We are looking for a new intern!

Our dynamic and continuously broadening team is looking for a motivated and enthusiastic intern, who intends to join our non-paid internship program from the 20th of January, 2020.
The ideal candidate should have an excellent command of Hungarian and English and share a common interest in foreign policy, Euro-Atlantic integration or other field of CEID’s research topics. (Further details are on our website: http://ceid.hu/about/)

CEID firmly believes that there is room for improvement and more needs to be done in the field of foreign policy. Therefore, we offer a chance for professional development and a friendly environment – in our office in Budapest -, and last but not least, we offer a possibility to take part in organizing our events and participate in our conferences.

Our new member will provide support in executing projects under the direct supervision of the project director in CEID. We offer a great opportunity to learn about the operation of international projects and to improve your managing skills. Your duties will cover a wide range of tasks, including administrative issues, writing summaries, collecting background data or even managing and organising events.

Currently, we are looking for an intern with the following requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or ongoing university studies in a relevant field of study
  • excellent command of Hungarian
  • good knowledge of written and spoken English (any other additional language is a plus)
  • outstanding communication skills
  • self-confidence
  • reliability
  • flexibility
  • capability of working in a team as well as independently


The working time is up to discussion, however, we prefer a flexible time-schedule.

We are accepting applications until 15th January, 2020.

To apply, please forward a CV with photo and a short motivation letter in English to info@ceid.hu

We are strengthened by the diversity of our colleagues, accordingly we welcome and actively seek applications from people of all cultures, backgrounds, and experiences.

Dániel Varga