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Hiring Graduate Interns

Expand the reach of your talent search by hiring masters-level interns from the University of Louisville. The UofL Graduate Internship Program is an innovative, unique partnership between the College of Business and the business community. Students from our Full-Time MBA, Innovation MBA, Master of Science in Accounting Analytics (MSAA) and Masters of Business Analytics (MSBA) access exceptional employment opportunities that provide real-world work experience in business settings.

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Learn More About Hiring Graduate Interns for Your Company

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Employer Highlights

  • Long-term, up to 13-month internships
  • Positions are part-time (25-30 hours per week)
  • Student intern pool available year-round, but target start dates are September (MBA, MSAA, MSBA) and February for MSBA Spring intake
  • Experience provides meaningful, challenging work that benefits the employer’s goals and the career interests of the student
  • Compensation includes a suggested hourly pay of $18-38 and coverage by the employer’s workers’ compensation insurance.
  • Interns available for daytime work hours (students attend class from 6:00 p.m.—9:30 p.m. three days a week)
  • Employer agrees to complete three evaluations of student performance based on graduate program requirements and employer expectations during the internship period
  • College of Business representatives may visit the worksite to audit the intern’s progress or for promotional purposes

The candidate pool provided by the UofL was stronger than those applicants who applied directly for our positions.”

Jason Crismore, Director, Data Analytics and Governance, Appriss

Graduate Interns

  • Interns are high-quality students currently enrolled in the UofL Full-Time MBA, MSBA, IMBA, and MSAA programs
  • Students function as conventional employees during normal work hours, subject to company standards for work performance, behavior, and appearance
  • Students understand the internship comes with no guarantee of subsequent full-time employment, and any negotiation for another position is the responsibility of the student and the company
  • College of Business representatives may visit the worksite to audit the intern’s progress or for promotional purposes
  • Students understand failure to complete the internship due to dismissal by employer may result in loss of course credit or a failing grade for the internship

Six Steps to Hiring a Graduate Intern

  • Prepare a job description
  • Meet with a member of our internship team
  • Receive candidate resumes
  • Interview candidates
  • Make selection and send offer letter
  • Welcome your new intern

Katie Jo Glesing
Corporate Outreach Coordinator—Graduate Internships
(502) 852-6296

Our Corporate Partners