LSE IDEAS CSEEP at the Jagiellonian University invites students whose interests fall into the scope of our research to apply to our Student Internship Programme.
The internship is directed towards students from the Jagiellonian University’s Faculty of International and Political Studies (FIPS) and provides one position available each semester to work at the LSE IDEAS CSEEP at the Jagiellonian University.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the character of the work, the internship will be conducted remotely with possible access to LSE IDEAS CSEEP’s office at FIPS.
CSEEP cannot offer any funding for the intern, including a fee or a research fund.
The application process is now closed for the first installment of the 2022 Student Internship Programme. The second installment of the 2022 edition is scheduled to be announced in Q3 2022.
- Working time: up to 6 hours per week.
- Support with organisation of seminars, workshops, debates, guest lectures and other events hosted by CSEEP,
- Assistance with coordinating the Jagiellonian Forum blog and other publication activities,
- Research support for LSE IDEAS Visiting Fellow.
- Official affiliation with the LSE IDEAS CSEEP at the Jagiellonian University,
- Opportunity to gain experience in an international network of academic experts and academic institutions,
- Access to CSEEP’s know-how in the field of organisational skills and logistics,
- A welcoming team.
If accepted, we ask you to provide an agreement to the processing of your personal data pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (the so-called RODO).
- Proficiency in the English language
- Organizational skills
- Ability to work in an international environment
- Personal academic experience
- Interest in the region of Central and Eastern Europe
- Assessment of the applicant’s curriculum vitae, with a particular emphasis on their experience, including academic experience (30% of the final results).
- The candidate’s motivational letter, with a particular emphasis on skills, background, motivation, goals, and the likely benefit to the centre provided by the applicant (40% of the final results).
- Language skills manifested in the CV and motivational letter, which will enable formal communication with partners at the LSE IDEAS and academic experts (30% of the final results).
Based on a ranking of the applicants consisting of the sum total of their points, selected candidates will be invited for an interview.
Applications are evaluated by the LSE IDEAS CSEEP’s team at JU.