Monday, 9 October 2017

Junior Fellows Internship at United Nations University

The United Nations University Office of the Rector recruits highly qualified applicants to work as Junior Fellows at the UNU headquarters in Tokyo. Junior Fellows are recruited through a competitive application process twice per year. Graduate students interested in the work of the United Nations — and in particular, UNU — are encouraged to apply.
The underlying principles of the Junior Fellows Internship Programme at the Office of the Rector are centred on creating a dynamic, challenging and rewarding experience for graduate level students and young professionals. Successful candidates will contribute to the work of the Office of the Rector, the United Nations University, and the UN system as a whole. The programme provides opportunities for the development of new skills and knowledge and is a unique and constructive setting for the practical application of capacities acquired through graduate studies.
The programme places a strong emphasis on the training, guidance, and hands-on experience that form the foundation of a successful and beneficial internship. The programme opens with a one-week orientation designed to familiarize junior fellows with UNU, their co-workers, facilities and the working processes within the Office of the Rector. The knowledge and practical experience gained will also be beneficial to those candidates seeking a career in the United Nations. Junior fellows at the Office of the Rector can expect to gain valuable work experience while contributing in meaningful ways to UNU’s mission.
The purpose of the Junior Fellows Internship Programme at the Office of the Rector is:
to promote interaction and dialogue between young scholars, professionals and UNU;
to familiarize junior fellows with the activities of the Office of the Rector and the work of UNU;
to provide opportunities for young professionals to gain in-depth, hands-on experience in a UN agency;
to expose young professionals to an administrative working environment, and;
to provide support to activities within the Office of the Rector.
Running parallel to most university semesters, Junior Fellows are selected twice per year, once in May-June for the fall term and once in September-October for the spring term. The fall term begins in mid-August and lasts until mid-December. Starting 2016, the spring term will run from mid-January to the end of June. Visit the Application Process page for the specific dates for each term.
Junior Fellows work full time during the regular working hours of the University: 9:30–17:30, Monday to Friday. Weekends and official UNU holidays are days off. In addition, Junior Fellows are entitled to 1 day of leave per month. Junior Fellows are provided office space and facilities, as appropriate for their work, and are provided a monthly stipend in addition to a fixed transportation allowance for their commute to and from the UNU headquarters building. Junior Fellows also enjoy free access to the headquarters’ library and gym and have the unique opportunity to learn about, contribute to and provide assistance in the organization of conferences, lectures and academic forums and symposiums that take place throughout the year.
Participants in this programme have the opportunity to engage in a number of ongoing initiatives that provide a unique window into the working processes of the University. Junior Fellows support the work of the Office of the Rector in the following areas:
research and writing for institutional development: preparation of executive briefs on priority issues; background research and drafting of topical information briefs in support of internal policy development (i.e. related to the functioning of the University);
planning: supporting the development of project management tools and systems;
event coordination: supporting the organization of lectures, conferences, workshops, and other public events;
meeting coordination: logistical support and minute taking;
editorial support: proof-reading reports and copy editing;
communication: preparation and dissemination of newsletters, event summaries, and other communication documents.
The qualifications that are considered in each application process include, but are not limited to, the following. The candidate:
is currently pursuing or has recently completed postgraduate studies (master’s or doctoral), preferably in a field related to the University’s work;
is under 32 years of age at the time of application;
must not have more than 5 years of work experience in their related field;
has a native or near fluent command of written and spoken English;
has excellent research, writing and analytical skills;
can establish and maintain effective working relations with people from diverse backgrounds;
demonstrates resourcefulness and creativity in problem-solving;
has advanced computer skills: sound, hands-on, knowledge of standard office software (word processing, spreadsheets, databases, etc.); and
has a demonstrated interest in the work of the United Nations and more specifically, in the work of the United Nations University.

Friday, 6 October 2017

Intern Saab EU Affairs & NATO Office

The Saab EU Affairs & NATO Office is looking for an intern for a period of six months during spring 2018. The position will provide the successful candidate with an interesting work environment as well as with the opportunity to work in a leading company developing cutting-edge technologies for the EU and global market.
Research and analysis support;
Monitoring and reporting on EU legislative and policy developments in the fields of defence, security, aeronautics and space;
Following meetings, seminars, workshops and conferences on behalf of Saab’s Brussels Office and reporting back to our Head of Office;
Closely following the work of the European Commission, the European Parliament, the European Council and the European Defence Agency;
Drafting and editing our quarterly newsletter;
Office management (administration, meeting preparations, office supplies etc.).
University degree within relevant field (social sciences, law, economics, or business administration);
Specialisation or postgraduate diploma with relevance to the EU institutional environment;
Professional fluency in one of the Nordic languages;
Fluent English (speaking, writing);
Excellent social skills in order to interact and engage with colleagues and external stakeholders;
Eye for detail, organisational skills and ability to deliver under time pressure.
Preferred profile
Completion of a traineeship (‘stage’) within the European Institutions;
Previous experience from working with issues of relevance to defence or security policy;
Fluency in French.

