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Apply for the INTERPOL Internship in Lyon, France

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The International Police Corporation (INTERPOL), the world’s largest international police organization, with 190 ? member countries is calling for graduates who are interested in serving as interns at the INTERPOL headquarters in Lyon.

Interns will be based at INTERPOL’s General Secretariat in Lyon or at one of the Regional Bureaus. The internship lasts from 2 to 11 months, and it is an opportunity to gain an insight into how an international organization operates and to work in a multicultural and multilingual environment.

The interns will learn about the functioning of international police co-operation, and they will be able to enhance their educational experience through practical work assignments, thereby developing skills which will be useful in future employment.

The intern will receive from INTERPOL an allowance of 550 € per month.
The intern is responsible for:

  • finding his/her own accommodation,
    obtaining the necessary visa for entering the country, if applicable.
  • All kind of travel costs must be borne by the interns themselves.

In order to be eligible for an internship at INTERPOL, applicants should:

  • be a national of a member country;
  • be older than 18 years old;
  • be enrolled in, or have graduated from, an accredited academic institution;
  • have studied in an area of interest to INTERPOL;
  • be fluent in English and the official working language regularly used in the duty station where the Internship will take place (French, Spanish or Arabic), if that language is not English.

There are continuous openings for internships during the year. In order to apply you must read the INTERPOL Internship Policy Document and fill the INTERPOL Internship Application Form

For further information, kindly visit the INTERPOL Internship Website



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