Morgan Stanley
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Expires13 days

Technology Industrial Placement Programme

Job description

Technology Industrial Placement Interns are recruited for four, six or 12 months in London and for 12 months in Glasgow, starting in June.

Based on your skills, students are placed into specific development or infrastructure teams. These programmes are designed to offer a real-world, project-based experience that will demonstrate first hand what it is like to be a technologist for a top financial firm. Industrial Placement Interns who excel on the Programme may receive an offer to join the full-time Technology Training Programme.

Industrial Placement Interns will participate in an induction process that provides an overview of the Firm and the Technology division. In addition to working on a live project, highlights include senior management networking events, team-building opportunities and a technical speaker series.

What we are looking for


Technology: Candidates should be pursuing a bachelors, masters or equivalent degree whose course mandates a four, six or 12-month work placement. You must be currently pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in computer science, mathematics, electrical engineering, physics or other related science/engineering/technical disciplines.

Accepted degree subjects

  • physics
  • mathematics
  • computer sciences and IT
  • electronic and electrical engineering

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 psychometric tests as part of your application.

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 25 November 2019

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Closing date:  25 November 2019

Expires13 days

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