Deadline: 18 November 2014
Open to: students in the fields of cultural management, European studies, humanities, with high level of English
Remuneration: 400€ per month plus contribution to travel costs in Brussels
The European Association of Conservatoires is a dynamic European cultural and educational network with more than 280 member institutions for professional music training in 55 countries. The AEC, based in Brussels, aims to support professional music training in Europe through the organisation of European projects, congresses and seminars, exchanges, research and by representing the interests of its members on European, national and international level.
The European Association of Conservatoires is currently looking for an intern starting in January 2015. The ideal length of the internship is six months but this can be discussed.
An internship with the AEC can consist of one or more of the following components:
- Organisation: the organisation of meetings, seminars and conferences in various countries in Europe.
- Office tasks: being part of the AEC Office and therefore contributing to the day-to-day running of the organisation.
- Research: to gather information about various topics in the field of professional music training in Europe.
This internship is highly suitable for students in cultural management courses or in European studies, social studies, or related humanities programmes, wanting to have experience in working in a cultural organisation on European level and in working with European funding programmes in education and culture. A high level of English is required; knowledge of French, German or Italian is an asset.
An internship agreement between the intern, the higher education institution/university and the AEC has to be provided for the duration of the internship.
The intern will receive 400€ per month, as well as a small compensation for travel costs based on the distance between the work place and the residence in Brussels.
In order to apply for this internship position you must send a short CV and a motivation letter to Nerea Lopez de Vicuna at: [email protected].
The deadline for applications is 18 November 2014.
For further information please visit the official call.