Internship Dods EU Monitoring

Job details:
Dods EU Monitoring is the leading provider of fast and accurate information about developments in EU affairs. We provide tailored political intelligence and analysis to the EU public affairs community.
Dods is looking for an Intern to support its EU monitoring team in Brussels for approximatively five months. The role would suit a recent graduate in European studies and with a very good command of English language. The internship is paid and will last 5 months.
Role will involve:
Preparing and editing agendas;
Supporting consultants in their daily monitoring tasks including research for clients;
Writing reports in English on the basis of parliamentary committee meetings/plenary debates and press conferences.
Very good command of English language;
EU studies, good knowledge of EU legislative procedures;
Reliable, good team player;
Understanding EU agriculture and/or EU fisheries policies would be an asset.
Starting date: November 1 2017
Job Contact: Please send your CV and a covering letter to with intern position in the subject line of the email.
Deadline for applying: October 10 2017
Don't forget to mention EuroBrussels when applying.

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Swedish Research Council International Postdoctoral Grant

Deadline: 19 September 2017
Open to: international students, individual researcher who has completed a doctoral degree no more than two years ago
Grant: 110,114.83 EUR per year
The Swedish Research Council is now accepting applications for International Postdoc Grant for January 2018 start.  The purpose of the grant is to give recently qualified researchers with a doctoral degree from a Swedish university the opportunity to expand their networks and their competencies by working abroad under secure employment terms.
The Swedish Research Council priority target groups are researchers since financing research is one of the most important missions of the Swedish Research Council. Other target groups are decision-makers, journalists, and the public. Grant is awarded in the following fields:
Humanities and Social Sciences;
Medicine and Health;
Natural and Engineering Sciences;
Educational Sciences;
Artistic Research.
The following criteria must be fulfilled in order for you to be eligible to apply for the grant:
The applicant for an international postdoc grant must be an individual researcher;
You must hold a doctoral degree from a Swedish university or the European University Institute (EUI), awarded no more than two years before the deadline for this call;
International students are eligible to apply for this scholarship programme;
Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.
Grants from the Swedish Research Council shall be administered by a Swedish university or HEI or another Swedish public organisation that fulfils our criteria for administrating organizations. To apply, your organisation must, therefore, be approved as an administrating organisation.
If you are awarded a grant, you must be employed by the administrating organisation when the grant period starts and throughout the grant period, unless the Swedish Research Council, the administrating organisation or any other employer agree otherwise. The administrating organisation will decide on the employment form, salary and employment terms and conditions. You are, however, expected to remain employed full-time throughout the grant period, which means that you are employed and pay tax in Sweden during your stay abroad. You do not have to be employed by the administrating organisation at the time of applying.
The grant is awarded in a standard amount of 110114.83 EUR per year.
Out of which 94384.14 EUR is for your salary costs and 15730.69 EUR for research expenses relating to your stay and the research you will be carrying out (such as consumables, travel including stays at research sites and publication costs);
The grant amount includes the cover of indirect costs. The standard amount relating to salary costs also includes social security contributions. The grant may not be used for bursaries.
The Swedish Research Council assumes that the administrating organisation, as the employer responsible, will cover any costs in excess of the standard amount received.
The grant period is 18-36 months, starting from 1 January 2018. The first payment will be made during January 2018 at the earliest.
How to apply?
You apply electronically in Prisma, which is the application system used by the Swedish Research Council. You create your application in Prisma by filling in the text fields, uploading information from your personal account, and attaching the appendices requested.
To enable you to apply, your organisation must have been approved as an administrating organisation and have created an organisation account in Prisma.
You will need to attach an appendix to some fields as instructed. The appendix must consist of one file only, and you can only attach documents in PDF format. All appendices are limited as to file size and number of pages. You will not be able to attach an appendix that exceeds the stated maximum file size.
For more information please visit the official website.

Political Internship at FOMOSO

Deadline: 31 October 2017
Open to: students interested in East-Central (including the Baltic States, Belarus & Ukraine) and/ or Southeast Europe in a political sense
Venue: online internship
As an independent and non-profit organization, FOMOSO promotes the opinion-forming about East-Central and Southeast Europe in the German-speaking world. As a think-tank, the aim of FOMOSO is to promote knowledge and interests about political processes in East-Central and Southeast Europe. On the whole, FOMOSO works on an integrative and strong Europe! The internship will consist of the following tasks:
Writing blogs, articles & commentaries (in German and/ or English);
Doing research, summaries, comparisons, and translations;
Sharing posts about interesting topics;
Willing to give inputs;
Creating polls (written);
Performing of interviews;
Improving the English version of our Website;
Optional: Marketing & Public Relations.
Please also find the other FOMOSO internship opportunity on Communication and Social Media here.
The following criteria should be fulfilled:
Students interested in East-Central (including the Baltic States, Belarus & Ukraine) and/ or Southeast Europe in a political sense;
English (Level C1/C2) and/ or German (willing to improve German);
Students who have very good writing skills;
Students who like to share ideas;
The duration of the internship is 3 to 6 months (upon consultation). It is an online internship. The working hours are flexible, in the range of 20% – 30%  hours per week. Candidates will receive a Certificate of recommendation upon completion.
How to apply?
The application deadline is 31 October 2017. You can apply by sending your CV and Motivation letter and certificates to
For more information please visit the official website.


