid curricular internship at the Stryker headquarters in Rome. The intern would be expected to collaborate with Area Pricing observing the internal policy, support Quotes Area for activity in pricing workflow and for Dealer Management. Requirements include good Italian and English, written and spoken, knowledge of the Office package, a degree in Economics or Law. Qualified candidates should apply online.

Telecom Italia

TIM GROUP is the biggest Information and Communication Technology business in Italy.  Spreading digital experience in the lives of people, in homes, towns, cities, businesses. Bringing connectivity that is more and more intelligent. That is its aim.  Its ultra-broadband infrastructure, on fiber and LTE, is the foundation for this transformation. TIM is committed to satisfying the most advanced and sophisticated customer requirements, with state-of-the-art services and solutions, to guarantee the best and most enthralling customer experience. At the heart of its offer are convergence and quadruple play solutions (landline-based and mobile telecommunications + internet + premium digital content, starting with video, gaming and music), evolved cloud platforms and IT solutions. All proposed in flexible and scalable packages based on the needs of families and businesses, and on platforms that are easily accessible on various different devices. Opportunities for internships are available throughout the year and regularly published on the Desk Imprese page of Tor Vergata’s School of Economics.

University of St. Thomas

The University of St. Thomas’ Bernardi Campus www.stthomas.edu/rome  in the center of Rome (neighborhood of Prati) offers undergraduate programs in liberal arts, theology and Catholic studies. The University has openings year-round for a three-month curricular internship position. The ideal applicant is a responsible and reliable Italian student, who is familiar with Rome and interested in working with American university students. Candidates should be prepared to intern on campus full time, mostly in the afternoon and early evening. They will be responsible for assisting with administrative tasks, event and travel planning, student support, website and social network management, market research, library organization. Excellent computer skills (Excel and Word), communication skills and interpersonal skills are required. Interested candidates should send their CV and cover letter in English to jennifer.louvieley@uniroma2.it for consideration.

Vigili del Fuoco - Italian Fire Department Headquarters

Internship opening in Rome in the sphere of procurement. The intern will be expected to complete tasks aimed at supporting data analysis and the drafting of a tender scheduled to be published in January 2020. In the early months of 2019, the intern will be engaged in the analysis of the results of the past tenders, reference markets and the determination of starting prices for auction bids. In a second phase, the intern will support the preparation of the drafting of the tender as well as the administration of a survey to determine a qualitative and quantitative calculation to be used as a point of reference for establishing the starting prices for future tenders. The internship starts in January 2019. Students with a GPA of 25/30 and who have completed studies relating to Public Choice, Industrial Organization and EU Competition Law and Regulation may apply for the position. Candidates will be expected to speak fluent Italian and be available to work full time or part time for a minimum of 6 months. Interested students may contact Professor Cesi to send a CV and cover letter: Berardino.Cesi@uniroma2.it.

Whirlpool

Whirlpool Corporation (NYSE:WHR) is the world’s leading major home appliance company and markets Whirlpool, KitchenAid, Maytag, Consul, Brastemp, Amana, Bauknecht, Jenn-Air, Indesit, Hotpoint and other major brand names in nearly every country throughout the world. In Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) it has approximately 22,000 employees, a sales presence in more than 30 countries and manufacturing sites in seven countries. Whirlpool EMEA is an operating segment of Whirlpool Corporation. Whirlpool Corp.’s EMEA Headquarters are located in Pero (MI), Italy.Open positions available at the Whirlpool Corporation can be found on the Desk Imprese website.