There are part-time job opportunities for students in several of our Nordic workplaces.
We expect our student interns to attend classes at university, or the equivalent. It is also a requirement that you come from one of the Nordic countries and speak and write Danish, Norwegian or Swedish fluently. An exception is work at one of the Nordic Council of Ministers' Offices in the Baltic States or Russia, where the working language is English or the local language.
The work assignments are very varied. We make every effort to give our students relevant and stimulating work, but there will also be a number of practical and routine tasks.
The working hours will vary from workplace to workplace, and follow the national regulations, but will normally be 1-2 days a week. We expect a certain amount of flexibility from students. On the other hand, they can also count on us being flexible - for example in connection with studying for exams.
The Secretariats for the Nordic Council of Ministers, the Nordic Council and the Nordic Culture Fund employ many student interns with different types of job responsibilities. These range from tangible projects to helping with ad-hoc jobs in a department.
All positions will be advertised on norden.org but we are pleased to accept unsolicited applications which we can consider at a later date. Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org