Faculty of Arts
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|Faculty||Faculty of Arts|
|Organisational Unit||Monash European and EU Centre|
|Monash Passport category||Internship (Act Program)|
|Offered||Caulfield First semester 2013 (Off-campus Day)|
Overseas First semester 2013 (Day)
Caulfield Second semester 2013 (Off-campus Day)
Overseas Second semester 2013 (Day)
Caulfield Summer semester A 2013 (Off-campus Day)
Overseas Summer semester A 2013 (Off-campus Day)
Caulfield Summer semester B 2013 (Off-campus Day)
Overseas Summer semester B 2013 (Off-campus Day)
Caulfield Winter semester 2013 (Off-campus Day)
Overseas Winter semester 2013 (Off-campus Day)
Previously coded EUM4970
Students complete an internship related to the European Union or international and regional organizations in the area of diplomacy and trade. This involves academic and professional supervision in Europe/European posts abroad, local/ international posts. Students gain practical knowledge of the EU and international/ regional institutions in IR, law, politics, business, finance and international trade. The unit coordinator does not secure internships for students but provides advice on the choice of organization (European and EU institutions, international and regional organizations, multi-national firms, industry associations, NGOs, political consultancies, think tanks and law firms). The internships are selective and separate programs are drawn up for each student.
On completion of this unit students will have
Pre-Internship appraisal (1000 words): 10%
Reflective journal (1000 words): 20%
Internship report or applied research paper (5000 words): 50%
Seminar presentation (2000 words): 20%
120 hours over three to five months
Students must make contact with potential guest organizations and seek the coordinator's approval before enrolling in the unit and committing to an internship.
Successful completion of core units of the Master in European and International Studies or of the Master in Diplomacy and Trade or with coordinator's approval.