The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in China regularly offers full-time internships (40 working hours) to German and Chinese university Master-level students. Internships generally cover a period of about three months. Please submit your application as much in advance as possible. The internship has to take place either from February to mid-July or from September to mid-December.
Internships with FES in China consist of assisting in office work but we make a strong effort to personalize the content of the internship and to closely match the interests of our interns with an involvement in current FES project lines.
Tasks include, but are not limited to: logistics surrounding conferences and workshops, writing of conference reports, research, documentation, office administration and support of experts and delegations. Interns may also have the opportunity to do research on their master's thesis during their internship as long as the research topic is deemed useful for the work of FES in China.
During their stay, interns will also learn about the wide range of issues and topics covered by FES in China and are encouraged to write a short-to-medium sized research paper on a topic within the range of activities of FES Shanghai.
Applicants need to be enrolled in a Chinese university and possess a valid student visa marked internship for the entire internship period. FES unfortunately cannot provide letters of invitation for visa application nor provide assistance with this process.
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Further funding may possibly be granted by the following institutions