"The Internship Programme provides access to hundreds of summer internships opportunities. They are offered by our international alumni, by multi-national corporations, by world-leading NGOs, by cutting-edge research institutions and many other organisations, and all are exclusively available to Oxford University students. Since the programme’s inception students have undertaken internships in over 30 countries and have gained valuable work experience while travelling to exciting and exotic locations. The Internship Programme also gives you the chance to explore work experience options in a variety of sectors in the UK.The programme is open to all current matriculated (ie. not visiting) Oxford University students, undergraduates and postgraduates, including those in their final year of study."
Internships for 2015
In partnership with The Internship Programme at the Careers Service, the Thames Valley Country House Partnership will be offering a number of internship positions for students during summer 2015. Host organisations will include: the National Trust, Compton Verney, Stowe House, Kelmscott Manor and Broughton Castle in the UK, in India the American Institute of Indian Studies.
Cultural Heritage Programme Internships have been offered by:
Stowe House is an architectural masterpiece on an immense and palatial scale which has inspired, and contains the work of, a number of leading eighteenth-century designers - notably Sir John Vanbrugh, Robert Adam, James Gibbs, William Kent and Sir John Soane.
Until the early twentieth century Compton Verney was home to the Verney or Willoughby de Broke family. In the twentieth century the house and lands changed hands a number of times before eventually falling derelict, with parts of the land and house being sold off.
In 1993, however, the house was rescued by the Compton Verney House Trust, who purchased the house and immediate grounds thanks to a generous grant from the Peter Moores Foundation. The extensive building programme gave it a new life as an art gallery.
Kelmscott Manor, a grade 1 listed farmhouse adjacent to the River Thames, was built around 1600, with an additional wing added to the north east corner in about 1665. The Manor is built of local limestone on the edge of the village of
William Morris chose it as his summer home, signing a joint lease with the Pre-Raphaelite painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti in the summer of 1871.
The Académie Diplomatique Internationale (ADI) is an international organisation dedicated to promoting modern diplomacy and contributing to the understanding and analysis of the emerging dynamics in global affairs.
From its historic residence in Paris, the ADI convenes conferences, seminars, and public debates on contemporary issues, conducts training programmes in diplomatic practice, and provides other services through its membership club that is open to the Paris-based diplomatic, business, and foreign policy communities.
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