Youth Opportunities / Perspective jeunesse
Internship Opportunities with Canada-Europe Transatlantic Dialogue:
- EU-Canada Graduate Internship (Brussels)
Graduate students enrolled at CETD partner institutions (Carleton University, University of British Columbia, Dalhousie University, University of Montreal, McGill University, University of Victoria) are eligible to apply. The internship will commence on April 1, 2016 on a part-time basis (maximum 20 hours, but may be less) and the intern shall be available for full-time duty in Brussels (and other locations visited by the Tour) from May 4 to June 30, 2016. During this time period, the intern will provide assistance in the preparation and operation of the EU Study Tour & Internship Program (EUST&IP) (May 8-28, 2016), as well as follow-up activities. The assistance provided to the EU Study Tour and Internship Program will be under the direction of the Director, EUST&IP. The full-time internship in Brussels may be followed by a two month part-time internship at the home university. Work in Canada may also include organizational and research support for activities of CETD as well as follow-up work for EUST&IP. Application deadline 5 February 2016. Read more…
PhD Mentorship Program in European Studies and in Canada-EU Relations:
The Canada-Europe Transatlantic Dialogue invites applications from students completing a PhD at a Canadian university and working in the field of contemporary European Studies or on Canada-EU relations to participate in a PhD mentorship program. The program supports student visits to institutions in Canada other than their home university to work with a faculty member who has expertise in the appropriate area of research. Interested students are encouraged to submit applications at any time following application guidelines. Read more…
E-Journal for Young Scholars:
The Review of European and Russian Affairs (RERA) is an online academic journal that publishes short articles by graduate students and young scholars (original essays, research articles, editorials, notes, book reviews). The publication includes topics that relate to the countries of the European Union, Eastern and Southeastern Europe, Russia, the Caucasus, and Eurasia. The journal is interdisciplinary and articles address politics, history, economics, law, sociology, international relations, and culture. The goal of the journal is to provide an accessible forum for research on these important issues, to promote high standards of research and scholarship, and to foster communication among young scholars through the publication of their work.