20 août 2014 - Appel à candidature

Stage à la maitrise CEUE études européennes

Le Dialogue transatlantique Canada-Europe (Réseau stratégique de connaissance) et les professeurs Armand de Mestral (McGill) et Frédéric Mérand (UdeM) recherchent un stagiaire pour l'automne :

Stage à la maitrise (basé en majorité à l'UdeM, 280 h):
- Aide à l'organisation de conférences sur l'Accord économique et commercial globale Canada-UE;
- Contribution à l'organisation des événements et activités régulières du CEUE;
- Séjour en Europe dans le cadre du stage.
- Rémunération totale : 8400$ + 1200$ de frais de déplacement.

Description complète (en anglais):

 

Graduate Internship EU and European Studies

Canada-Europe Transatlantic Dialogue: Strategic Knowledge Cluster

 

The Canada-Europe Transatlantic Dialogue invites applications for a graduate student internship located at the University of Montreal.

The Canada-Europe Transatlantic Dialogue (http://labs.carleton.ca/canadaeurope/) is a project involving a consortium of Canadian universities working to develop academic networks and programs to disseminate research findings to practitioners and civil society in the fields of EU/contemporary European studies and Europe-Canada relations. This initiative is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) under the Strategic Knowledge Clusters program.

The internship will begin on September 10th, 2014 or as soon after as possible. The intern will work under the supervision of Prof. Armand de Mestral (McGill) and Prof. Frederic Mérand (Université de Montréal) for one portion of the internship and in a European organization (in Europe) for an additional two-month period as part of the internship. Among the duties of the intern will be:

-       Assist Prof. de Mestral with the organization and logistics of a back to back conference on CETA – The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between Canada and the European Union (one conference in Montreal in the Fall 2014, one in Brussels in the Spring 2015).

-       Assist Prof. Mérand and the team at the EUCE-Montréal (McGill and UdeM) with the daily running of the centre, which includes: helping with the organization and logistics of events (lectures, round tables, social activities), managing the centre’s website and social medias, contributing to the centre’s newsletter, etc.

-       Generally participate in the work of the Centre au the Université de Montréal and at McGill. 

A written output from the European portion of the internship will be expected.

Applicants must be enrolled in a graduate program at McGill University or the Université de Montréal in the following fields: international studies, law, or economics, preferably with knowledge and/or interest in European studies. Good written and oral communication skills are required, including proficiency in both English and French.

A stipend to a maximum of $6000 is offered for the portion of the internship carried out in Canada, which will involve a time commitment of no more than 280 hours (correct as appropriate to your standard rates of pay for grant-funded grad assistants). The stipend for the European part of the internship will be a maximum of $2400 for a minimum of two months full time work. Up to $1200 may be offered to help cover transatlantic travel costs.

Applications should include: a cover letter, a CV and a transcript of student grades, as well as one reference letter.

For further information about the internship please contact Prof. Armand de Mestral at armand.de.mestral@mcgill.ca

Please submit application materials electronically by August 20th to Armand de Mestral (armand.de.mestral@mcgill.ca) and to ceue@umontreal.ca

The reference letter must be emailed directly from your referee to the same email address.

 

 

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