Information about internships at the Eastern Europe Studies Centre
An internship at the Centre will afford you the chance to participate in interesting events, familiarise yourself with the subtleties of implementing international and national projects, as well as contribute to the development of analytical content. If you are proactive, hungry for knowledge and keen to work on a dynamic team, don’t miss the opportunity for this meaningful experience.
The Eastern Europe Studies Centre bases its work on high requirements for quality, impartiality and transparency. As a team, we follow the highest standards of professionalism and expertise and encourage a diversity of views. The EESC offers the opportunity to work in an environment, which values various perspectives of thought and nurtures the courage to face intellectual challenges.
What do we offer?
Internships at the Eastern Europe Studies Centre afford students or recent graduates the opportunity to obtain direct practical experience related to foreign policy analysis, event monitoring, information gathering and processing, the writing of analytical studies and articles, as well as project planning and the opportunity to participate in high level events.
- Be enrolled in a bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate programme, or have graduated from one within the past two years.
- Good English language skills. Other foreign languages, particularly Russian, are an advantage.
The applicant’s work, academic and volunteering experience is also taken into account. Experience with project management, visual design, social media management, text editing and event planning can also be an advantage.
Ši praktika gali būti itin naudinga tiems studentams, kuriuos domina Lietuvos užsienio politika, saugumo temos, tarptautiniai santykiai, transatlantinė partnerystė ar Rytų partnerystės šalių politika. Praktikos metu dirbsite su savo sritį puikiai išmanančiais žmonėmis, kurie yra draugiški, paslaugūs ir visuomet pasirengę padėti.
Simona, Lithuania, 22
I was able to be involved in conference and research preparation, which was an excellent way to tie together my academic career with real world issues that our world is facing and will face into the future. Working in the realm of policy analysis within the Baltic region is full of complicating factors, and I gained critical tools for research and writing through my work with the EESC.
Maddie, The USA
I deepened my knowledge of the approaches developed by the EU and EaP countries to address hybrid threats and how the EU is developing its neighbourhood policy. These experiences were very useful for the development of my PhD project as they helped me to understand which the major obstacles encountered by the EU and its member states in dealing with hybrid threats
Michael, Italy, 29