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United Nations Internship In Economic Affairs, 2017

literature Economic Affairs

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United Nations  United Nations

Calender 02 Aug 2017

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    United Nations Chile (Santiago)

     Work permit : Not-Required

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4-6 months


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The United Nations is offering internships in Economic Affairs in Chile, Santiago. The interns will be under an Economic Affairs Officer's supervision. The interns should help in drafting official documents, attend conferences, and document legal and internet research.


  • The applicants for United Nations Internship in Economic Affairs, 2017 should be graduates or undergraduates in economics, statistics, law, or international relations.
  • The candidates should be enrolled in a graduate school program, or should be in the final year of their first university degree (bachelor's or equivalent), or have a university degree.
  • The applicants should have knowledge of English, Spanish (written and oral) and another UN official language.

Documents required

  • The candidates applying for United Nations Internship in Economic Affairs, 2017 should submit a Personal History Profile with the past work experiences, three references, and IT skills and a cover note.
  • The cover note should include degree program, graduation date, IT skills list, top three areas of interests and explanation of their interest in the program and why they are suitable for the program.


Updated on: 02 Dec, 2016

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