On this page you will find current openings for student assistant jobs, and thesis/internship positions. These positions have been sent to S.A. Nitocra from within WUR and are not associated with our sponsors. To find an internship or job position with one of our sponsors, please go the private page I am a Nitocran, to see the vacancies that are selected especially for BIL and MIL students! We try our utmost best to keep the information on this page up-to-date, but please contact the contact persons listed with the vacancies when in doubt.
Down below is an interactive table where some suggestions can be done for vacancies that are suitable for BIL or MIL studens and graduates. If you have seen an interesting vacancy you can fill in the form on the right and your submission will be displayed in the table below!
MIL Internship Opportunity at the Great Green Wall Accelerator of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) in Bonn, Germany
Imagine a living symbol of hope, the largest living structure on the planet, one that stretches 8,000km across Africa, ushering in a new era of sustainability and economic growth. Launched in 2007 by the African Union, the game-changing African-led Great Green Wall initiative aims to restore the continent’s degraded landscapes and transform millions of lives in the Sahel. In 2021, the Great Green Wall Accelerator was launched to consolidate the progress made to date and support and scale the ongoing efforts of the Great Green Wall and its 2030 ambitions.
Hosted by the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) in Bonn, the Accelerator is searching for one or two (preferably French speaking) students from Wageningen University & Research to join the UN coordinating team in facilitating collaboration among donors and stakeholders and help all actors to better coordinate, monitor, and measure the impact of their actions. Fore more information on the Great Green Wall Accelerator, visit: Green Wall Accelerator | UNCCD. For more information on the internship opportunity, please contact: Stefan Schüller (SLM), email@example.com
Student assistants for the course Design in Land and Water Management 2 (WRM-21312)
In the period 11 March to 7 June 2024, the course WRM-21312 – Design in Land and Water Management 2 (2nd year BIL) will be organised. This course is based on the principles of demand-steered education and for most of the time the students work in teams to develop meaningful intervention plans and design to improve land and water management practices in a case study area situated in the Rau River Basin on the slopes of the Kilimanjaro in North Tanzania.
We are looking for a student-assistant to assist students with their activities. To apply you should:
· have successfully completed this course
· be interested to work in a team
· have well-developed analytical skills
· be motivation to assist fellow-students in their learning process
· We look for at least one senior student on the team
Under the supervision of and in close cooperate with the lecturers, the student-assistant will:
· Assist with the preparation and implementation of the course programme;
· Assist the students with their self-study sessions, assignments and group work
· Take part in communications on the digital learning environment (MS Teams; BrightSpace)
· Take part in evaluation activities for the course
· 180 hrs in the period 1 March – 30 June 2024
More information: Eng Kees Blok MSc (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dr Michel Riksen (email@example.com)