Ipsos MORI is recruiting an intern for our Public Affairs team, who specialise in social research. The duration of the internship will be approximately 3 months and will end on the 22nd December 2017. The intern will be assigned a line manager and buddy to guide them through the internship.
Applicants must have a keen interest in social research and will have recently finished a degree, ideally within the last year. Please note that there is no guarantee of a job at the end of the internship. All applicants must have the right to work in the UK and will be paid the London Living Wage.
The intern will work on a project where they will gain exposure to, and experience in, social research as well as other key skills such as project management, IT, and qualitative and quantitative research techniques. They will develop some awareness of an understanding of the different data analysis approaches used in research.
In addition, interns should gain a good understanding of what a career in social research might entail, what is needed to progress, as well as exposure to a range of different policy areas.
Please find below a role profile which outlines what the internship would cover, and the required skills and behaviours.
Interns will get some experience of the basic research process in terms of:
Preparing and updating project plans
Checking questionnaire scripts and data files
Recruitment screening questionnaires
Developing data code frames and data table specifications
Sample checking
Managing the project email inbox and phone lines
Looking for patterns and stories in data
Involvement in development and checking of client presentations/ report structures
Working effectively with team members and suppliers
Company operating practices and quality processes
Quantitative research methods (face-to-face, telephone, postal, online)
Qualitative research methods (face-to-face, telephone)
Required Skills & Behaviours:
Strong oral and written communication skills
A keen eye for detail and accuracy
Experience with MS Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel
Excellent time management and reliability
Ability to prioritise work, deal with multiple demands at the same time and flexible when requirements change
Effective listener, open to constructive criticism, suggestions and new ideas
Able to work with a wide range of people
Client-focused, with an enthusiastic and positive attitude
Able to ask relevant questions and seek clarification where necessary
Willing to come forward with ideas and suggestions for improvement
As part of the application process we would like you to answer the below questions in your cover letter. Please include your answers in the ‘outline your reason for applying’ section. Please answer the two questions below in your own words, remembering to address all aspects of each question. Please also submit a CV, listing any relevant positions of responsibility held at school/college/university or in the community.
Please clearly outline how you meet the criteria in the person specification, and add any other relevant information in support of your application. In particular, please describe what attracts you to a social research internship at Ipsos MORI and what experience you have that makes you particularly suited to an internship at Ipsos MORI.  (max 300 words)
Please describe a time where you have worked as part of a team to achieve a common goal. What was your contribution to the team effort? How were knowledge and information shared in the team? What were the positive results achieved? (max 300 words)
This role will close on 8th September 2017 so please ensure you have submitted your application by then!  

Monday, 4 September 2017

Paid Internship at The World Bank

The World Bank offers Internship to exceptionally energetic and effective people a chance to enhance their aptitudes while working in a diverse environment. An interesting and rewarding scope for potential opportunity seekers. The World Bank Group offers unique programs that provide learning, staffing, and capacity-building opportunities for junior and mid-career professionals to experience first-hand what working at the WBG is like.
Health, Life, Accident, and Other Insurance Programs
Pension Plan
Relocation, Resettlement, and Expatriate Benefits
Paid Leave
Health Services Department
Fitness Center
Child Care
Lactation Room
Working in WBG will help staffs achieve balance in their work and personal lives as The Bank strives to offer flexible work arrangements.
Candidates must have an undergraduate degree and be enrolled in a full-time graduate study program (pursuing a Master’s degree or Ph.D. with plans to return to school full-time).
Fluency in English is required. Relevant work experience, computing skills, as well as knowledge of languages such as French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Portuguese, and Chinese are advantageous.
Must be older than 18 years and not older than 60 years at time of application.
Eligible Regions: Member countries of the World Bank.
If this is your first time applying for a job with the World Bank Group (WBG), select “Create an Account” on the Sign In page through the given link in the APPLY NOW section.
Answer the “Why are you visiting this site?” pull down with “To look for a job, internship.” Once you have created an account, you will be automatically routed to sign in..
Please ensure you gather all information before you apply, as you will not be able to save your application as a draft.
If you have previously applied for a position at the World Bank Group, data from your first application will be pre-filled into the application form. You will have the opportunity to review and update this information as needed.
Reviewing vacancies / preparing to apply
Register a new account/log-in with your existing user ID
Submitting your online application
After your application / Next StepsVisit the official website to Check the Status of Your Application at any time.
Please attach the following documents (mandatory) before submitting:
Curriculum Vitae (CV)
Statement of Interest
Proof of Enrollment in a graduate degree
Note: Each file should not exceed 5 MB, and should be in one of the following formats: .doc, .docx, or .pdf
Please make sure that the filenames of the documents that you are attaching do not contain any special characters, such as “-<>&#” etc. PDF files are the best files to upload.
Once you submit your application, you will not be able to make any further changes/updates.

