Current Opportunities

Graduate Student Research Internships in Europe:

Application Deadline, June 2, 2022

The Jean Monnet Network on EU-Canada Relations invites applications for two-month research internships in Europe in  spring/summer/fall 2022 from eligible graduate students at Carleton University and from graduate students who are working under the supervision of Network faculty at another Canadian university. These internships are located at the following universities in Europe:

  • The Institute of Political Science at the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
  • School of Governance, Technical University of Munich, Germany
  • The Centre for European and Transition Studies at the University of Latvia, Latvia

For details on eligibility and the application process see here.

Graduate Student Research Internships in Canada:

Application Deadline, May 30, 2022

The Jean Monnet Network on EU-Canada Relations invites applications for two-month research internships at Carleton University in Ottawa Canada in late summer/fall from eligible graduate students at partner universities of the Network (University of Antwerp, Technical University Darmstadt, Technical University Munich, University of Latvia). Depending on the availability of funding the following internship positions are available:

  • One or two internship positions to support a web-based information portal relating to Ukraine. The intern(s) will do research, collect information, and develop materials regarding cooperation between Canada and Europe in responding to the Russian’s war against Ukraine. The interns will work under the supervision of Prof. Viju-Miljusevic and other Carleton faculty. The intern will be expected to play an active role in developing the project. Time of the internship should fall between mid-August and the end of October.
  • One internship position to support compiling audiovisual resources for the textbook, European Union Governance and Policy: A Canadian Perspective, 2nd edition, under the supervision of Prof. Achim Hurrelmann in the Department of Political Science. Good knowledge of the EU political system is required; familiarity with WordPress and/or online video platforms would be an asset. The time of the internship should fall between Aug. 8 and the end of October 2022.

For details on eligibility and the application process see here.

PhD Student and Post-doctoral Fellow Research Visits and Activities

The Jean Monnet Network on EU-Canada Relations has funding to support  research visits (two to three weeks) for PhD students and post-doctoral fellows between Network universities. Read details here