Bank of Uganda Internship 2018 – Undergraduate February Intake

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Job Title:    Bank of Uganda Internship 2018

Organization: Bank of Uganda (BoU)

Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda

About BOU:

Bank of Uganda Internship 2018: The Bank of Uganda (BoU) is the Central Bank of the Republic of Uganda. It was opened on the 15th August 1966. It is 100% owned by the Government of Uganda but it is not a government Department.  Bank of Uganda conducts all its activities in close association with the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development (MoFPED). Bank of Uganda is responsible for monetary policy and maintaining price stability.

About Bank of Uganda Internship Program:

Bank of Uganda Internship 2018: Bank of Uganda is continually in search of the brightest and most talented individuals. The Bank is an equal opportunity employer with a dedicated and committed diverse workforce. Bank of Uganda’s internship programme offers a wide range of opportunities for students to gain insight and appreciation of the technical and administrative implementation of Central Banking programmes and knowledge in a conducive working environment of the Bank.

Job Summary: The Purpose of the Bank of Uganda Internship Programme is to;

  • Provide a framework by which continuing students from diverse academic backgrounds may be assigned to various Bank of Uganda departments where their educational experience can be enhanced through practical and hands-on-training in a real work setting.
  • Expose students and deepen their knowledge and understanding to the work of Bank of Uganda, the Bank values and goals.
  • Expose students to the various professional disciplines and culture within their areas of specialization. 

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 

The applicants should be students in their second (2nd) Year of study.

NB: Period of internship will be for one (1) month. .

How to Apply:

All suitably qualified and interested candidates who wish to join the Bank of Uganda in the aforementioned capacity are encouraged to send the following documents;

  • Application letter
  • Introductory letter from the university
  • First Year results indicating the applicants CGPA (the CGPA should be at least 3.6).
  • Applicants should be in their second (2nd) Year of study.

The completed applications should be delivered to the Bank of Uganda Headquarters, Plot 37/45 Kampala Road and should be addressed to:

The Director,

Human Resource Department,

Bank of Uganda,

P.O Box 7120,

Kampala, Uganda

Deadline: Applications for the February intake should be submitted between 1st and 30th November of the preceding Year

The Bank however, reserves the right to appoint an intern in line with set criteria as deemed fit.

Bank of Uganda Internship 2018 – February Intake

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  1. Good evening, am Ogol Arnold by name at Uganda christian university perusing a bachelor degree of science in information technology , initially i had applied for an internship program in December 2016 thus for may-august 2017 intake but am worried because ever since i haven’t yet got any feedback about it. please in would want to know whether i qualified.

    • Hello Arnold,

      The bank of Uganda Internship is quite competitive with many applicants from all over the country.
      Therefore, if they do not contact you it implies that you were unsuccessful unfortunately.

      However, keep trying other opportunities on our website. You never know!

      Stay blessed.

  2. Hello Bank of Uganda
    My name is TIBAMWENDA IGNITIAS pursuing Bachelors degree in Business administration from Gulu University in my second year and i wanted to do my intern with you but the intake is in February and during that period we are always in class.Therefore, don’t you have any other intake like for June when we are in the semester break and if not how can i also get a chance to have training from Bank of Uganda?

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