🚀 Internship

Intern, Oxford Analyst – Fall 2023 (Off-Cycle)

🚀 Off-cycle


⌛ 3d left
Apply by May 28


  • The Fall 2023 (Off-Cycle) Intern, Oxford Analyst will work across investment, development, strategy, asset, and portfolio management functions. Key responsibilities will include analysis of real estate investments and development / leasing opportunities, market research, and supporting all asset classes and regional teams on transaction executions.
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Area of Responsibilities



  • Financial analysis of a wide range of real estate transactions, including Excel-based modelling of real estate cash flows and research to support key underwriting assumptions 
  • Analysis and interpretation of real estate, economic and public company data, including financial statements, to conduct valuation and operational benchmarking 
  • Preparation of documents for internal and external purposes, including assembly of investment committee memos, strategy papers and presentations to partners 
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  • 1-2 remaining years of study (whether a final year of an undergraduate / postgraduate degree or having completed an undergraduate degree with a position secured to undertake a one-year postgraduate degree). Oxford Properties’ intention being to provide a full-time offer upon graduation the following year, subject to performance and resourcing requirements 
  • Completed their undergraduate / postgraduate study and available if the internship was to be converted into a full-time position (subject to performance and resourcing requirements)

Other requirements:

  • Robust analytical and technical / financial modelling skills, as demonstrated either through work experience or academics (strong grades in transcript would be an advantage) 
  • Experience in investment / financial analysis and transaction support, preferably within commercial real estate, an advantage 
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word) 
  • A desire and interest for a career in real estate
  • Experience in presentation preparation and research 
  • Strong communication skills (both verbal and written) 
  • Willingness to work across time zones and geographies in Europe from time to time, as required 
  • Team player; self-starter; professional and positive attitude; diligent, able to take initiative and work in a dynamic environment 
  • Ability to work well within a small, relatively flat team Fluency in English. Fluency in German, French or other languages aligned with Oxford’s strategy would be an advantage 
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Education requirements

Final Year