The Department of Political Science strives to adapt its curriculum to the requirements of the job market, and offers internships both in Canada and abroad.
Internships are an important part university education, giving bachelor's and master's-level students an opportunity to gain new skills, narrow their career choices, and help them find jobs. Internships at the bachelor's level last 20 to 40 days, while those at the master's level are from 30 days to 4 months.
The size and nature of host organizations vary widely, from embassies to government departments, political parties, private companies, newspapers, NGOs, and so on. The duties assigned to interns also vary considerably: they may work as communications officers, political attachés, researchers, public affairs co-ordinators, etc.
Are you looking for an intern?
Contact the Internship Co-ordinator, who will be pleased to suggest a reliable student with the skills and experience you are seeking.
You can also download the internship brochure, which briefly explains the benefits for the host organization and procedures for guiding and supervising interns.
For further information
Guillermo R. Aureano
Telephone: 514 343-6111, ext. 40561
Fax: 514 343-2360
Street address: 3150 rue Jean-Brillant, Office C-4058
Université de Montréal
Department of Political Science
PO Box 6128, Centre-ville Stn
Montréal QC H3C 3J7