Current Opportunities with Network

Research Internships for Canadian Graduate Students

***UPDATE for Network Internship*** (as of April 16, 2019)

Applications for a research internship are being accepted for Technical University of Munich, Germany (between July 2019 – December 2019) with the following areas of research: EU as an Actor in Global Governance; Accountability in EU Governance; Politicization of EU Trade Politics; EU as a trade power; Contestation of EU trade governance; EU climate change policy; EU environmental policy; EU Energy Transition; EU Sustainable Development Goals.

Details for Carleton University graduate students are here. Details are here for graduate students working with scholars associated with the Network at the following universities: Dalhousie University, McGill University, University of British Columbia, University of Ottawa, University of Victoria. (Deadline May 5, 2019)

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Each summer, the Network funds Canadian students to participate in research internships at partner universities in Europe. Application guidelines are posted below for Summer 2019. Read these graduate student reports about their internship experiences.

Call for Applications for Research Internships for Carleton Graduate Students (deadline January 15, 2019)

Call for Applications for Research Internships for Canadian Graduate Students (deadline January 15, 2019)

The call for applications is now closed.

Study and research visit to Canada for European Graduate Students

Beginning in summer 2019, a summer course aimed at facilitating knowledge sharing between graduate students from European partner institutions and Carleton University will take place at Carleton University. The course will study Canada-EU relations through online and face-to-face components, the latter bringing all students together for a one-week period in Ottawa, Canada for intensive teaching and interaction.

Other Opportunities with Network Partners

These opportunities are available with Network partners and are supervised separately, and do not receive funding from the Network.

The Centre for European and Transition Studies at the University of Latvia (LU CETS)