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 EUTW 暑期外籍生實習計畫開放申請EUTW Internship Program for foreign students in Taiwan is now open

發佈日期:2020-06-30
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The application period for the EUTW Internship Program is now open. The application deadline is 6 July 2020. A short CV must be submitted on or before the application deadline to ntueutw@ntu.edu.tw Please note that it is an Unpaid internship and EUTW will not help to apply Work permit/ARC.


Internship Memo for the European Centre in Taiwan

During his/her occupation at the European Center, the intern will take responsibility for a variety of tasks. The intern will be entrusted with several projects, some spanned over the full course of his stay and others of a more daily nature.


Regular Tasks

Besides the above-mentioned projects, the intern will also have to take part in the daily activities of the centre. Some of them are as follows:

-Helping the administrative apparatus
-Managing the social media presence of EUTW
-introducing yourself on the Facebook account of EUTW
-regular posting of relevant articles on Facebook as well as Twitter
-reply to questions on Twitter and Facebook in an adequate manner
-collaborate in the creation of the bi-weekly EUTW Newsletter



Joint Internship Programme with the European Chamber of Commerce (European students only)

During the internship, the intern will have the opportunity to also work at the Low Carbon Initiative Action of the European Chamber of Commerce.



Extra

Participation of European or EU related events

The intern is welcome to make his/her own suggestions for possible future projects during his/her occupation.

 
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