The School of Strategic and International Studies’ Gender Studies Program holds internship opportunities for its students. The Program Development and Internship class directs students to formulate gender-sensitive programs to know firsthand the difficulties that women face in advocating for equality and gender-based justice. Students are required to intern at Non-governmental Organizations (NGO), government institutions, or charity organizations, and creating final evaluation reports to reflect on their experience. The internship program is held for 3 (three) months.
Other programs with internship opportunities include European Studies where students become involved in either government or private institutions or Non-governmental Organizations (NGO) as experts on European matters.