Interested in an internship in international education management with our office? Look no further! Read more about our internship opportunities for 2020 below.
|Organizational unit:||Summer Programmes Office, Graduate School of Social Sciences, University of Amsterdam|
|Positions open:||2 internships (both same format and duration)|
|Dates and duration:||1 February - 31 July 2020 (6 months)|
|Application deadline:||1 December 2019|
The Summer Programmes Office (SPO), part of the Graduate School of Social Sciences at the University of Amsterdam, is seeking the support of two interns from 1 February to Friday, 31 July 2020. Our office offers a variety of short-term programmes between the months of June and August for international students.
This position is initially for 24 hours per week during the planning period (from February until roughly mid-May), and then increases to 32 hours per week during the running of the programmes (roughly mid-May until end of internship). Depending on the time of year, such as in the summer, these hours may be spread throughout the week or weekends, depending on the needs of the Summer Programmes Office and the programmes we organize.
This is an excellent opportunity to become familiar with the world of study abroad from a European perspective, and to immerse yourself in a thoroughly international academic environment. Working at the Summer Programmes Office can be a fast-paced and incredibly rewarding experience. We expect to host 30 programmes with around 500-600 students this summer. Students come from across the world and will be studying various subjects within the social and behavioural sciences.
Please ensure you match the following profile:
A housing stipend (€350) and a small stipend (€250) will be offered on a monthly basis. Lunch is provided on week days while programmes are running during the summer. We will also provide the intern with a museum card. You will also have the rare opportunity to be part of a dynamic and exciting educational environment and team within the University of Amsterdam. Please note that you are responsible for your own health insurance while in the Netherlands and may be required to show proof of insurance.
To apply, please send the following by Monday, 2 December 2019:
All application documents must be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are looking forward to receiving your application!
If the candidate is successful, the intern will sign a Traineeship Agreement to work towards their own educational and professional goals as well as those of the Summer Programmes Office. Grace Yano, the Programme Manager, will act as the supervisor throughout the internship.
If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted by email. If necessary, an interview via Skype is also possible.