Application Deadline: October 31, 2017 (56 Days Remaining)

University of Cambridge Scholarships 2018/2019 for Foreign Students

The Cambridge Trust is offering Cambridge International Scholarships to pursue PhD studies for 2018-2019 academic year.
The aim of the Cambridge International Scholarships is to ensure that the 250 highest ranked students, irrespective of nationality, receive full financial support to undertake research leading to a PhD. International students are eligible for these scholarships.
 United Kingdom
Approximately 85% of the scholarships awarded each year are to students taking Masters or PhD degrees.
These are guidelines on eligibility for scholarships that are available from the Cambridge Commonwealth, European and International Trust:
Nationality: All students, irrespective of nationality, are eligible to be considered for funding by the Trust.
Status: The Trust does not accept applications from students who are part-way through a course at Cambridge, unless they are applying for funding towards a higher degree course following graduation.
To find out more about your fee status, see information on the University’s web pages for undergraduates and for postgraduates.
Degree level: Applicants must be intending to start a course at the level of undergraduate (excluding UK/EU applicants), Masters (such as MPhil, MASt, LLM), or research postgraduate (such as PhD).
Please note that the Trust does not offer many scholarships to students on undergraduate courses, and has many more scholarship programmes available to postgraduate students. Approximately 85% of the scholarships awarded each year are to students taking Masters or PhD degrees.
Eligible Regions: Open for All.
All scholarships require that you apply to the University of Cambridge via the normal online application form, and most scholarships require that you apply by the relevant deadline.

There are different procedures for applying for undergraduate study (BA and similar) and for postgraduate study (Masters, PhD and similar).

Undergraduate study:
The application deadline for the 2018 entry is 15 October 2017, 6.00 pm (UK time).
However, there are some exceptions. If you are applying for undergraduate study and wish to be interviewed in China, Malaysia or Singapore, the deadline is 20 September 2017.

Graduate study:
If you are applying for graduate study, please check and apply by the specific course deadline. Some deadlines are as early as mid-November (LLM Law) and there will be two general course deadlines of 6 December 2017 and 4 January 2018.
Application Deadline: December 5, 2017 (92 Days Remaining)

UNESCO/Czech Republic Co-Sponsored Fellowships Programme, 2018-2019

UNESCO and Czech Republic are inviting applications for fellowships programme. There is no possibility to change neither the field of study nor the study programme once the fellowship is awarded.
In order to promote human resource capacities in the developing Member States and to enhance friendship among peoples of the world, the Government of the Czech Republic has placed at the disposal of UNESCO three long-term fellowships for undergraduate studies (which comprises the Bachelor’s and Master’s study programmes for the academic year 2017-2018) for the benefit of certain developing Member States.
 Czech Republic
Facilities offered by the Government of the Czech Republic
Tuition is free of charge
A monthly allowance of 14,000 Czech Crowns (1 euro = approximately 25 crowns) for students undertaking bachelor and master’s study programmes (Should this allowance be considered insufficient, the applying Member State may consider granting a partial contribution, or, the candidate may have to seek other funds from private sources to complement this allowance)
Accommodation at the student dormitories at reduced rates (to be paid by the fellow from the monthly allowance mentioned in (2) above)
Access to meals (to be paid with the monthly allowance) in the student dining halls
Access to discounts for urban transportation
The Ministry of Health provides medical care to fellows.
(Note: The facilities [3] are provided under the same condition as for Czech students, i.e. at a relatively lower price.)
Facilities offered by UNESCO
UNESCO will cover international travel expenses within the framework of the Fellowships Programme under the Regular Programme.
Upon selection of the candidates, UNESCO will undertake the necessary action to authorize tickets to the beneficiaries before their departure for the Czech Republic. And,
A special one-time allowance of US$200 to cover transit and other miscellaneous expenses.
Requirements: English / French
There is no possibility to change neither the field of study nor the study programme once the fellowship is awarded. The donor country highly recommends the following field of studies: Medicine, Natural Resources and Environment, Forestry Engineering, Tropical Agriculture, Water and Landscape Management, Environment, Ecology and Environmental Protection, Mechanical Engineering, Energy Engineering. Preference will be given to students who will take these fields of study.
Eligible Regions: Open for All.
Apply online through given website.
All applications should be endorsed by the relevant Government body (such as the National Commission or Permanent Delegation), must be made on a Czech fellowship application form, filled out in English in electronic form until 30 September 2017
The registration will be open for application until 30 September 2017 (Midnight Paris Time). After filling out the application, the candidate is requested to submit an online motivation letter and take a test.
Application Deadline: September 30, 2017 (26 Days Remaining)

