Oxford Economics is excited to offer current university students in Singapore the opportunity to undertake an internship, either over the holiday periods or on an ongoing basis through the academic year.
The Oxford Economics Singapore internship will provide hands-on experience in our Economic Impact Consulting team, working alongside Economists and Senior Economists in Singapore and our global team. In the past couple of years, this team has delivered projects for Singapore Government, pan-APAC trade associations, major western multi-nationals, management consultancies and Asian technology companies, amongst others.
We are a fast growing, independent economic consultancy with a global reach. Our best-in-class global economic models and analytical tools give us unparalleled ability to forecast external market trends and assess their economic, social and business impact.
We are looking for applicants studying economics or closely related disciplines, who are interested in pursuing a career in the economics discipline, who are keen to learn fast and help us deliver high quality research and positive outcomes to the wide variety of clients we work with. The applicant can be in any year of study and must be a Singaporean national.
- Gain experience and exposure to the economic challenges faced by organisations in Singapore, Southeast Asia and globally.
- Gain exposure to the economic consulting business, including the skills and techniques used and client interactions
- Support from a dedicated mentor throughout the internship.
- Possibility of being fast-tracked through the initial stages of the recruitment process for the Oxford Economics Singapore Economics Graduate Programme in subsequent years.
- Supporting the team in conducting economic analysis and research. Your work will be contributing to actual projects from the first week.
- Desk research, data aggregation and analysis in support of project work or proposal development. This can involve producing charts, tables and other content for reports and presentations.
- Studying economics or a closely related
- Ability to learn quickly and problem solve.
- High proficiency in Excel (and ideally PowerPoint).
- An interest in economic modelling.
- Positive attitude and work ethic.
- Self-motivated and ability to work independently.
- Curiosity and a desire to continue to improve.
Here are some examples of recent projects
- How Robots Change the World: What automation really means for jobs and productivity (https://www.oxfordeconomics.com/recent-releases/how-robots-change-the-world)
- Airbnb supporting economic recovery in Asia-Pacific (https://news.airbnb.com/airbnb-supporting-economic-recovery-in-asia-pacific/)
- Technology and the Future of ASEAN jobs: The impact of AI on workers in ASEAN’s six largest economies (https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/global/en_sg/assets/csr/pdf/technology-and-the-future-of-asean-jobs.pdf)
- The economic impact of the agri-food sector in Southeast Asia (https://foodindustry.asia/reports)
How to Apply
Apply now for the Oxford Economics Singapore internship by clicking on the ‘Apply Now’ button below or emailing [email protected] with the subject ‘Application: Singapore Internship’.
If you would like to learn more about the programme, please reach out to Bali Kaur Sodhi directly, [email protected]
All applications must include the following supporting documents:
- Academic transcript
- Cover letter outlining how you meet our requirements.
We are looking to hire immediately, so the first round of applicants will be considered on the
6 th6th of July. Thereafter, applications will be considered on a rolling basis for ongoing opportunities. We look forward to welcoming you to the Oxford Economics family.
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