[Maastricht University] Internship possibilities at IGIR
The Institute for Globalisation and International Regulation currently has two vacancies for Academic Interns.
Excellent students with good English language skills and a strong interest in international economic law (including international trade, investment and intellectual property) are invited to apply.
Academic interns provide support to IGIR staff in their research and administrative activities (maximum 8 hours per week).
The position is unpaid, but interns benefit from involvement in IGIR activities such as the weekly research lunch meetings, annual PhD seminar, ongoing consultancy projects and professional training work.
An internship at IGIR provides an excellent opportunity for students to familiarise themselves with this fascinating legal area and gain practical skills.
Interested students are invited to send their CVs, grade lists and a letter of motivation to Denise Prevost. Shortlisted applicants will be invited for an interview.