Friday, 1 September 2017


The European Parliamentary Financial Services Forum (EPFSF) is seeking to recruit a dynamic person to join the team for an internship for 6 months.
EPFSF was founded in May 2000 to foster a dialogue between the European Parliament and the financial services industry. It provides a forum for an open and informal discussion of the policy issues affecting financial services. The forum does not lobby.
We are looking for a person to assist the secretariat for the lunch events preparation, dialy follow up with members, daily up to date information on Parliament changes.
The main purposes of the forum are:
To promote integration of a single European market for financial services across national borders, which is globally competitive and to the benefit of the European economy as well as of suppliers and consumers of financial services;
To provide a focal point and resources for Members of the European Parliament interested in financial services issues as well as a forum fo industry-Parliamentary dialogue;
To deploy the joint expertise of its financial industry Members to spread factual information about financial markets and services to the European Parliament via briefs, meetings, study visits and other regular activities as appropriate.
Specific requirements include:
EU background, through university education and/or initial policy experience.
The capacity to draft and summarise texts in English and communicate clearly, both orally and in writing.
Strong time management skills and ability to work under pressure.
Capacity to collaborate effectively within an international team, requiring both cultural flexibility and a team-spirited approach.
A capacity to build networks and gather intelligence.
Additonal language skills are a plus.
Please send your CV to:
David REED, Director:  // Subject: EPFSF Traineeship //
Secretariat: Maybrit Thogersen: Tel: +32 (02) 737 69 13

Communications Intern

POSITION: FuelsEurope 12 month internship in Communications Department
START: October 2017             
FuelsEurope is looking for a 12 month intern for its Communications Department:
Purpose of the Role
Provide support to the Communication Team in daily activities, namely in :
Contributing to the development of internal & external communication material (such as Reports, Internal Newsletter, …)
Supporting websites management
Supporting social media accounts management (Twitter & LinkedIn)
Assisting in the organisation of Association events (e.g. Annual Conference and Annual Dinner)
Preparing internal and external meetings
Preparing the daily press review and summarising articles relevant to Association’s activity
Monitoring & identifying interesting conferences for speaking opportunities
FuelsEurope: Background Information
FuelsEurope represents with the EU institutions the interest of 41 companies operating refineries in the EU. Members account for almost 100% of EU petroleum refining capacity and more than 75% of EU motor fuel retail sales.
FuelsEurope aims to promote economically and environmentally sustainable refining, supply and use of petroleum products in the EU, by providing input and expert advice to the EU Institutions, Member State Governments and the wider community, thus contributing in a constructive and pro-active way to the development and implementation of EU policies and regulations.
Professional Profile:
Education & Experience
Graduate higher education
Previous experience within EU institutions or organisations working in close relationship with EU institutions
Strong interest in EU institutions /policy making
Required Skills & Competencies       
Excellent written and spoken English
Computer literate (proven experience in MS Office, CMS (WordPress))
Experienced with social media for professional purposes
Self starter and autonomous in his/her work
Strong organisation and time-management skills
Flexible and team oriented
Permit to work in the EU
Organisational Fit
Reports to the Communication Manager
The internship is remunerated.
For application, please send your CV and motivation letter to: mentioning “FuelsEurope internship in Communications” in the subject of your e-mail.

Goethe University Master Scholarships in Germany for 2017/18

Goethe University ranks among the top ten in external funding and among the top three largest universities in Germany, with three clusters of excellence in medicine, life sciences and the humanities.
Goethe University’s Master scholarship programme is a ground­breaking project, and unique in the academic landscape of Germany. For a period of five years (2016-2020) we will be of­fering 20 scholarships per year for various MSc and MA courses with a special emphasis on research.
They are seeking outstanding candidates who are interested in joining one of our MA or MSc programmes, which are deeply embedded in our strongest research units (Centers of Excellence, collaborative research centers, and LOEWE CENTERS). Please visit our website for more information on the various Master’s degree programmes (content, requirements, language of instruction etc.) supported by Goethe Goes Global.
The purpose of the scholarship is to foster your academic career, to enable you to become involved in existing research projects and to actively support you during your Master’s degree studies. A Master’s degree is the prerequisite for starting a PhD in one of Goethe University’s seminal research units.
Goethe University will provide you, as a scholarship holder, with:
A monthly stipend of 1,000 € for the standard period of study in a Master programme at Goethe-University (generally 2 years)
Excellent academic supervision by professors and academic staff who work in most cases in the university’s most distinguished research units
The option to write your Master’s thesis and other seminar papers or do an internship in their respective research unit
Support and orientation by an experienced Master’s student buddy during your studies
Access to seminars focusing on professional skills at our Graduate Academy GRADE, normally open only to PhD students and postdocs
Innovative research environment and networks to fellow scholarship holders and other advanced researchers
Career support through Goethe University’s Research Support Office
Insight and involvement in the activities of multidisciplinary research groups at Goethe University
Please note each of the Masters program has different basic requirements and thus you are requested to study the program you are applying for. However, the basic requirements are:
You are well versed in your academic discipline and particularly interested in research?
You hold or are on track for an excellent or above-average Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) from a university outside Germany?
You are looking for an interesting Master’s programme and are considering a PhD in the long run?
You want a platform to exchange ideas with other international researchers about the topics you are passionate about?
You are seeking hands-on experience in research under the supervision of excellent professors in a renowned university with state-of-the art facilities?
You are highly motivated to conduct research in a particular research unit based at Goethe University?
You need a stepping stone to start a successful, international career and funding for your Master’s programme?
Eligible Regions: Open for All
Please follow the official website to learn more and apply.
Please Note: 
The Goethe Goes Global scholarship is only available for a number of Master’s programmes at Goethe-University. In regard to the application process, the scholarship is connected to the Master’s degree programme of your choice. Therefore, the application deadlines for the Goethe Goes Global scholarships correspond with the application deadlines for the Master’s programmes. The selection processes for both the Master’s programme and the scholarship take place at the same time.

