Traineeship at SwissCore to support the presidency of UAS4EUROPE by swissuniversities: from 01 September 2017 to 31 August 2018
We recruit a trainee at SwissCore to support the presidency of UAS4EUROPE by swissuniversities for one year from 1 September 2017 until 31 August 2018 in Brussels. UAS4EUROPE is a networking platform for universities of applied sciences, launched on 31 May in Brussels. The aim of UAS4EUROPE is to establish a firm voice for the UAS in Europe in the field of applied research and innovation. We are looking for a motivated and eager Student or recent Graduate of a Swiss UAS or university (priority will be given to a UAS student or graduate). Please find here more about the traineeship and how to apply. Deadline for application is 19 May 2017.
We recruit a Student Trainee for Research twice a year for six months: from 1 February to 31 July and from 1 September to 28 February. If you are studying at a Swiss higher education institution or have just graduated and want to get a challenging work experience in an international environment, please consult our traineeship description. If you would like to apply for a traineeship, please send a motivation letter, your curriculum vitae and an article from your hand by email. See what previous Student Trainees were doing at SwissCore.
We offer tailor-made short and long term staff traineeships to collaborators of our Swiss funders, partners and clients. For short-term staff traineeships, a programme ranging from one day to about two weeks is designed together with the visiting staff and our responsible member of staff. The aim of these short term traineeships is to learn about European research, innovation and education and specific topics of interest and to establish a personal network within the European institutions. Long-term staff traineeships are similar to a sabbatical, the length of which must be determined together by the visiting staff and us according to the hosting capacities for the selected period. The objectives and planning of the sabbatical must be thoroughly discussed beforehand and the outcomes should benefit both the institution of the visiting staff and us. If you are interested, please do not hesitate to contact the relevant member of our staff.