International Court of Justice (ICJ) Judicial Fellows Internship in Netherlands, 2019/2020 | Apply Now
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) Judicial Fellows Internship in Netherlands is now open for 2019/2020 intake. The programme which is open to students of Law and economics from around the world usually takes about 15 interns every year. To know if you are qualified to participate in this programme, read through the details and apply.
Type of Program: Full-Time Internship program
Place of Internship: International Court of Justice (ICJ), to be done in Netherland
Duration of Internship: Not Stated
Location of Internship: Program will be undertaken at The Hague, Netherlands
Slots Available: Up to 15 interns taken per year
Program Level: Internship is open to students currently enrolled in higher institutions
Ref No: Nil
Eligibility and Selection Criteria for the Internship:
To apply for the International Court of Justice (ICJ) Judicial Fellows Programme in Netherlands, the follow eligibility conditions should be taken to mind;
- The Court looks in particular for candidates who have excellent results in their law studies, and who have studied, published or worked in international law.
- Candidates will usually be in the early stages of their legal careers (e.g., within three years of graduation). Some have practical experience in private or public practice, including work at another court or international organisation, and/or post-graduate studies in international law.
- The Court seeks diversity of nationality in making the selection.
- The official languages of the Court are English and French, and participants must have excellent reading, writing and speaking skills in at least one of these. A working knowledge of the second official language will be an asset.
- The application should indicate the trainee’s abilities in respect of both official languages
Program Selection: While it is possible to nominate a single candidate, the Court encourages universities to propose more than one. Universities are also strongly encouraged to limit applications to candidates who have excellent results in their law studies and who have demonstrated an interest in international law through their studies, publications or work experience. The Court does not accept applications from individuals.
Number of Awardees for the Internship Program:
The programme is highly selective. The Court accepts up to 15 participants a year – not more than one from each nominating university
Value of the Internship Program:
Each nominating university must accept the responsibility to provide the stipend, health insurance and travel costs to its candidate, if selected. The stipend should be sufficient to provide for a minimum standard of accommodation and subsistence in The Hague and should be set at a level that ensures that trainees can benefit fully from their experience at the Court without the burden of financial hardship. The Traineeship is not a self-funded internship and candidates without adequate financial support through their sponsoring university will not be eligible. The Court will facilitate visas if necessary and provides working facilities, but it does not provide financial support.
Application Procedure for the International Court of Justice (ICJ) Judicial Fellows Internship in Netherlands:
Having read through the whole internship details, you should follow the steps below to apply through the link provided.
- Universities are encouraged to nominate one or more graduate student(s) from their school.
- Applications should be submitted by e -mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information, please contact the Deputy-Registrar of the ICJ at the above address.
Program Application Deadline: 8th April, 2019
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