37 Full Tuition International Scholarships at University of Toronto in Canada, 2018/19

Deadline:  30 November 2017
Open to: International students
Scholarship: tuition, books, incidental fees, and full residence support for four years
The Lester B. Pearson International Scholarship Program at the University of Toronto is intended to recognize international students who demonstrate exceptional academic achievement and creativity and who are recognized as leaders within their school. A special emphasis is placed on the impact the student has had on the life of their school and community, and their future potential to contribute positively to the global community.   Awarded annually, these scholarships recognize outstanding students from around the world, including international students studying at Canadian high schools. This is U of T’s most prestigious and competitive scholarship for international students.  Each year approximately 37 students will be named Lester B. Pearson Scholars.
In order to be considered eligible to apply, you must fulfill all of the following criteria:
an international student
an original and creative thinker
committed to school and community
a high achiever in academic and creative pursuits
enthusiastic about learning and intellectual exploration
have demonstrated strong leadership skills
currently in their final year of secondary school or have graduated no earlier than June 2017
intending to begin university in the upcoming academic year (students already attending post-secondary studies cannot be considered)
The Lester B. Pearson International Scholarships will cover tuition, books, incidental fees, and full residence support for four years. The scholarship is tenable only at the University of Toronto.
To apply, you’ll need to:
Apply to study at the University of Toronto to begin your studies in 2018 and complete your application for admission by the appropriate deadlines.
Once we've received a nomination and you've applied to the university, you can complete the online Lester B. Pearson Scholarship application.
Selection Procedure: On the basis of application/eligibility criteria, approximately 37 Lester B. Pearson Scholars at the University of Toronto will be chosen annually. These scholarships are tenable only at the University of Toronto.
School Nomination deadline: November 30th, 2017; Student Application deadline: January 15th, 2018

Tuesday, 29 August 2017

PhD Scholarships for International Applicants in Denmark

Deadline: 02 November 2017
Open to: international applicants
Scholarship: the scholarship covers salary, tuition fees and a contribution towards running costs
The Lundbeck Foundation is inviting applications for Lundbeckfonden Ph.D. Scholarships to study in Denmark. International applicants are eligible to apply for this scholarship program.
The aim of the foundation’s grants is to make a significant contribution towards increasing the quality and the usability of all research-based knowledge and experience gained in the field of biomedical and health sciences in Denmark.
The Lundbeck Foundation is one of Denmark’s largest commercial foundations, worth over DKK 60 billion, and we award research grants of around DKK 500 million each year to Danish-based, biomedical sciences research – primarily in the field of brain research.
As a future Ph.D. student, you are the main applicant. You are only eligible to apply if you already hold a Master’s degree or if you gain your Master’s degree no later than three to four months after the application deadline;
The foundation stipulates that you must be registered as Ph.D. student at a university;
International applicants are eligible to apply for this scholarship program.
The scholarship amount depends on the collective agreement on which your employment is based. You will find the annual amount in the application form. This covers salary, tuition fees and a contribution towards running costs. You can also apply for partial cover if your project is co-financed. However, the application to Lundbeckfonden must mainly cover salary.
How to apply?
In order to apply, please fill the application.
For more information, please visit the official web page.

