Internship Opportunities

As an intern, you can look forward to working on meaningful and challenging projects. An internship with DOS will provide an enriching opportunity for you to earn valuable insights on the nature of our work and experience our culture, gaining a head start in preparation for a future career with us. During your internship, you will be working in a dynamic environment which provides excellent platform to grow personally and professionally.

Who May Apply

We welcome outstanding undergraduates majoring in Statistics, Mathematics, Economics, Accountancy or Actuarial Science to apply.

How to Apply

Each internship stint spans a minimum duration of eight weeks, and is typically offered for the period of May – July. Our internship projects, if any, will be published in Careers@Gov for application in the first quarter of the year. You may explore the website for more information on the application process and various internship opportunities.

Hear from our Past Interns

As a Statistics student, I wanted to find out how my undergraduate studies could be applied to the real world. Through this internship with DOS, I was given a chance to learn from seniors who were working on socio-demographic statistics. It was exciting to see how numbers were translated to insights regarding our population. The environment was also very supportive and inspiring. These led me to eventually join DOS full time after my graduation.

-    Tan Xue Lin, Strategic Resource and Population Intern (2015)
Currently in DOS’s Business Statistics Division


During my internship, my supervisors provided a structured and nurturing work environment for me to learn as much as possible. They encouraged me to step out beyond my comfort zone and pushed me to achieve greater things. I was also provided with the opportunity to present my statistical projects and findings to the management. Through this process, I was able to witness how meaningful the work of a statistician is. These are valuable experiences that one can never learn from textbooks.

-    Janie, Strategic Resource and Population Intern (2015)
Currently in DOS’s Business Statistics Division