Infosys to host 125 interns from all over globe
The Infosys brand name has started attracting scores of aspiring professionals from all across the globe who are seeking an exposure to India through one of the most respected companies.
The company is expecting 125 interns from leading US, European and Asian Universities at its Bangalore campus this year as part of its internship programme 'In-step'.
The first batch of 50 interns has already joined the company for the training programme, a statement from Infosys said.
The interns represent 81 universities from the US, Canada, Mexico, France, Germany, Korea and the Philippines etc. In its seventh year, InStep received over 12,000 applications for 125 positions annually.
"Infosys is today seen as an internship destination of choice since it allows students the opportunity to undertake challenging assignments that allow them to gain an understanding of emerging markets," Professor of Finance at MIT Sloan Antoinette Schoar said.
InStep, started in 1999, is an eight to 24-week internship programme that gives select students hands-on experience across various projects ranging from application development to business consulting, in practices that include Marketing, Corporate Planning, Education & Research, Enterprise Solutions and Software Engineering & Technology Laboratories (SETLabs).