Undergraduate and graduate students, as well as new graduates with good knowledge of English who are interested in energy, sustainable development, and climate change issues, can apply for the internship program.
In the internship program, the interns are expected to be involved in editing and preparing documents, organizing events, improving the effectiveness of CESD’s networks, and reviewing literature and database for research projects.
Interns can benefit from the library and other facilities of the university and office space with a computer. The interns are expected to work at least two days a week for a minimum of two months period. This is a non-salaried position but it could be done in the framework of Erasmus + Programme or similar mobility programs.