The GIP Selection & Application Process

The GIP application process is an evaluation in three rounds consisting of a short listing process and two rounds of interview. All applicants are therefore requested to provide the complete required information and documents before the interview process.

Overview Submission of Applications First Interview Final Interview


For a start, applicants should have a level of English proficiency that enables them to work in a challenging and dynamic work environment. Applicants who meet the program’s eligibility requirements and objectives will be invited to Round 1 of interviews with the GIP Manager at the GIA office. The interviews will be conducted in English. The interview will assess the applicant’s communication skills and general understanding of the industry and also aims to find out about his professional goals and interests.

Submission of Applications

Submit all the following documents to the GIA, either as physical copy to: General Insurance Association of Singapore – GIP Manager, 180 Cecil Street, #15-01, Bangkok Bank Building Singapore 069546 or through email at before the application deadline.

  • GIP Application Form
  • Latest resume
  • Latest University transcripts
  • Photocopy of 'A' levels transcripts or equivalent certificate
  • 2 Testimonials
  • Copies of any other related certificates of achievement, such as technical/trade colleges apprenticeships, additional language or skills, etc.

* For male applicants, please provide your National Service (NS) Testimonial

First Interview

The shortlisted applicants will be notified by email or phone to proceed to the 1st interview conducted by the GIA Executive Panel. The objective of the interview is to further discuss the applicant’s career aspirations, provide a broader view of the general insurance industry and further expand the applicant’s knowledge of the industry. This stage will help achieve the right fit internship placement.

Final Interview

The final interview process is conducted by the host company. At the interview, the successful applicant will be scheduled to meet his potential host company mentor, HR practitioner or CEO to be further interviewed for confirmation. The Internship appointment letter will be signed upon confirmation of a successful interview.