Are you eligible for traineeship?
You may apply for the traineeship if:
PLEASE NOTE: Internships at the Delegation of the European Union to Papua New Guinea are not a full-time remunerated position. Successful candidates receive a modest stipend to support basic expenses. Further to this, it is important to note that the internship is unrelated to any future employment opportunities that may arise at the Delegation. The internship also does not constitute any obligation for the European Union to offer interns a long-term contractual relationship. At the time of application all candidate interns must be able to provide proof that they have graduated or are about to graduate. The right of final decision regarding eligibility and admission to the internship programme resides solely with the Delegation of the European Union to Papua New Guinea.
What are the rules?
How to apply and when to start?
Interested candidates should send a brief, engaging and convincing motivation letter/Statement of Purpose, a copy of their resume and contact details of at least one referee (e.g. a tutor or professor or the head of an organisation where the candidate trainee did voluntary work) to the email address hereafter, mentioning the title of the traineeship of interest:
1- International Relations /Politics, Journalism & Public Relations Internship,
2- Gender and Development Studies Internship,
3- Economics and/or International Trade Internship.
Each successful candidate commits to the full duration of the internship (5 months), based in the Delegation of the European Union to Papua New Guinea located in Port Moresby, the National Capital District of Papua New Guinea.
E-mail address: Delegation-Papua-New-Guinea-Internship@eeas.europa.eu
Deadline for application: before midnight local PNG time on 07 June 2019 (Late application shall not be considered). .
Tentative Start Date: Mid July 2019.
What are the required documents to provide, if selected?
Those selected will be obliged to provide the following documents:
Only selected candidates will be contacted.
The EU Delegation to Papua New Guinea shall apply an objective selection process based on merits and aimed at ensuring that all candidates are treated in an equal, fair, transparent and non-discriminatory way. The EU promotes gender equality in the workplace and with respect to this and the country circumstances the objective is to select one applicant from each gender to participate in the Internship programme.