Hey Master students,
Up for writing your Master’s Thesis with us in January 2019?
Here is your chance to join our 20 weeks Thesis Intern program and deep dive into one of our exciting thesis scopes. You’ll be supervised by our experienced employees and work with some real challenges within our teams.
It is a great way to see the technology and business side of a fast-growing company and gain in-depth knowledge of what it is like to be a Spotify employee.
We’re looking for enthusiastic students with a passion for music and an ambition to go far. You’ll need to be on the last year of your studies, currently studying at a Swedish university or campus and be able to start your Master Thesis project in January 2019.
Algorithmic content recommendation research
We would like a Thesis Intern to investigate in attitudes and behaviours in algorithmic personalisation among end users in Asia. You’ll be doing a qualitative study of how people understand, interpret and react to algorithmic content recommendation and curation, and how that compares to the West. You’ll work with a combination of primary and secondary data.
Courses: Social Science or Humanities with digital culture focus
Skills: Knowledge in social scientific theory in the area of digital life and qualitative research methods
This thesis projects will be run in Stockholm and we will pay you 35 000 SEK (before tax) for your thesis (note that we can’t cover things like relocation, housing, or travel expenses). Keep in mind that the suggestion is just a first draft and might change until you start in January 2019.
Please submit your resume and cover letter by October 21st, 23:59 PM. Our Spotify Student Recruitment team will get back to you latest before November 1st if you have moved on to the next round.
We strongly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives, and background will lead to a better workplace for our employees and a better product for our users and our creators. This is something we value deeply and we encourage everyone to come to be a part of changing the way the world listens to music.
Wanna know more about our thesis scopes and the thesis program? Sign up for our Info session, October 17th, down below