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New places available for internships starting in autumn 2017 (Team V) and spring 2018 (Team VI)!

English students from the PH Karlsruhe can now apply for an internship in two different periods of time:

– Team V September 2017 – January/February/March/April 2018 (at least 3 months): primary school Ban Sikeud & Ban Phang Heng, lower secondary school Ban Phang Heng, Lao-German Technical College

– Team VI February 2018 – April 2018: primary school Ban Sikeud & Ban Phang Heng, lower secondary school Ban Phang Heng. February 2018 – July 2018: Lao-German Technical College

Note: Students interested in applying for Team V should contact Johannes Zeck via mail immediately, a call will then be arranged (contact details see below).

Submit your application for either time period by 2 July 2017 to the AAA (Akademisches Auslandsamt). Interviews will be held on 11/12 July 2017.

The calls for applications can be found on the AAA homepage,  the StudIP course Akademisches Auslandsamt, the StudIP course “English Department Bulletin Board”, and on the project blog www.thelaosexperience.com under “Internships”. Address your applications to the International Office of the PH Karlsruhe (Akademisches Auslandsamt). Details on the general application procedure can be found on the AAA homepage.

Please also send your letter of motivation and CV to the project leaders Prof. Dr. Isabel Martin (martin01@ph-karlsruhe.de) and Johannes Zeck (johanneszeck@engelfuerkinder.de) and visit Prof. Martin’s next “Global English” class (Thursday, 4-6 p.m., 3.3111).

A consultation session will be held on 31 May 2017 from 9:00 – 11:30 am at the PH Karlsruhe in room III.222. Contact Johannes Zeck to book a slot for the consultation if you are interested in applying.

For any further questions please also contact Johannes Zeck.

We look forward to your applications!

J. Zeck & Prof. Martin

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