PAID INTERNSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT:
5 students & 5 graduates from the law faculties of the Republic of Kosovo
What is the Internship for?
We encourage skilled and motivated young people from the university’s law faculties countrywide to apply for internship offered by the Ministry of Justice together with the EU-funded project “Support to the Civil Code – Phase II”. The purpose of the internship is to allow last year law students and newly graduates to expand their horizons. Each intern will be given specific tasks and responsibilities and will be challenged to develop their capabilities and gain experience. They may be placed in the Ministry of Justice, the courts, lawyers and notaries offices during the internship period. The internship period may be for 3 up to 6 months.
Who can apply?
Internships are open to last year Law students (bachelors or masters level) or newly graduates (BA or LLM) of Law Faculties in Kosovo. Language requirements are strict and potential interns need to speak fluently Albanian and/or Serbian. English proficiency is a requirement. They need to have good knowledge of Microsoft Office, research skills and good communication skills. We expect applicants to be reflective and willing to learn. Interns should go that extra mile!
How can you apply?
Interested candidates are invited to request in the English language the application form at the following email address: [email protected].
Please include the subject of the email as follows: Internship – Civil Code.
The deadline to apply is 31st May 2019, 4PM.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted and invited to the next stage of the selection procedure. We encourage candidates from non-majority communities to apply.