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Location: Brussels, Belgium
Duration: 6 months term (renewal possible for one term of 6 months)
Hours: Full-time (38 hrs/week)
Allowance: around 975 €/month plus meal tickets and transport allowance

Role description:
EFRAG is offering internships in its financial reporting and sustainability reporting activities.
As an intern, you will be expected to either:

  • Support the EFRAG financial reporting work in influencing the development of IFRS Accounting Standards (including projects on the IASB workplan and EFRAG’s proactive research projects) and providing endorsement advice on IFRS Accounting Standards. There is also an opportunity to work on EFRAG’s research project on the connectivity between financial and sustainability reporting; or
  • Support the EFRAG sustainability reporting work in developing draft European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS).

The internship role entails giving support to the work conducted by the EFRAG technical staff in drafting of technical documents, regular engagement with EFRAG’s governance bodies (EFRAG Reporting Technical Expert Groups and Reporting Boards), working groups and
outreach to a broad range of external stakeholders including preparers, users, national standard setters, auditors, regulators.

Through the internship, you will gain a unique professional experience in corporate reporting standard-setting in a dynamic and multi-cultural environment and have access to and direct interaction with a rich network of corporate reporting stakeholders.

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For an internship in financial reporting, you must have a university degree or be in the final year of your Master in accounting including having taken advance courses on IFRS related topics.

For an internship in sustainability reporting, you must have a university degree or be in the final year of your Master in sustainability or the following related subjects: accounting, business, finance, economics, law.

In addition, the following is expected of interns:

  • Intellectual curiosity and keenness to learn more about either financial or sustainability reporting standard-setting;
  • Can demonstrate a basic awareness of main reporting Standards and frameworks;
  • Ability to gather and analyse qualitative and quantitative data, draft high-quality short reports;
  • A good team player;
  • Proactive, organised individuals that are capable of managing multiple tasks and communicate regularly to manage expectations;
  • Good communication skills with proficiency in both written and spoken English;
  • Have EEA nationality and be willing to relocate to Brussels during the internship.


EFRAG is a Non-Profit Organisation established in 2001 with the encouragement of the European Commission to serve the public interest. EFRAG’s activities are organised in two pillars:

Financial Reporting Pillar: influencing the development of IFRS Accounting Standards from a European perspective and how they contribute to the efficiency of capital markets and providing endorsement advice on IFRS Accounting Standards to the European Commission.

Sustainability Reporting Pillar: developing draft EU Sustainability Reporting Standards (draft ESRS) and related amendments for the European Commission.

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Submit your CV and motivation letter to

EFRAG is recruiting interns on a continual basis.

Should you have any question, please contact Caroline Martins (EFRAG Media & Communications Manager) using

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