Thinking About Changing Career Paths or Learning About New Possibilities?
Internships could be the key. If you pursue the 15 or 18-month MBA programme you'll have access to worldwide internships to put your knowledge into practice and gain experience in the field. It's the perfect opportunity to show potential employers what you can do – which is why many businesses end up offering ESADE MBA interns permanent posts after graduation. It’s also a chance to see if the reality of your chosen career matches up to your expectations.
Companies including Amazon, Goldman Sachs, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Santander and Deutsche Bank use ESADE internships as a recruitment tool. And you’re not just there to learn – you’re there to add value and tackle real challenges. That’s why the average mean salary for students on internship is €2,417. Most students (74%) stay in Europe, but you have a world of opportunities open to you in Asia, Latin America, Central and Eastern Europe, Africa and North America. Marketing and sales is the most common function for internship students but many others are given responsibilities in consulting, finance, management and operations.
Internship Report - Graduating Class of 2017
Internship Recruiting Companies
Aditya Birla Group
Astellas Pharmaceutical EMEA
Barna Steel SA
Centrale Automobile Cherifienne
Coca Cola Middle East
Composite Cluster Singapore
Conti Advanced Business Learning (CABL)
Cronos Telecom Europe SL
Florida Ice and Farm
Gas Natural Fenosa
Grupo Financiero Banorte
Janssen - Pharmaceutical companies of Johnson&Johnson
Mercon Europe SL
Rise Consulting Group
Saudi Arabian Investment Authority
Zinc Labs, SL
Internship with SUD – The University Development Service
Make a difference to other people's lives during your MBA by spending your internship with SUD – the University Development Service. It aims to improve living conditions in countries including Bolivia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua.