Data Analyst Intern

Job Location:

Barcelona, Spain

Job Description:

Job Description


As Data Analyst Intern, you will help the Data Analyst team with their daily tasks:

  • Working with big data sets, using SQL.
  • Provide hands-on R development, data processing automation, and statistical models deployment.
  • Building both large systematic reports and small Ad-Hoc reports.
  • Developing new analyses and insights, to drive decisions and strategies for user acquisition, retention and monetization.
  • Debugging and problem solving issues to ensure delivery of accurate metrics.
  • High level metrics monitoring.


  • Part-time internship, from Monday to Friday (9h- 13h, flexible).
  • Internship in one of the most respected companies in the world of games, awarded for its originality and quality of the products.
  • Work with innovative products.
  • Chance to show own creativity, initiative and ability to deliver results.
  • Warm, relaxed, international and young atmosphere.
  • Trainings on Data structure, Game tracking system; Models and data visualization; Principles of game data analysis.

Job Requirements:


Are you serious about fun? Do you consistently seek out learning opportunities and aim to beat your high score? Are you open to new ideas, perspectives and cultures and believe that it takes a world to build a world? At Ubisoft, you’ll work alongside passionate and talented teams who are imagining the future of entertainment.

  • You are looking for an internship and you can sign an agreement with your university. 
  • At least 3rd year on graduate program in Statistics, Math, Computer Science or related field. Masters or Bachelor's degree in any of these disciplines is a plus.
  • Strong analytical and quantitative skills in applied statistics or econometric and prior experience in empirical analysis.
  • Basic knowledge of SQL and basic knowledge of analytical programming language R (other programming languages are plus).
  • Be passionate about data, creative, highly meticulous, able to work under tight deadlines and are a team player.
  • An interest in mobile F2P games.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Fluent in written and spoken English (ability to communicate in Spanish would be a plus).

Additional Information


Start your day with a Nespresso coffee or a cup of tea, more often than not accompanied by some tasty cakes or pastries to celebrate a colleague’s birthday. With flexible working hours adapted to your lifestyle, there is no need to wake up too early in the morning! You’ve got until 10am to arrive, when the daily meetings begin for each project. In our studio, downtime is most often spent socializing in the kitchen, settling disagreements via heated table football matches, honing arcade gaming skills, or carrying some newbie colleagues in online gaming.

Keep up to date with our latest news with the Monthly Studio Update (complete with more free food) and celebrate successes together with a delicious team breakfast or lunch. Enjoy awesome events and parties (Christmas, summer, team building and more) and introduce your loved ones to the studio at our annual Family Day! Ubisoft Barcelona Mobile also offers Ticket Restaurant and Transport, health insurance, access to free or discounted Ubisoft videogames, generous profitability bonuses, training and career development opportunities, on-site language classes, fresh organic fruit, 25 vacation days per year, a reduced summer schedule, as well as spontaneous, fun and sometimes crazy surprises for events such as Carnaval, Easter, Halloween & La Castanyada!

An annual performance review is conducted to help our teams develop their careers and grow with our studio, providing the opportunity for salary increases annually as part of the process, as well as an Individual Training & Development Plan.

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Contact Information:

Contact: Human Resources


December 27, 2017
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