Czech Republic Government Scholarships for Developing Countries, 2018

Applications are invited for Czech Government Scholarships available for foreign nationals from developing countries to pursue Bachelor/ Master/ Doctoral degree program at public universities in the Czech Republic. The application deadline is September 30.
The Government of the Czech Republic offers scholarships within the framework of its Foreign Development Assistance in support of the study of foreign nationals.
The scholarships are intended solely to promote the studies of adults who are foreign nationals from developing third countries in need.
A limited number of scholarships are also offered to applicants from selected developing countries through UNESCO.
Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing Bachelor/ Master/ Doctoral studies/Language and preparatory studies at public universities in the Czech Republic.
Study Subject(s): Scholarships are awarded in the field of Economics, Agriculture, Informatics, Environment, and Energetics at public universities in the Czech Republic.
Scholarship Award: The scholarship covers the necessary costs related to staying and studying in the CR. The scholarship amount is regularly amended. Currently, the amount paid to students on a Bachelor’s, Master’s or follow-up Master’s study programme stands at CZK 14,000 per month, whereas the amount paid to students of a Doctoral study programme stands at CZK 15,000 per month. The above scholarship amount includes an amount designated for the payment of accommodation costs.Costs of accommodation, food, and public transport are covered by scholarship holders from the scholarship under the same conditions that apply to students who are citizens of the CR. Should healthcare exceeding standard care be required by the student, s/he shall cover it at his/her own cost. Travel expenses for traveling to the Czech Republic and back to the student’s home country are paid by the party that nominated the student to study in the CR or by the foreign national at his/her own cost.
Scholarship can be taken in the Czech Republic
The scholarships are intended solely to promote the studies of adults who are foreign nationals from developing third countries in need. Neither a citizen of the Czech Republic, nor a citizen of a member state of the European Union, nor any other foreign national with a permit to permanent residence on the territory of the Czech Republic may, therefore, be granted this type of scholarship. Furthermore, the scholarships may not be granted to persons under 18 years of age. (The applicants have to turn 18 as of 1 September of the year when they commence studies in the Czech Republic at the latest.)
In Bachelor/ Master/ Doctoral Study Programmes plus one-year Preparatory Course of the English language (Which is combined with other field-specific training): Government scholarships of this category are awarded to graduates from upper secondary schools, or Bachelor’s / Master’s degree courses, as applicable, Who can Enroll only in Study Programmes in which instruction is given in the English language. Depending on the subject area, Applicants are normally required to sit entrance Examinations at the higher education institution Concerned. Successful passing of Entrance examination constitutes a precondition for the scholarship award; or
In follow-up study Programmes Master or Doctoral Study Programmes: Government scholarships of this category are awarded to graduates of Bachelor or Master Study Programmes, respectively, Enroll in the WHO study Programmes with instruction in the English language.
Nationality: Czech Government Scholarships are available for foreign nationals from developing countries. A limited number of scholarships are also offered to applicants from selected developing countries through UNESCO.
College Admission Requirement
Entrance Requirement: Applicants must have their previous degree.
Test Requirement: No
English Language Requirements: Applicants from outside the home country will often need to meet specific English language/other language requirements in order to be able to study there.
How to Apply: All applicants shall fill in the electronic application form available on the website stated in Chapter 2 and successfully register (i.e., obtain an application identification number by sending a completed application form to the pertinent authority electronically). The applicant shall send the completed application form to the Mission in electronic form, i.e., by completing online registration.
Application Deadline: The application deadline is September 30, 2017. Prospective Applicants are advised to address Concerning their inquiries, among others, their Eligibility and the closing date for applications to the Czech Embassies in their Countries.

Internship Opportunities at Rolls Royce in UK

An internship with Rolls Royce is an amazing chance to gain invaluable experience. Whether you choose an engineering, operations or business program, you’ll make a real impact on live projects as you immerse yourself in Rolls Royce business.
 United Kingdom
Salary: £17,850 paid [pro rata]
Other benefits include:
33 days holiday, including bank holidays (pro rata)
Competitive pension
International environment
Option to donate to a charity from pre-tax pay
Great support and much more
Rolls Royce are unable to employ anyone who does not have the legal right to live and work in the UK
Check the website for detailed category-wise eligibilities
Eligible Regions: Open For All
Apply Online through given website and for detailed internships.

Friday, 18 August 2017

Open Research Intern

Springer Nature is one of the world’s leading global research, educational and professional publishers. It is home to an array of respected and trusted brands and imprints, with more than 170 years of combined history behind them, providing quality content through a range of innovative products and services. Every day, around the globe, our imprints, books, journals and resources reach millions of people, helping researchers and scientists to discover, students to learn and professionals to achieve their goals and ambitions. The company has almost 13,000 staff in over 50 countries.
Open Access Intern
Fixed Term placement for six months
London, Kings Cross
The Open Research Group (ORG) is part of Springer Nature, the world’s largest academic book publisher, publisher of the world’s highest impact journals and a pioneer in the field of open research. We are in a unique position to think differently about what publishing should mean today. By using our combined expertise, scale and the reach of our brands, we aim to grow and innovate in order to better serve academic researchers, institutions and the wider public by helping them to access, share, use and apply the very best research and information available.
The Commercial & Policy team is a horizontal function supporting the wider Open Research Group publishing units.  It is responsible for driving business strategy through business model development, pricing, policy and commercial oversight, as well as supporting new product growth. 
The role of Open Research Intern is a fantastic opportunity for a recent graduate to work for one of the world’s leading academic publishers, and to learn more about the rapidly evolving area of open research. In this role, you will be supporting the Open Research Commercial & Policy team in monitoring developments in open access policy and funding, updating our websites and documentation, and performing additional project work as required.
Perform online research, including identifying open access (OA) policy and funding information on funder and institutional websites.
Check and update records in Springer Nature’s OA funding and policy database
Carry out checks or standardisation of additional datasets as required
Check and update content on Springer Nature’s websites
Update documentation used by Springer Nature authors and staff
Support the Commercial & Policy team with additional project work as required
Experience, skills and qualifications
Undergraduate degree
Numerate and computer-literate, with a sharp eye for detail and a working knowledge of Excel
Strong communication skills, including a good standard of written English
Able to learn quickly and adapt to different tasks
Knowledge and understanding of open access publishing and open research

