The United Nations offer 50 places for internships at the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva, Switzerland.

For whom are

Internships UN High Commissioner Geneva 2014 aimed at graduates or students enrolled in degree / master or PhD in disciplines related to the work of the United Nations, and Political Science and International Relations, International Law, History and Social Sciences . They require a good knowledge of at least two official UN languages ​​from English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese or Russian, drafting skills in English or French and the support of an academic institution.

The amount and duration

Internships UN High Commissioner Geneva in 2014 have terms ranging between 2 and 6 months, is expected to start in July 2014.

The requirements

To apply for internships UN High Commissioner Geneva 2014 must have the following requirements:

* Degree or be students enrolled in specialist / master or PhD;
* Background in disciplines related to the work of the United Nations, and Political Science and International Relations, International Law, History and Social Sciences;
* good knowledge of at least two official UN languages ​​among English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese or Russian;
* Drafting skills in English or French;
* Support of an academic institution.

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How and when to apply

To apply for internships UN High Commissioner Geneva 2014 must complete the appropriate application form , providing also provide a list of courses and exams with their votes, an example or an abstract of research and academic studies (min 3 max . 12 pages) document certifying enrollment in an academic institution and document attesting to the application for inclusion in a health insurance scheme in the country of destination. The documentation must be sent by e-mail at internship@ohchr.org or by mail to: Internship program – Internship Coordinator – Administrative Section (for Both internships and stipends) Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, CH-1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland. The deadline for submitting applications is April 30, 2014 .