Business Internship Opportunities include, but are not limited to:
- Business Consulting
- Entrepreneurship and Start-Ups
- Real Estate
- Social Development
Whether you are looking for experience in a fast-paced for-profit organization or would prefer to apply your knowledge and work for an organization that helps the underprivileged, VACorps will customize a business internship that will help you work towards your goals and objectives.
Cape Town is home to a wide variety of Asset Management Companies, Venture Capital Firms, Start-up Accelerators, Fin-Tech Companies, Hedge Funds, Financial Consulting Firms, and Research Firms. VACorps has partnered with companies within these industries and offers custom Financial Internships in Cape Town based on your goals and objectives. These include, but are certainly not limited to:
Start-up Incubator Internships: Learn how incubator/accelerator funds make investment decisions and provide support to South Africa’s emerging businesses.
Asset Management Internships: Private equity, venture capital, listed equity, fixed income, derivatives or real estate: See how emerging market asset managers research, value, allocate and invest in their assets of choice.
Financial/Economic Research Internships: Intern at a research or consulting firm and gain perspective on how industry professionals research various assets, industries, and trends within an emerging economy.
Gain exposure to an emerging market economy: A Business and Finance Internship in Cape Town will allow you to network and learn from world-class financial professionals within an emerging market environment.
Experience a unique business culture: You will be exposed to a dynamic business culture that is in many ways similar to developed economies, and in other ways a world apart.
Work in a frontier market: Africa is widely considered to be the world’s last frontier market, and there are many South African companies at the forefront of this exciting space.
Cutting edge Fin-tech Industry: The South African Banking and Financial Services Industry has been very quick to innovate and embrace the disruptive technologies that increase efficiencies and inclusivity of the poor and previously unbanked.