We focus on research-centric internships to foster skill rejuvenation.
Our team at Internationalism Research focuses on out-of-the-box Research Internship Programmes, where we prepare and engage people in real academic and policy innovation in the field of international law and relations.
Our Internship Programmes involve pro-bono mentorship and support to students skilled in research, strategy, scepticism and legal aptitude, in order to provide solutions from a multidisciplinary perspective.
Please note that we do not accept applications using email. Therefore, please wait for our monthly calls for Interns on Internshala, an online portal for the recruitment of our interns. Otherwise, you can always apply through the form below, and our team will reach out to you shortly.
P.S.: All internships offered under Internationalism are of pro-bono nature (subject to the nature of assignments approved).
Kinds of Internships we offer at Internationalism
Research Opportunity Internships
Editorial Opportunity Internships
Under our Editorial Ventures, Legit and the South Asian Journal of International Law, we invite students of law and international affairs to study and work editorial assignments of sort.
The Editorial Opportunity Internship or EOI Programme involves 4 steps every Editorial Extern/Intern goes through:
Assessment of judicial and administrative updates in courts of law
Mentorship Programme by our experts at GLIA and NLIA by Internationalism
Editorial assessment of critical legal and policy issues
Developing rational and unbiased trends of legal and public policy issues
In the ROI Programme, we invite and accept applications of students and early career researchers to encourage them to research on various issues of international law, constitutional law, jurisprudence, administrative law, international relations, international policy and entrepreneurship strategy.
The intern has to work on various policy/academic reports and assignments and even our special events, interviews and roundtables.