Employment and work

Placements for students with the Luxembourg Trade and Investment Offices

The deadline for applications is 15 November 2019

23-LTIOAre you a young Luxembourgish student looking for work experience abroad? Are you keen to familiarise yourself with the strategy for promoting the Grand Duchy's economy worldwide? Then you might be interested in applying for one of the paid internships offered by the Ministry for the Economy: submit your application, with a covering letter, by Friday, 15 November. The Luxembourg Trade and Investment Offices in eight cities are waiting for you!

Three-month paid internships worldwide

Luxembourgish students who have earned a university diploma or a master's degree are eligible for paid internships lasting three months with the Luxembourg Trade and Investment Offices (LTIO) in eight cities - New York, San Francisco, Seoul, Tokyo, Shanghai, Tel Aviv, Abu Dhabi and Taipei, or with the embassy in New Delhi.

The aim of the internship programme is for the interns to familiarise themselves with the everyday work of the LTIO in connection with the strategy for promoting the Grand Duchy's economy. These internships are an exceptional opportunity for young people to discover an international and multicultural work environment.

Interested? Send your application, with a covering letter, by Friday, 15 November 2019 to the General Directorate for the promotion of foreign trade at the Ministry of the Economy (19-21 Boulevard Royal, L-2449 Luxembourg), for the attention of Sarah Haunert (tel.: (+352) 247-84109 / e-mail: sarah.haunert@eco.etat.lu), indicating your three preferred cities if possible.

The offices for promoting the Luxembourg economy, worldwide

The Ministry of the Economy has a network of eight LTIO providing accompaniment for Luxembourgish companies wanting to develop their activities abroad, with responsibility for the targeted promotion of the Grand Duchy's economy worldwide. The LTIO are currently established in the United States, South Korea, Japan, China, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Taiwan. Luxembourg's embassies also support this effort to promote the Grand Duchy's economy.

  • Updated 29-10-2019