|ISIS INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME|
Although ISIS Malaysia’s Research Programmes have thus far considered applicants from diverse backgrounds, preference will be given to those with relevant qualifications as follows:
1.1 Economics Programme:
1.2 Foreign Policy and Security Studies Programme:
1.3 Social Policy Programme:
1.4 Technology, Innovation, Environment and Sustainability (TIES) Programme:
2. Events Management Interns:
Individuals interested in improving their knowledge and skills in planning and organising events, corporate communications and media relations will be attached to the Public Affairs and Conference Services (PACS) Division. Preference will be given to candidates with qualifications in Mass Communications, Hospitality Management, Events Management or Food Service Management.
3. Information Technology Interns:
Individuals with good knowledge in information technology (IT) and who wish to put their creative talents to use in helping to design and produce graphics for ISIS Malaysia’s presentations, publications and its website will be attached to the Information Services Division. Preference will be given to candidates with qualifications in Art, Graphics Design, Creative Multimedia or Mass Communications.
Recruitment and Selection Process
Shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview at ISIS Malaysia. Those who are based outside the Klang Valley and are unable to travel specifically for this purpose can be interviewed by phone or Skype (during regular office hours, Malaysian time).
4. Research Interns:
Candidates for research internships may be asked to write a brief, 500-word essay within 45 minutes on a topic provided following their interviews. This exercise shall be aimed at testing their knowledge, their ability to present clear and concise arguments, and their command of the English language.