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Remote Finance internships out of Spain offer a broad scope of rewarding placements in companies of all sizes, in different fields including professional sport, business, communications, real estate, taxes and labor consultancy. Interns are placed in the financial departments of companies and collaborate on daily tasks, which are often based around investment analysis.

Internship Highlights:
  • Conducting remote finance operations suited to your own skills and interests for real life companies in Spain
  • Provide research, insight and analysis of different financial variables
  • Gain international experience while interning remotely from home without having to travel
Type of host organizations:
  • A professional soccer/football club
  • Venture capital companies
  • Consultancies
  • Accountancy firms
  • Start-up businesses
Gain academic or course credit
Everything arranged for you from $1099 (approximately 1099)
Available year-round, start when you like
Intern part-time or full-time from anywhere
Choose your duration: 100, 200 or 350 hours
Personal online orientation & coaching
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Eligibility requirements and Associated career paths
Eligibility requirement

At least one year of relevant college/university study in business management, finance, accounting, entrepreneurship, or a related field. High School Students aged 16+ may be accepted, depending on the strength of their application.

Language requirements

This internship is conducted in English.

Associated career paths

Accountant, Financial Planner, Budget Analyst, Human Resources Management, Business Analysis, Operations Management, Attorney, Actuary, Investment Relations

Internship details

Remote Finance internships out of Spain offer a broad scope of rewarding placements in companies of all sizes, in different fields including professional sport, venture capital, consultancy, accountancy. Interns are placed in the financial departments of companies and collaborate on daily tasks, which are often based around investment analysis.

This is a remote internship conducted in English that you can undertake from home. Click here to view in-country Finance internships, if you would prefer to intern abroad.

As an aspiring finance professional, your ability to secure an exciting job will depend on your financial experience. This finance internship can give you that hands-on experience and boost your resume, without having to leave home!

This is an internship that is designed to suit you. There is a broad portfolio of placements available on this remote finance internship in Spain, offering scope for you to be ideally matched to a unique opportunity that suits your interests, motivations and skills. As your internship is customized to suit you, the nature of your work can vary greatly. Possible internship activities can include:

  • Identifying and analyzing financial investment opportunities
  • Conducting market or competitor research
  • Assessing the performance of past or current investments
  • Attending virtual business events and conferences
  • Planning and implementing projects, while managing budgets

Interns looking to gain experience in a specific aspect of finance should include these preferences in your application. Requests will be accommodated wherever possible, but are not guaranteed.

As a virtual Finance intern, you’ll be in regular contact with your supervisor to receive new tasks, feedback and updates on your work. You’ll attend online meetings and be proactive in seeking solutions and completing work by agreed deadlines. This internship is conducted in English. However, interns with Spanish speaking skills are welcome to use these to their advantage and develop their ability.

In all cases, interns should expect that the initial phase of their remote internship will focus on gaining some introductory knowledge. You may start by gaining an understanding or overview of what you can build upon, develop, learn, and contribute. Ensure that you ask questions and provide feedback during the introductory period, so that your supervisor understands how you’re progressing. This will help them to better understand important details, such as how quickly you learn, what you find challenging, what you find interesting, etc.

Understand and expect that individual internship experiences vary. Therefore, if you’re at a more introductory level, you should reasonably expect a more introductory internship. Likewise, if you’re interning for a shorter duration, you will have a different experience from someone who is interning for a longer duration. Placement preferences are considered but always subject to availability.

Career Benefits

Finance interns learn from a qualified and experienced supervisor, and can be involved in:
  • Analyzing investments and finding new opportunities

  • Conducting market research

  • Planning projects and managing budgets

Professional development opportunities:
  • Attend virtual events and conferences

  • Use analytical techniques to study real life new and existing investment performance

  • Experience the regular tasks of a finance professional

  • Run finances for business projects, ensuring budgets are adhered to

  • Learn about businesses revenue sources and economic control measures

  • Practice and hone Spanish language skills

  • Gain practical skills and boost your employability, with guidance from Intern Abroad HQ’s Experiential Learning Curriculum to support your learning and cultural intelligence.

What recent interns said about their experience

Yuhan Zhou
May 2021

My remote internship role was as a finance intern, which is related to the field I want to work in, in the future. Through this internship, I gained analytical skills and experience in international trade, which can be directly applied to the career path I would like to pursue. When I was assigned tasks for the internship, I realized there was a lot of new knowledge that wasn't taught in school, which I needed to develop. I gradually began to familiarize myself with my role and taught myself a lot about foreign trade. The advice I would give to future interns is to never overestimate your knowledge base and to always keep a learning mindset. This internship experience made me more sure of my self-learning ability, and I believe that in the future if I encounter a problem I have never seen before, I will use logic to analyze it.

Joshua Hattery
February 2021

Looking back on the internship, I was expecting the people I worked with to be more authoritative. However, they were always willing to listen to me and willing to change things if I wanted the program to be adapted in any way. They ensured that the internship program was focused on assisting me to learn. One overarching topic that I focused on was learning about the issues/aspects affecting international business. I think this can be very useful for my future long-term goals. With the world becoming more globalized, having this knowledge will be important no matter where I end up. I learned about international trade concepts and gained an understanding of how current events affect business. And of course, I assisted in projects whenever needed. I am really glad I got to take-away more knowledge about international trade/transactions. Overall, the outcome of the internship went well and I am glad I did it!

Cassandra Carbon
May 2020

During my remote internship, I have learned more about different financial approaches used between the US and Spain. I have learned a lot in the week and the topics that are required for me to educate myself on are topics that I’ve never had experience in having. I have taken a lot of college courses and I have yet to learn about double taxation in my classes. I love the supervisors that I am working with that are not only willing to teach me but are eager to answer questions I may have. In the short term, these activities have been helpful in learning about the international business that is happening behind the scenes of businesses that conduct business from places other than the US. In the long term, this has really opened my eyes on the differences between Spain and the US, financially.


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Program fees

It’s free to apply for this internship. Once we have reviewed your suitability and accepted you onto this program, you’ll need to pay a deposit of US$499 to confirm your place. The remaining balance of your Program Fee (less your initial US$499 deposit payment) will be due within 7 days of being assigned a placement.

Program Fee
100 hours (3 weeks full time, or 5 weeks part time) $1,099
250 hours (8 weeks full time, or 12 weeks part time) $1,499
350 hours (13 weeks full time, or 17 weeks part time) $1,799
  • Dedicated support before, during, and after your internship
  • Sourcing and securing your internship placement
  • Personalization of your internship plan
  • Orientation and coaching with your supervisor
  • Documented portfolio of your experiential learnings
  • Academic credit facilitation
  • International reference letter
  • Certificate of Internship Completion
  • A deposit of $499 (approximately 499) is required to secure your internship
  • Balance of your Program Fee is due within 7 days of being assigned a placement.
  • All payments attract a 5% transaction fee to cover international banking fees and currency charges.
  • International wire transfer payments attract a minimum fee of $75 USD.
  • Terms and Conditions apply.