Morgan Stanley
work experience

Summer Analyst Programme

Job description

Gaining work experience before you graduate adds great value for you and for us. We offer 10-week summer internships that give promising penultimate year students the chance to experience one of our key business areas in an enjoyable and intellectually challenging way. While allowing you to experience Morgan Stanley and our culture first hand, internships also serve us well. They provide the primary pipeline for our full-time programmes.

These well-structured programmes include technical and soft skills training, workshops, senior management presentations and social events designed to give you a unique experience in the financial services industry and at Morgan Stanley.

These Summer Internships are available in bank resource management, compliance, equity research, fixed income research, finance, global capital markets, investment banking, investment management and real estate investing, operations, sales and trading and technology.

We may have additional off-cycle internships available throughout the year depending on business needs. Please check the Morgan Stanley website for more information.

Duration: 10 weeks.

Starting: June 2020.

What we are looking for


Morgan Stanley accepts applications from all degree disciplines. Ideally you should be in your second year of a three-year course or third year of a four-year course and available to start full-time employment in 2020.

Accepted degree subjects


Additional job details

Competitive salary

Excellent benefits

How to apply

For detailed job descriptions on all the above opportunities and to apply, please visit our website via the Apply button. Please send your CV and a cover letter. You will be required to complete a set of online assessments as part of your application.

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 11 November 2019

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Closing date:  11 November 2019

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