CCCS Internship Programme

We offer internship opportunities to students and mid-career applicants who are interested in an enriching and intellectually challenging experience with us.

CCCS interns are assigned challenging projects and meaningful work assignments that are based on your interests as well as your field of study. If you are selected to be our intern, you can look forward to valuable guidance and feedback throughout your internship journey with us. The experience will certainly enrich you personally, and enhance your employability.

The application period for mid-year internship programme 2019 is closed. Interested students who wish to apply for the year-end internship can start to send in your CVs in September 2019. Please send your CVs and relevant supporting documents to


Here are some comments on the internship from our past interns:

"Throughout the whole internship, I was given countless opportunities for personal development. This was mainly possible due to the highly talented and approachable colleagues, especially my mentors, Timothy and Justina, who consistently offers valuable insights into my work. I definitely enjoyed my 14 weeks of internship with CCCS and will highly recommend students who are interested in Economics, especially competition Economics, to consider CCCS as one of their top choice for internship."

-Lee Yan Ru, NUS Year 3

“CCCS ensures that interns are engaged in real work and values contributions made by interns.  As a HR intern, I was given great opportunities to embark on projects that can potentially turn into real company policies. This provides a setting where students like me learn the real-world applications of theoretical knowledge. “You often end up doing meagre tasks or perform unrelated functions during an internship?” Not the case at CCCS, definitely.”

-Kenny Sng, NTU Year 3

“Personally, my experience in CCCS has been more than satisfying. Other than being challenged to learn about competition policies in ASEAN Member States and research on models of cooperation in regional competition regimes in a short span of time, the defining part of the internship comes from the people who have left footprints in my life. Through the course of my internship, my colleagues have given me many valuable insights into the work in CCCS, especially Wee Guan and Eugene, who were very patient in guiding me through my internship project as well as challenging my thoughts. Though my experience at CCCS lasted only 10 weeks, but I certainly hope to keep in touch with everyone I have met during my time here and build upon this experience in years to come.”

-Ow Hui Wen, NUS Year 3