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.

  • Internship of Charlotte Oliveira at ICRH

During two months Charlotte Oliveira had the opportunity to behold an internship at ICRH (Ghent University). As a PhD student on International Health, from Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical, from Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal) she continued the work on her research on gender based violence among refugees, asylum seekers, migrants and professionals, living and working ,in European asylum reception centres and was involved in activities of ICRH, such as scientific discussions and trainings. A brief report of her stay can be found on the ANSER website.

  • PhD student exchange Anna Galle

During two weeks in April 2017, PhD student Anna Galle from Ghent University visited International Maternal and Child Health at Uppsala University and worked with researchers from Karolinska University.
The main focus was on SRHR in general, and more specifically SRHR in Mozambique. Anna participated in the master course in SRHR where she held lectures and reviewed assignments. Anna’s visit has contributed to the collaboration within ANSER network between the institutions of Karolinska Institute and IMCH/Uppsala, Sweden, ICRH/Ghent University, and Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique.

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.