Are you interested in a Global-Report internship at UNESCO?
Each year the Global Report accepts interns to assist the team in doing research and outreach/advocacy. We offer internships throughout the year.
Please note that the following information is for Global Report Internships ONLY:
Internships are full-time, i.e. based on a 5-day, 40 hours work week, but may vary depending on the individual situation.
Ideally, the length of an internship is three months.
Internships are exclusively reserved for students pursuing a graduate or postgraduate degree programme. Interns must have already completed a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) and be completing at least a Master’s degree at the time of application.
Internships are unpaid and candidates who are accepted must prove that they carry health insurance.
The Global Report cannot provide housing.
Interns are responsible for obtaining a valid visa, if necessary.
The general UNESCO policy on internships applies. For further information see UNESCO guidelines.
How to apply for an Internship:
Read Internships at UNESCO.
Submit your application to UNESCO Stageweb.
AND send a copy of your application to Anthony Krause, Chief of Policy and Research Unit, at email@example.com. Please specify which type of internship you are applying for in your e-mail: research, communications/media, or production/outreach.
IMPORTANT: If you do not send us a copy of your application, the Global Report team will not be able to know that you are applying specifically for a Global Report internship.
Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are only able to reply to shortlisted candidates.