Good news! Applications for the ESO Science Journalism Internship are currently open. In this article we will explain in detail about this Study, its benefits and the step-by-step process.
ESO Science Journalism Internship 2021-2022 is a fully-fledged internship for international students. The apprenticeship period is three months to six months. Internship will provide a monthly allowance to cover your accommodation, accommodation and return expenses from / to your home station.
The ESO Education and Public Outreach Department (ePOD) oversees the organisation’s outreach activities. Various programs and programs are used to meet the specific needs of television, print and online media, such as media releases and media broadcasts. EPOD introduces a multimedia approach to public access and produces high quality printed material such as brochures, books, annual reports, newsletters, posters etc.
The European Southern Observatory (ESO), formerly the European Organization for Astronomical Research in the Southern Hemisphere, is a 16-nation international research organization on astronomical governments. Created in 1962, ESO has provided astronomers with advanced research facilities and access to the southern sky.
Summary of ESO Internship
Institutions (s): ESO
Focused areas: Scientific integration of frontline astronomy projects.
Study Time: The internship period is 3 to 6 months.
Deadline: December 31, 2021
ESO Learning Benefits
The ESO Science Journalism Internship will provide:
A monthly allowance to cover your living expenses.
Cost of return trip from / to your home station.
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ESO Internship Qualifications
Applicants must complete the following ESO Science Journalism Internship procedures:
Required Languages: English. You must be fluent in English both in writing and orally.
Eligible countries: All countries of the world
We are looking for people who want to get information on scientific communications through frontline astronomy projects.
You should have prior experience in written scientific communication in English and especially astronomical communication or other physical sciences in public.
You should also have knowledge of astronomy that allows you to understand science papers.
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Provide clear, concise and timely and written communication.
Work under time pressure and submit deadlines and rates.
Work on your own and as part of a team.
Build good working relationships with people from different backgrounds and cultures.
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How to apply for an ESO Internship
Please follow the following application instructions to win the ESO Science Journalism Internship:
Apply online from Here.
Complete the application in English.
The application includes a letter of recommendation and your CV.
Please re-upload your work samples (Requests without samples will not be tested).
To learn more about the ESO Science Journalism Internship, please visit the official website: