General information on internships at SEI HQ
We aim to attract the most competent and skilled students with the appropriate experience for our needs. SEI HQ recruitments are based on respect for the individual no matter of gender, gender identity or expression, age, union representation or political opinion, functional variation, sexual orientation, religion or ethic orientation, nationality, marital or parental status.
While internships are generally open to all students, priority is given to matriculated university students for whom an internship is either part of their curriculum or a thesis project. Priority is also given to students from universities with whom SEI has collaboration agreements (Stockholm University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Lund University). We welcome applications from those that have specific interests that are of relevance to the work of SEI. In general, we expect candidates to have some prior knowledge of the research area in which they will be working. The internship may, for example, include the writing of a master’s thesis.
SEI HQ only offers unpaid internships. Internship candidates are expected to be fully funded and insured by external sources for the full duration of the stay at SEI HQ. SEI Stockholm and HQ does not provide housing and does not assist in finding accommodation.
We offer two internship periods per year: January–June and August–January, in alignment with the Swedish academic year. The application period for the spring semester takes place in October–November the previous year and April–May for the autumn semester the same year.
We do not offer any internships during the summer months.