INU Internship Program
About the Internship Program
International Network of Universities (INU) recognises the increasing demand for students to experience work placements in a global setting. In order to facilitate a work-based educational experience, INU has established an Internship Program which enables member universities to advertise role available at their institution, to students studying at other INU member universities.
The INU Internship Programme offers short-term international mobility and experiential learning at participating INU member institutions.
Internships open to applications:
|International Center, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain||
Job title: Intern at International Center
Duration: 6-12 months
Deadline to apply: 30th April 2023
- Applicants must be enrolled as a student at an INU member university.
- Applicants must have a good working knowledge of English and basic language skills for the country the role is being offered in.
- Applicants must be available to attend the internship during the dates advertised
Financial and Practical Arrangements
Benefits offered by the host University can vary so please do check the job description for details relating to the role you are applying for. Occassionally, the host university may be able to offer free or subsidised accommodation. The host institution will be able to provide further details based on what can be offered for each specific role.
Unless specified, students will be expected to cover their own costs during their stay. Please note that some roles may be unpaid.
The host University is responsible for ensuring the selected student has the appropriate visa / eligibility to undertake the role. The host University will provide necessary advice and documents to the selected student so they can legally undertake the role in the host country. The student is responsible for ensuring they have fullfilled all the requirements according to the advice provided by the host.
Complete the “INU Internship Application Form“and return this with supporting document to INU Coordinator (via email firstname.lastname@example.org) before the deadline. INU Coordinator will then share your application with the host INU Member University for consideration.
Supporting documents required include:
- CV or Resume
- Degree transcript
- Language competency certificates
- Students must seek approval from the relevant department at their home institution. A signed letter of support from your University must be provided.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Host university is responsible for selecting the preferred candidate for the role and taking forward the arrangements. The host University may contact applicants to arrange Zoom/ MS Teams interviews before coming to a decision.
A decision will be made based on the application, interview, supporting documents, skills and experience, as required by the role and outlined in the job description. Successful applicants will be contacted, and details of the internship arranged by the host institution.
Reporting on the experience
During the internship, the selected student will be asked to provide INU with photos and a quote about their experience, which can be used on INU website and social media.
Following the completion of the Internship Program, students will be asked to complete a brief survey reporting about the learning experience.
We are looking forward to receiving your application!
Questions? Contact the INU Coordinator.