2022 International Monetary Fund Graduate Internships Jobs

Graduate students, young graduates and professionals are hereby invited to apply for IMF recruitment 2022. Numerous graduate positions and internships are available for entry level and experience professionals wishing to work for the International Monetary Fund.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has openings in a variety of fields, including economics, research, legal, information technology, finance, accounting, human resources, and communications. Internships provide students opportunity to integrate and gain insider experience while becoming adapted to the work environment of the IMF.

Company/Organization: International Monetary Fund (IMF)

Job Type: Internship/Graduate Jobs/Full-Time

Location: IMF headquarters in Washington D.C/Various Locations

Slots: Several

Minimum Qualification: Graduate Students/Recent Graduates/Professionals.

Eligibility Criteria for IMF Internships 2022 

To be eligible for these internship opportunities, candidates must meet the following eligibility conditions:

PhD students:

  • Must be within one to two years of completing a Ph.D. in macroeconomics or a related field and be in student status (i.e. must be returning to university after the internship). Typically, internships are sought by those who are interested in the IMF’s Economist Program following graduation from the Ph.D.
  • Be below the age of 32 at the commencement of the internship.
  • Have an excellent command of English, written and oral.
  • Possess strong analytical, quantitative and computer skills.

Masters degree students:

  • Must be in student status at the commencement of internship (not yet graduated).
  • Be below the age of 28 at the commencement of the internship.
  • Have an excellent command of English, written and oral.
  • Possess strong analytical, quantitative and computer skills

Benefits of IMF Internships 2022

IMF interns receive
  • A competitive salary
  • Round-trip restricted economy class air travel to Washington D.C from their university
  • Limited medical insurance coverage

IMF Graduate and Experience Jobs 2022

If you are interested in IMF graduate jobs and experienced hire positions, you will find and select position for you on the career portal (link below). Compensation package, Job roles, requirements and qualification will vary depending on the position.

Application Procedures

How-to-Apply: Interested applicants should select desired graduate position or internship to start application.

If you are a Ph.D or Master’s student in macroeconomics: On the IMF’s job application system, then enter 1800920 into the field titled “Job Number”.

For the Legal Department Internship: candidates must be within one or two years of completing an LLM, J.D, or equivalent advanced degree in law and below the age of 32. Enter 1800904 into the field titled “Job Number”.

Other Internship Categories: Simply check the ‘Entry Level’ box for available entry level and internship opportunities.

Application Deadlines: Varies

Additional Detailing:

Fund interns work under the supervision of experienced colleagues to carry out a research project, and prepare a research paper. Papers may be presented to IMF staff at the end of the internship, and those of the highest standard may be published internally to the IMF.

Research topics are derived from the IMF work program the host department’s needs. Past projects have delved into a broad spectrum of economic issues. A few of the 2016 and 2017 FIP research topics included:
  • Preferential access to credit: evidence from Brazil
  • Credit Demand and Supply during the U.S. Recovery
  • Climate change a contribution to this analytical chapter in the October 2017 WEO
  • Impact of commodity price shocks on financial stability in developing countries.
  • Explore non-linear effects of oil price shocks on growth (Kazakhstan).
  • Spillover effects of ECB unconventional monetary policies
  • Impact of foreign direct investment and portfolio investment on gender inequality in developing countries
  • Systemic risk amplifiers for stress testing based on inferred networks
  • Survey literature on public sector BSA
  • Spillovers: measuring third party effects
  • Technology and income polarization
  • Carbon tax, structural transformation and inequality
  • Consumption and wealth in Italy
  • Debt sustainability, capacity to repay and other risk assessments
  • Productivity and volatility in Europe/Euro Area
  • Financing costs in sub-Saharan Africa Overshooting or fundamentals?
  • Trade Integration in Latin America
  • Macroeconomic and structural policies and gender inequality
  • Bond trading: big data analytics
  • Evaluating post-implementation effects of the G20 financial regulatory reforms
  • Benchmarking policy frameworks in low-income countries
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