CfA: ifa CrossCulture Internship

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ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) announces the call for applications for 2016 regarding the CrossCulture Internships programme Eastern Partnership and Russia. Being a part of the IFA network, the ECMI acts as one of the host organizations within Germany.

The call for applications for 2016 regarding the CrossCulture Internships programme Eastern Partnership and Russia is now online. The CrossCulture Internship Programme (CCP) is an exchange and dialogue programme of ifa (Institut für Auslands¬beziehungen). The programme is implemented in partnership with the German Federal Foreign Office. In 2016, within the frameworks of the CrossCulture Eastern Partnership and Russia Programme, presumably 14 scholarships will be awarded to participants from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine, as well as to participants from Russia and Germany.

ECMI is honored to be a part of the ifa network, enabling the scholarship holders to pursue internship programme at our headquarters in Flensburg.

About the CC Internships

CCP offers a forum for open dialogue and mutual learning for all those involved and enables them to act as multipliers. The intercultural exchange fosters on-going dialogue of people and institutions and boosts the formation of networks between organizations in Germany and the partner countries in a sustained manner. Thus, it stimulates transnational co-operation.

The CCP scholarship offers the following benefits for participants from the target countries:

  • visa fee
  • health insurance
  • travel costs roundtrip
  • a monthly grant of 550 Euro
  • urban public transport at destination
  • accommodation

Deadline for applications: 17 April 2016.

Further information on the programme and application procedures

Former IFA Interns at the ECMI Flensburg:

Minority education in Georgia: IFA intern presents her work at the ECMI

Afifa Ltifi envisions a summer school for North Africa as a platform for surfacing minority issues

Forscher aus Pakistan will von Europa lernen (“A researcher from Pakistan wants to learn from Europe”, article published by SHZ 21 November 2012 Issue)

About the ECMI Internship Programme

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