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Graduates

Graduate Traineeship

About the Traineeship

Start your full-time career with us and spend 6 exciting weeks overseas, in one of our other offices, with new traders and developers from around the world.

Our own in-house global trainee program will teach you everything you need to set you up for success, with a combination of classroom-based courses and simulations. Once back in your home office, you’ll be paired with an experienced mentor who’ll help you thrive in the world of IMC, ensuring you continue to grow and be challenged. You’ll get a competitive compensation package, and all the coaching and mentoring you need to have an impact from day one.

If you have strong results in:

  • Physics
  • Statistics
  • Mathematics
  • Computer science
  • Engineering
  • Econometrics

Explore the possibilities with IMC.

Graduate recruitment process

Before you join the exciting world of IMC, you’ll need to go through our recruitment process. Here’s what you can expect…

Internships

Available year-round to students in their final or penultimate year, internships don’t come much better than this. Over the course of the 12+ week tailored program you’ll work on meaningful projects and make a real difference to our business. You’ll be mentored, find countless networking opportunities, be given paid housing in the heart of Amsterdam, and a highly competitive salary. And in case that wasn’t enough, we also offer, gym membership, free lunch, bike usage, and bi-weekly massages.

Career Events

At IMC, we’re always looking for talented people to help take our business into an exciting future. Watch this space.

In-House Day

22nd September 2017

IMC office, Amsterdam

X-Forum

10th October 2017

Ecole Polytechnique, Paris

Engineering Fair

19th October 2017

Imperial College, London

Careers for Mathematicians in Finance

25th October 2017

Cambridge University

Econometric Career Days

16th November 2017

Erasmus University, Rotterdam

Cambridge Computer Laboratory Annual Recruitment Fair 2017

16th November 2017

Cambridge University