How to get an Internship at Microsoft

We have posted on how you could apply to Microsoft for a scholarship to help fund your studies. If you are looking for an internship at Microsoft, then this post will definitely interest you. Microsoft accepts interns and offers Technical, Business as well as MBA Internships.

How to get an Internship at Microsoft

Internship at Microsoft

If you are looking for a Technical Internship, Microsoft has the following areas to offer:

  1. Software DEvelopment
  2. Hardware Engineering
  3. User Experience
  4. Game Design
  5. Content Publishing
  6. IT & Operations

If you don’t want to waste your summer making a widget that will never see the light of day, you should definitely think of taking up an internship. And Microsoft could well, be one of the best places to be!

Taking up an internship at Microsoft could mean a lot to your career. As an intern at Microsoft, you’ll have real responsibility and real opportunities to make a difference. At the same time, you’ll also have a lot of fun with new friends and colleagues as you solve the technology challenges of the 21st century.

At Microsoft your projects matter and your team will be counting on your skills and insights. You’ll elevate your talent working along-side some of the best minds in the industry.

Visit Microsoft for more, if you decided to apply for one!

If you are about to graduate from a B-School or any of the MBA programs out there Microsoft seems to have a perfect program called Microsoft Academy of College Hires to bring you on board.

You might also want to read these Interview tips and Resume tips, which Microsoft has to offer to all its prospective employees.

Also read : How To Get Job In Microsoft.

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