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東京大学公共政策大学院 | GraSPP / Graduate School of Public Policy | The university of Tokyo

Summer Internship for International Students 2017 May 25, 2017

Highly motivated students who want to actively work for working world are welcome!!

 

Applications of Summer Internship offered to GraSPP international students are now open.

Job post information:

 

Please refer to the internship reports for the past experiences of some of those institutions above.

 

Application Descriptions:

  1. Deadline

Thursday, June 8, 2017

 

  1. Eligibility
  •  The applicant must be a GraSPP international student (both DD and Exchange students are eligible).
  •  The applicant must have sufficient skills in English. (Native English speaker, or non-native with iBT95/ CBT240/ IELTS 7.0 or above)
  •  The IMF scholar applicant will be able to apply for IIMA only.
  •  The WB scholar applicant will be able to apply for unpaid internship only.
  •  The JDS scholar applicant will need to submit JICE designated application form to JICE soon after he/she is decided as an intern.

 

3. Application Documents

  •  Application Form for Summer Internships 2017 (Excel)
  •  CV (with your photo)
  •  Statement of Interest including your self-introduction for each institution that you apply and/or anything specified by each institution.

 

  1. Submit Application To

intl-affairs@pp.u-tokyo.ac.jp    *Title: Summer Internship Application 2017

 

  1. Selection Interview

Selection Interview with faculty member(s) will be arranged in mid-June and then GraSPP will recommend the shortlisted applicants to each institution for the final selection (if any). Result will be announced by email from the International Affairs Office.

-Please note that not all of these institutions are guaranteed of receiving the interns.

 

  1. Things to do after shortlisted

To Do List after you get shortlisted as a GraSPP intern

 

For any questions, please ask Ms. Ishikawa (intl-affairs@pp.u-tokyo.ac.jp).