- The fields of study from which interns shall be selected must be within the job families of the Bank, particularly Economics, Agriculture, Private Sector Development, Human Capital Development (education and health), Environment, Finance, Infrastructure Development, Human Resources Management, Information Technology, Communications, Law, Internal Audit, Budget, Governance or any other field of study that the Bank may deem relevant to its operations.
- Special consideration shall be given to students who are working on projects that have a direct bearing on the mission of the Bank.
- Internships shall be performed either at the Bank’s headquarters in Abidjan, at the Temporary Relocation Agency in Tunis (Tunisia) or in any one of the Bank’s field offices.
- The program is annually run for two sessions as follows:
- Winter - Session I: January through March.
- Summer - Session II: June through August.
- Interns shall be responsible for their air travel (where applicable) to and from the Bank’s location as well as their upkeep.
- Interns shall be responsible for their medical and accident insurance coverage, and for obtaining entry and residence visas in the host country of the Bank.
- The internship will be authorized only once for any candidate.
- Interns will be provided with a monthly stipend, depending on the budget availability.
Including desirable skills, knowledge and experience
To be eligible for internship, applicants must meet the following criteria:
Applicants must be:
Applicants must be:
- Students, aged between eighteen (18) to thirty (30) years, and currently enrolled in a Master’s level degree program or its equivalent in a recognized public or private institution of higher learning.
- The candidate can apply for an internship within one year of having obtained such a degree.
- Provide a letter from their school confirming their enrollment.
- Citizens of one of the Bank’s member countries.
- Applicants must be fluent in; at least, one of the Banks’s working languages (English or French).