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Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law 2023 Internship Programme

The MPIL internship programme offers the opportunity to get acquainted with research and academic legal skills in the major fields of comparative public, European, and international law to a limited number of highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students.

It offers a stimulating and international working environment and the possibility of improving professional skills and networking capacities for future career paths.

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About Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law

The Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law is a leading institution in the fields of international law, comparative public law, and European law and represents one of the most vibrant intellectual communities on the European and global scene. Its directors as well as doctoral and postdoctoral researchers carry out top-notch research in all areas of public law, ranging from the use of force to global constitutionalism, from international human rights law to European constitutional law. Research might take the form of cooperative, multi-year projects involving many... read more


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Max Planck Institute Internship Programme


Aim and Benefits of Max Planck Institute Internship Programme

  • Interns enrolled in a degree programme at a university will normally be reimbursed €300 per month.

Intern’s Responsibilities

Interns will be assigned to a MPIL research fellow who will be their tutor during the entirety of their stay. They will be involved in the tutor’s specific research projects as well as in the academic life of the Institute. At the beginning of the internship, the intern and the tutor will set up an education plan.

Interns’ tasks and responsibilities typically include:

  • Conducting research activities in the areas of international law, comparative public law and EU law;
  • Assisting in the preparation of contributions to academic meetings of the Institute;
  • Writing legal summaries (cases and texts);
  • Participating in the organization of workshops and conferences;
  • Carrying out specifically tailored research activities (independently or jointly with their tutor);
  • Assisting in research projects carried out at the Institute.

Interns are encouraged to participate in the Institute’s activities and intellectual life, which include weekly research meetings as well as thematic discussion fora and international conferences.


Requirements for Max Planck Institute Internship Programme Qualification

Applicant must:

  • be enrolled in a full-time undergraduate or graduate university level course during their proposed period of internship, preferably in law or related disciplines (e.g. international relations, European affairs, philosophy, social and political sciences). PhD candidates are not eligible for the MPIL internship programme.
  • be among the top students of their degree programme, with demonstrated research and drafting skills.
  • be fluent in written and oral English (C1 Level); knowledge of other EU languages, and German in particular, will be an asset.
  • be computer literate.

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Documents Required for Application

Send the following documents:

  • A CV and a cover letter explaining your motivation and specific interest for applying to the Max Planck Institute, along with the suggested time and duration of your stay;
  • A copy of your high school diploma (e.g. Abitur with English translation);
  • A copy of your academic transcripts (with an English translation including a brief explanation of the university grading system).


Application Deadline

December 1, 2022


How to Apply

Applications should be submitted in English through [email protected]

Incomplete applications will not be considered.

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