Students are welcome to apply for internship positions within the ICGS, as well as to suggest an internship with a Belgrade based institution not on the list, but identified as fitting student’s interest.
Furthermore, it is up to students to propose the length of internships (from one week to 6 months), while receiving institutions will accept or reject the proposal. Once students and receiving institutions match, ICGS will initiate setting the logistics (visa and accommodation).
Internships are usually not paid, though there may be exceptions.
While it may be easier for students speaking Serbian (Bosnian/Croatian) and Albanian to find an internship, students speaking “strategic languages” such as Arabic, Farsi, Pashto, Russian, Chinese and Spanish are also encouraged to express interest. While speaking the above-mentioned languages is a plus, basic fluency in speaking, reading, and writing English is required.
The ICGS cannot guarantee any internship placement in advance. However, some institutions have expressed interest in having ICGS students for interns. These include:
Belgrade Center for Security Policy
The Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence
The Fund for Humanitarian Law
Office of the War Crimes Prosecutor
Institute for International Relations and Economy
Serbian Political Thought
Centre for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies
Libertarian Club “Libek”
War Crimes Documentation Center “Veritas”
Add Caelum Capital
Center for International Relations and Sustainable Development
Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia
Balkan Investigative Reporting Network
Air Serbia Corporate Affairs
Arbeiter Samariten Bund
Westminster Foundation for Democracy
The Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia
National Alliance for Local Economic Development
Serbian Association of Managers
Ministry of Economy of Serbia