We are always looking for tomorrow’s talent and to get in touch with ambitious and driven people. There’s nothing more exciting than students who challenge us to rethink things! An internship or thesis project is an excellent opportunity for you to experience first hand what it’s like to work within the Schibsted family. You have the tools and we will help you how to use them.
Open positions in Norway
The application period for summer internship projects in Norway is open between November-December.
Open positions in Sweden
The application period for summer internship projects in Sweden is open between December-January.
Meet some of our previous summer interns and learn about their experiences working with Schibsted
“I worked with Schibsted´s coastal news division to explore new opportunities within digital revenues. It was truly an exciting experience which included plenty of video calls and brainstorming with cool people. We closed down and developed a range of different concepts until we were left with one. The last week was well spent doing a Design Sprint before the final presentation of the findings and outcome for the management team.”
Hege Bellika Hansen, UiO
“This summer I was part of the Pulse team. I worked with a project that focuses on generating realistic user data for use in dev environments. It was really interesting to work on this project since I am interested in data management and like solving problems, and with the knowledge from my education I felt like I was up for the task.” Sander S. Skjulsvik, UiO
“With my minimal experience in the field of IT-infrastructure, it was with a feeling of awe I first entered the building this summer, ready to start my internship with the Schibsted Developers Foundation team. We were put directly on the production line and after a few days of intense training, we got to pick our own tasks. The learning curve was something I’ve never experienced before and I owe the whole team a huge thanks for all the help and support along the way – they made sure that we were comfortable every step of the way.”
Markus Drange, NTNU Trondheim