Danish Embassy in Singapore is looking for interns for spring 2022

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Do you dream of a dynamic daily life in an international environment where you help promote Danish interests in one of the world’s emerging markets? Use your interest in business, communication, politics and diplomacy in a six-month internship for Danish graduate students at the Danish Embassy in Singapore from February 1, 2022.

The deadline for applications is October 22, 2021.

About Singapore and the Danish Embassy

Singapore is the undisputed business hub of Southeast Asia and, along with Denmark, the country is in the top ten on the list of best countries to do business. The island state, known for its strong economy, low corruption rates and high standard of living, is used by many companies as a test bed for its products in the region. At the same time, Singapore is known as the greenest metropolis in Asia, and sustainability is a priority, like in Denmark.

The Green Agenda is an important topic in the work of the Embassy when we look after the interests of Denmark in Singapore and when we help Danish companies to establish themselves in the market. We manage tasks relating to economic diplomacy, public diplomacy, European cooperation, political reports, delegation visits and consular and administrative tasks.

Exciting tasks and collaboration

The Danish Embassy in Singapore is looking for two interns to help it with the tasks of the Commercial, Public Diplomacy and Communication Department.

Within the sales department, tasks may, for example, involve:

The preparation of market analyzes, trade statistics, research for Danish companies and assistance in advice and management of public affairs. Participation in the planning and execution of export promotions, company visits and events – both physical and virtual. Assist in the marketing and communication of Trace Council services

In public diplomacy and communication, tasks may, for example, involve:

Participation in work with the Embassy’s external communications and content development for the Embassy’s social media. It is an advantage if you have experience with external communication and social media. Contribute to the development of ideas, planning and implementation of events and arrangements. These could be, for example, film festivals, exhibitions or professional events. Prepare information research, analysis, reports and delegation programs.

Assist in the political work of the Embassy and participate in meetings and events where the Embassy is represented.

At the Embassy, ​​staff work closely together in all areas and tasks. As an intern, you will be part of the interdisciplinary work of the Embassy and can expect to perform tasks in multiple areas. In other words, the Embassy can guarantee that you will be allowed to try many different tasks and that you will leave Singapore with a good understanding of what a Danish Embassy does.

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