The following was first posted on IISS’ website:
The International Institute for Strategic Studies-Asia (IISS-Asia) invites applications for the Gerald Segal Research Internship 2012-13, which will be tenable for a period of three months between 1 December 2012 and 30 September 2013 at the IISS-Asia office in Singapore.
The Gerald Segal Research Internship provides an opportunity for a postgraduate student of any nationality to spend three months in Singapore working on their own research project concerned with an aspect of international relations or international security in the Asia-Pacific region, while simultaneously contributing to the activities of the IISS-Asia office, in terms of both research and meetings. IISS-Asia is currently expanding its research and other activities, and in November 2012 will be moving to new, larger premises in the heart of Singapore’s financial district.
The intern will be paid a stipend of SGD600 per month to cover daily expenses. IISS-Asia will provide assistance in securing the necessary temporary work permit for the intern, but finding accommodation will be the intern’s own responsibility.
Interested candidates should submit their CV, a synopsis of their proposed research project (which may be directly connected to their postgraduate programme), and a covering letter to Dr Tim Huxley, Executive Director, IISS-Asia via Huxley@iiss.org by 30 September 2012.