Interns at Opera

“My internship at Opera has allowed me to grow tremendously–both personally and professionally. I am both inspired and intrigued by my professional colleagues with over 55 nationalities! I'm proud of being part of the Opera team and feel privileged to have this job."
Cecilie Løvestam, HR Intern

“Opera has offered me an amazing opportunity to work for an international company with people from all over the world and to have fun while doing so. The Opera culture is dynamic and playful, and I love the fact that I can work on various projects simultaneously and have flexible working hours."
Christina Tulcidas, Web Design Intern

Internships at Opera Software

Opera’s internships offer a broad and exciting range of opportunities for summer placements.

Opera has a long-established international culture, and the value of cultural diversity has been central to our recruitment process. We take great pride in the fact that we host interns of many different nationalities every year.

Internships at Opera are often not only a summer placement, but also serve as step-stone career experiences to permanent or part-time employment with Opera.

If you are looking for an international career opportunity and ready for a challenge, check our job listing if we have any internships available. We usually start the summer internship process by February 15.

Open internship positions

Interaction Design Intern
Location(s): Göteborg
Visual Design Intern
Location(s): Oslo
  • Wroclaw
Business Intelligence Intern
Location(s): Oslo

General requirements

  • Enrollment in a 4-5 year university program, or completing such a program this year.
  • Fluency in spoken and written English.
  • Creativity and ability to contribute in development and testing work.

Our culture

Opera insists on fair, non-discriminative treatment for all employees, in recruitment and in selection for promotion or training opportunities, irrespective of race, color, nationality, age, sex, ethnic origin, marital status, disability or religion. Individuals at every level share responsibility for maintaining a culture which is built on open, supportive and positive relationships, free from prejudice, stereotyping and unfair bias.