Master thesis project: EY Blockchain internship

EY is looking for interns (or recent graduates) with Blockchain skills for the EY Technology Consulting team.

EY Blockchain Internship: Thesis Proposal
EY Blockchain Internship: Thesis Proposal

In today’s market, companies are looking for the latest technologies to improve the efficiency of their business processes. Emerging technologies, such as Blockchain, are disrupting our clients markets and require innovative solutions to remain competitive. You will have the opportunity to work with new technologies, solving real problems with your colleagues. As part of the Technology Consulting team you have a unique opportunity to work on your master thesis project and get real experience on the job in delivering projects. We expect you to do your research on a practical Blockchain subject. This could mean exploring and working on use cases, researching various types of Blockchains, etc. or maybe you already have a great idea that we should know about. We expect that you either know how to code smart contracts (e.g. in Solidity) or have the ability and mindset to pick up these skills quickly. Besides coding skills, you are fluent in Dutch and English (speech and writing), you have a hands-on mentality, are willing to travel.

Internship reward: yes

Location: Netherlands (Amsterdam office)

If you are interested in an EY Blockchain internship, do not hesitate to contact us for more information. Contact details: Thomas Rondeel ( or Francesco Lelli.

Note: Based on performance to be decided if student’s contract is prolonged after the graduation. In other words EY is committed to your success and to your career. If you will do a good job they will be happy to keep you around! 

Note 2: EY support the idea of publishing the outcome of the research conducted in the thesis. This activity can be in the form of a scientific publication and eventually part of the work can be of a patent for proper safeguard of the intellectual property. These opportunities will be reviewed on a case per case basis.


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