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NATO ENERGY SECURITY Center of Excellence

Internship opportunities

Starting from 2013 the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence is providing a limited number of internships to young researchers from universities and research institutes. This internship programme will promote the respective work of young academics and professionals from NATO member states and partner countries.

Main intern responsibilities

Interns are invited to join the daily life of the NATO ENSEC COE and work with different projects. Depending from the Division they will be assigned to, interns will have to do research papers, write articles, participate and organize conferences, workshops, meetings, etc. ENSEC COE is looking for young experts from these areas: interrnational relations, communication, legal affairs, marketing, engineering and other programs, relevant to security or energy.

Research directions

Research directions

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For intership Candidates

Duration: 4 months

Engagement: Full-time

Candidates requirements: from NATO and NATO Partnership for Peace programme countries.

Payment: not paid

Insurance: upon responsibility of intern (to be submitted)

Accommodation: upon responsibility of the intern (to be proved)

Current interns

Laura Ulatowski, Germany

Laura Ulatowski, Germany

BA in Cultural Anthropology and a regional focus on the area of the post-Soviet space, University of Leipzig

About Laura:

Laura graduated from the University of Leipzig with a BA in Cultural Anthropology and a regional focus on the area of the post-Soviet space. Since the beginning of her studies she is concentrating on regional security and political risk related topics. Her previous internships include the NATO School Oberammergau and the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies. In September she will continue with her Master Degree at the University of St. Andrews in Middle East, Caucasus and Central Asian Security Studies.

Division:

Strategic Analysis Division