Although The Economist has called London its home for more than 160 years, about 80 percent of its circulation is outside the United Kingdom. A champion of free trade, internationalism and minimum government interference, The Economist also prides itself on anonymity, refusing to list the bylines of its writers.
Internships are regularly available in the foreign and business departments, and occasionally in the Britain department. Interns are treated like staff members and invited to participate in meetings and activities. Special internships are open during the year and are listed in the magazine.
Open to recent college graduates and grad students.
25 St. James?s Street
London SW1A 1HG
Phone: +44 20 78 30 70 00
Number of Interns: Less than 10
Academic Level: Recent College Graduates, Graduate Students
London, United Kingdom