Morgan Stanley Internship Profile
- “The networking opportunities are phenomenal!”
- “I learned something new every hour of the day.”
- “High level of responsibility. Willingness to teach. Approachable attitude of associates and VPs.”
- Respondents were particularly impressed with their compensation and access to upper management.
Industries: Financial Services
Locations: New York, NY; London, United Kingdom; Tokyo, Japan; Budapest, Hungary; Hong Kong, Hong Kong; Shanghai, China; Mumbai, India; Montreal, Canada
Number of Interns: 101 +, 1,100
Compensation/Benefits: Paid, Paid - $12,000 / internship; Benefits: Health Care and Dental. Perks: Gym Membership; Meals; Relocation Stipend; Seminars; Speaker Series; Travel
Length: 6 to 12 weeks, 10 weeks (Summer)
Responsibilities: Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Operations, Research, Technology
Morgan Stanley is one of the world’s leading financial services companies with approximately $31.6 billion in revenue and more than 62,000 employees around the globe. Among the firm’s services are investment banking, investment management, financial advising, prime brokerage, sales and trading, and research. The firm’s clients include corporations, governments, financial institutions, and individuals.
Morgan Stanley offers a variety of internship programs for both undergraduates and advanced degree candidates. Undergraduates participate in the Summer Analyst program through which they focus on real business projects within one of the following areas: company management, institutional securities, investment management, operations, technology, and wealth management. Those pursuing advanced degrees can work in institutional securities or wealth management through the Summer Associate internship. Morgan Stanley interns work as part of the team, creating work product and contributing to live deals depending on their focus areas. Many interns are assigned multi-week project assignments, which they present at the conclusion of the internship. Interns are offered various networking and training opportunities.
November. Apply online. See Morgan Stanley’s website for interview preparation materials.
Interested undergraduate students in their sophomore year or above should apply to the Summer Analyst program, and interested MBA, MFE, and PhD candidates should apply to the Summer Associate program. A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 is required.