New places available for internships in autumn 2019: Apply now for Team IX!
Students from all subjects from the University of Education Karlsruhe and graduates can now apply for an internship in the project “Teaching English in Laos” for autumn 2019 by 5 May 2019 (especially welcome: English, physics, math, technics). Interviews will be held on 10 May 2019. This announcement can also be found on the the AAA homepage, the StudIP course Akademisches Auslandsamt and on this blog under Internships.
How to apply
- Address your applications to the International Office of the PH Karlsruhe (Akademisches Auslandsamt). Details and documents for the application procedure can be found on the AAA homepage. Specify the proposed time and duration of your stay, starting in mid-September 2019 (min. 3 months, max. until end of June 2020).
- Send your letter of motivation and CV by email to the project leaders Prof. Dr. Isabel Martin (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Johannes Zeck (email@example.com) by 5 May 2019.
- Interviews will be held on 10 May 2019. You will receive feedback on your application in good time.
For any further questions please contact Johannes Zeck. You may also visit the International Office (AAA) to read some reports of students who did an internship in Laos before. Further reports can also be found on the project blog (go to tab “Blog/All Posts“). Prior ISP experience is an advantage.
Creditability of internship: If you need credit for an internship (PO 2018, PO 2015, PO 2011) please visit Dr. Steffen Wagner of the University of Education Karlsruhe personally in his office hour and submit the necessary form before starting your internship.
Bachelor and Master theses can be written within the project.
IMPORTANT NOTE: “The Laos Experience” – “Q&A” info-session on 29 April 2019 (16:15-17:45 in 3.311) in the context of the “Global English(es): Teaching English in Asia” seminar: Returnee-volunteers present their work, and two of our Lao partners and Prof. Martin are also available for your questions – save the date!
We look forward to your applications!
Prof. Dr. I. Martin & J. Zeck