Internship opportunities

Junior professional internship

One of the main purposes of the ANSER network is to improve SRHR policy research and increase capacity through collaboration between academic institutions working in the fields of research, education and service to society. To stimulate interaction and exchange between Network members, catalyse joint research and build capacity, the Network encourages junior professional internships that are jointly organized by Network partners.

During this internship, a qualified candidate will work for two consecutive periods of three months in two ANSER partner institutions on tasks related to the Network.

First announcements for the junior professional internship programme are expected early 2017.

Master student internships

To stimulate interaction and exchange between Network partner institutions, catalyse joint research and build capacity, the Network encourages internships for master students enrolled in relevant programmes at Network partner institutions.

During this internship, a qualified master student will work in a network partner institution and gain work experience in the field of SRHR policy research.

First announcements for the master student internship programme are expected early 2017.