Internship at Cupole is a part-time program with a ﬂexible setup to optimize our selection of projects with your studies. This will mean approximately 20 hours of work per week for two months, starting in February 2020. As an intern, you will assume the role as a consultant. You will participate in complex problem solving for our clients as part of a project team, drive analyses to support business development, or produce points of view on speciﬁc industries or themes.
We are convinced there are few methods that outperform learning-by-doing – both in regards to developing new skills and in order to get to know a certain industry or company. The goal with Internship at Cupole is for you to get to know us from the inside and experience life as a management consultant – our way. During the internship, you will develop basic consulting skills, and get a jump-start to your career. We want you to become part of our culture and a part of our team. We simply want you to experience all parts of our company!
The program kicks oﬀ with a tailor-made two-day intro course to give you a ﬂying start. You will get your own mentor who will coach you during the internship to ensure your development, match you with relevant tasks and projects, and make sure your work schedule ﬁts your studies.
Are you up for the challenge? We're looking for top students who've completed their second year of studies with strong academic track records as well as demonstrated achievements in other dimensions of life.
Interested in being part of our journey?
Application Deadline is October 17th 2019
Apply by uploading your resume and University grades and a short video.
Why no cover letter you might wonder? Well the reason is quite simple. At Cupole we strive to use best in class methods for everything we do. When it comes to recruiting that means using methods with less biases (i.e. using psychometric tests and skipping the cover letter) but also making sure the candidate experience is the best it can be. Read more about our view on what it takes to become a Cupolean here.