Application process and requirements
Eligibility requirements - Applicants must be currently-enrolled graduate or post-graduate students in a field related to UNICEF’s interests. Students must be enrolled during the proposed internship period. At this time they do not accept undergraduates. - Applicants' academic performance should be excellent, as demonstrated by recent university or institution records. - Applications for internships should be supported by their university or related institution. A minimum requirement is a letter from one of the applicant's professors supporting their application. - Applicants must have a demonstrated interest in the field of international development. - Ability to adapt and work in a multi-cultural setting. - Strong commitment to the values and principles of the United Nations and UNICEF's mission, guiding principles and Convention of the Rights of the Child. - Additional consideration will be given for any past work experiences. However, please keep in mind that even if an applicant meets these qualifications, there is no guarantee of placement. Placement is subject to availability of meaningful assignments.