Research/Consulting UK Internship 2019
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Research/Consulting UK Internship 2019

Job description

When does the programme run?
The programme runs through the summer months. We ask that students commit to an internship of at least eight weeks with a maximum of 14 weeks. Most interns come to us for between 10-12 weeks between June – September. This year we have internship opportunities in Research and Consultancy
What will I be doing?
Working alongside experienced research analysts and consultants you will gain first-hand experience of what it’s like to work in a commercial environment. Our aim is to give you an in-depth insight into the work of one of our sector specific research and consulting teams. If you are selected for interview, you will be given details of the team you will be working with and the nature of the project you will be involved in prior to the interview. The nature of the work will be further explored during your interview and will be finalised in conjunction with you based on your aspirations and academic background and the requirements of our teams.
What will I gain?
  • The opportunity to consider Wood Mackenzie as a potential future employer
  • You will actively contribute to a research product or to consulting engagements, enabling you to put theory into practice
  • You will be encouraged to share your ideas and previous experiences with the team
  • You will learn new skills which will be of value to you in your future career and current academic studies
  • You will be provided with excellent support and coaching to get the best out of your internship
  • You will participate in learning and development activities in addition to your normal internship duties
What are we looking for?
Wood Mackenzie is a place where we are committed to supporting our people to grow and thrive. We value different perspectives and aspire to create an inclusive environment that encourages diversity and fosters a sense of belonging.
Wood Mackenzie values each individual's contribution and helps them reach their full potential while sustaining an organisational culture of health and well-being.
Our core values are:
  • Respect for the Individual
  • Integrity
  • Passion
  • Persistence
  • Confidence with humility
  • Excellence
  • Teamwork

What we are looking for

We also require:

  • Good problem solving and analytical skills
  • The ability to see the big picture and understand which information matters
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • The ability to work as part of a team and a willingness to make a real contribution.
  • Good organisation and planning skills and the ability to manage your own workload when working independently
  • A serious commitment to excellence and meeting the standards which we pride ourselves on


We are looking for final year Under-graduate or Masters students studying in an energy-related; science; engineering or analytical or business degree subject area.

Accepted degree subjects

  • physics
  • economics
  • mathematics
  • chemical engineering
  • geology and geographical science
  • mechanical engineering
  • chemistry
  • materials science
  • accounting and finance
  • engineering management
  • environmental science and ecology
  • civil engineering and construction

How to apply

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 17/02/2019

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Closing date: Continuous recruitment


Additional job details

Number of vacanciesEight
LocationEdinburgh · London

Competitive salary

ContractFixed term
Working hoursFull-time

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