Release Date:2019/10/8 15:09:55Views:474Article Source:Internship
Internship is to apply the theoretical knowledge learned from college to practical experience. Through internship, students can explore their potential, understand and address any shortcomings, decide whether their initial career choices are suitable for them, further improve their ability, fully show their talent, further develop in the field they are good at and enhance their employment prospects.
International organisations, including the United Nations, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, offer internship opportunities. NCUK Hangzhou Centre will support students in applying for internships in international organisations.
Asian Development Bank (ADB) internship in 2020
The Internship Program is a project-oriented learning opportunity for graduate students to gain experience through research assignments based on ADB's current operational needs.
ADB advertises internship assignments twice a year and welcomes motivated, open-minded, and self-directed individuals to apply.
The internship program offers the opportunity to:
Work in a major international development organization;
Work collaboratively with experienced professionals from over 50 different countries;
Gain a deeper understanding of development finance and the impact of the work ADB does;
Contribute to ADB's business through research outputs.
Internship candidates must:
Be enrolled in a Master's- or PhD-level program at a school in one of the ADB member nations, both prior to and after the internship assignment;
Be engaged in academic study in a field directly related to ADB's work;
Be a national of one of ADB's members;
Possess an excellent command of English;
Have professional experience relevant to the assignment.
Details can be found:
The British Council has the following internship positions available:
Detailed information can be found at