Besides the Research Track, the Euroculture MA offers the possibility to do an internship during the third semester. Today, we are featuring Katharina Geiselmann, who went to Brussels! Read more about her experience at the Permanent Representation of Germany to the EU.
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Besides the Research Track, the Euroculture MA offers the possibility to do an internship during the third semester. Today, we are featuring Mathilde Soubeyran, who went to Scotland! Read more about her experience at the European Commission Representation there.
Read about what it means to work for an NGO in Africa as an intern, from Euroculture's alumnus Noémi Kalocsay.
Debora Guanella Edited by Ann Keefer Galicia Jewish Museum September, 2015-January, 2016 Kraków Since the very beginning of my MA Euroculture experience, I have made very clear my intention of pursuing the Professional Track to address the lack of study-related working experience in my CV. Within the wide range of topics covered during the first … Continue reading Internship Experience and Advice 2015-2016
Eike-Maria Hinz │firstname.lastname@example.org Thailand: a country of amazing beaches, beautiful nature, sex tourism, the metropolis Bangkok and delicious Thai food. I guess those are the main associations for many people who consider Thailand as a holiday destination. There is much truth in all of these aspects. "A country of amazing beaches, beautiful nature, sex tourism, the … Continue reading An EU Internship in Bangkok
Susanne Wander │ email@example.com New Town? I have to confess that before coming to Brussels for an internship for the second time in my life, I did not have much of an idea what a ‘New Town’ was and how many of them could be found around Europe. Neither could I have imagined how much … Continue reading Brussels – more than an ‘EU hub of interns’
Rumen Halachev │firstname.lastname@example.org If as an MA Euroculture student you are interested in European affairs, there is no better place to do your internship than a European institution. This is why I was so happy when I was told that I had been selected as a trainee at the European Commission in Luxembourg. The Directorate … Continue reading The European Commission and my Luxembourgish(!) Experience