More information:

Thursday, 17 August 2017


An internship with one of our overseas projects offers you the opportunity to gain up to six months' practical experience in development cooperation and find out what working in the field on a daily basis in another country is really like.

During your placement you will be provided with extensive support and assigned a mentor but when we award internships in foreign countries, we also ensure that our interns are able to make a useful contribution to the work going on there and that they organize their stay in the country themselves to a large extent.

Framework conditions
Our internships last for a maximum of six months. You don't need to worry about finding accommodation in the project country, as this will be provided for you by Welthungerhilfe. In addition, we pay a monthly allowance of 200 euros.
You are responsible for procuring a visa for the country you would like to work in, although we will of course help you with this and supply you with any documents you require, such as an internship contract. Welthungerhilfe will reimburse you for the cost of the visa.
As an intern you are essentially responsible for organizing your stay yourself and will bear any expenses connected with this. The main costs will be your flights and, because we don't offer group policies for interns, international health insurance including emergency assistance, as well as accident insurance.

The projects / countries
It is possible to apply for an internship in any project countries, that are generally classified as stable.
The following project countries are marked as high risk countries and can therefore not be applied for: Afghanistan, Burundi, Central African Republic, DR Congo, Iraq, Madagascar, Mali, Niger, Pakistan, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Turkey.
The following Welthungerhilfe offices hire interns on a regular basis:
Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Kampala, Uganda (for projects in Congo, Uganda)
Monrovia, Liberia
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
You can find information on the projects of Welthungerhilfe on the following websites:
Please note that unfortunately, information is not available for publication on every project / country. You can be sure, however, that all offices mentioned on our website are currently implementing projects, even if in some cases the corresponding project descriptions are not published.
You should be aware that internships abroad are meant to provide a general overview of the work in development cooperation. Even if in a certain country a project is implemented which is of particular interest to you, it cannot be guaranteed that you will be mainly working on that project in your internship. Considering that the internship is limited to a relatively short period of a maximum of 6 months, it may very well occur that during the course of your internship you do not get any access to that project at all, e.g. due to traveling restrictions for political or climatic reasons or because the project has reached its final phase. You should therefore choose a country that you are generally interested in and describe your particular areas of interest in your letter of motivation.
In any case, you can gather very interesting experience in any of our projects. In principle, the projects are related to the following issues, while the focus may vary from case to case:
The application process:
In order to respond to frequently asked questions - please take note of the following points:
The possibility of an internship in one of our offices always depends on the current workload in the offices and the qualifications and expectations of the applicant. Normally, we do not have specific descriptions and/or timeframes/deadlines for the internships (if not separately mentioned).
Please use the information on our website to gather information about the projects in the different countries to see if the projects there fit your expectations. More detailed information going beyond what is described on the Welthungerhilfe website can only be provided once a particular office wishes to offer you an intern position.
Please do not contact the offices abroad directly!
It is not possible to apply generally according to areas of interest or for all offices/countries. Therefore, please limit your application to only one office/country per application e-mail. If you would like to apply for more than one office/country, please send a complete set of application documents for each office/country.
You can send as many applications as you want and of course you can apply again at a later date.
For organizational reasons, you should apply about 3 to 6 months before the intended period of your internship. Of course, you may also apply at a sooner or a later stage.
Even if shorter periods are generally possible, it is advisable that the internship lasts at least 2 months.
Applicants are not subject to any restriction of age, nationality, language skills in German or level of academic qualification! Anyone may apply who would like to gain a comprehensive insight into the professional field of development cooperation.
In line with the desire to afford a broad insight, we consider it to be particularly important that the internship takes place in a country other than the intern’s country of origin. This is essential to learn about the challenges of working in an international environment.
Feedback on your application
The office will contact you directly within four weeks after the receipt of your application should they be interested and able to offer you an internship.
If you haven’t heard from the office within four weeks, we are unfortunately not able to offer you an internship in your desired location. Because of the large number of applications we don’t have the capacities to send a separate letter of refusal.
Necessary documents
For us to be able to consider your application please include just the following documents (please provide all documents in English if no other language is separately mentioned!):
A completed copy of our Data Collection Form (see downloads on the right)
A detailed letter of application (see downloads on the right)
Your CV
Please send your complete application to Ms. Christine Mader:
We are looking forward to your application!!!