Are you dreaming about starting your own business?
Have you always wondered what it is like to work at a start-up?
Or do you simply just want to boost your resume and gain some valuable experience working with a few of Sweden’s top entrepreneurs?
What is Entrepreneurial Spring Week?
ESW is a project that provides ambitious students from the Stockholm School of Economics with the opportunity to receive a week-long internship at a start-up in April (week 15 or 16).
The project aims to foster the interest for entrepreneurship and the Swedish start-up scene within the student body. ESW wants to create a future where innovation is the focus and help Swedish start-ups get in contact with driven students from one of the nation’s top universities.
The goals for ESW are to provide students with:
- · An insight into a cool start-up
- · Inspiration from talented entrepreneurs
- · The will and courage to start your own business
- · A potential summer internship or job after the end of the week
How do I apply?
Application is open to all students at Stockholm School of Economics, both bachelor and master students. You apply by filling out the form below and submitting your application together with your resume and a personal letter. In your personal letter, you will briefly (maximum 300 words) describe what industry or area you are interested working within, as well as what you think you could bring to the company.
Applications open on the 21st of February and close 11th of March at 23:59.
What happens after I’ve submitted my application?
After the application deadline, we will go through all the applications and match students to the companies based on student personal letters as well as the company requirements. Thereafter we will contact you with more information about your company and set up a first meeting. We will do our very best to offer internships to as many students as possible.
You’re welcome to e-mail us at email@example.com if you have any further questions. We look forward to your application!
We prefer getting applications in English, but Swedish is okay.