2017 Cross-Culture Internships Programme For Study In Germany , and applications are submitted till Starting 2017, applications for CCP are to be submitted online via our new application portal.Applications are invited for CrossCulture Internships funding programme for 2016 academic year. In order to take part in the programme, applicants are required to have a long-term involvement with an organisation or institution in their home country. The programme enables internships for young professionals and volunteers from the participating countries and from Germany. This is a paid internship programme. CCP interns from abroad receive a monthly scholarship of 550 Euro which will last at least eight weeks and up to a maximum of three months. Full details:
School(Institutions/ Country): | Germany
internships are offered in the following work areas: Knowledge
society & education, Legal dialogue, justice & human rights,
International politics & civic education, Environment, Economy &
development cooperation, Media and Culture & art.
Deadline: Starting 2017, applications for CCP are to be submitted online via our new application portal
(Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations)
Groups): 2017 Cross-Culture Internships are targeted for applicants from
(Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Egypt, Germany,
Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Kuwait,
Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Morocco, Mauritania, Oman, Pakistan,
Palestinian Territories, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Republic of the Sudan,
Tajikistan, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Uzbekistan) are eligible to apply for this internship programme.
‣ Scholarship Duration: The 2016 Cross-Culture Internships will last at least eight weeks and up to a maximum of three months and will be individually scheduled according to profile, needs and availability.
this paid internship?
CCP interns from abroad receive a monthly scholarship of 550 Euro. In
addition, the following costs are met by the project: Visa, Return
flight, Health insurance and Accommodation. The costs of visa fees
and return flight are reimbursed to German CrossCulture interns. Ifa
transfers a monthly scholarship of 1,100 Euro to the candidate’s
bank account. The intern has to take care of accommodation and public
transport costs in the CCP country. Health insurance for Germans
abroad will be concluded by ifa staff for the duration of the
internships give young people from Germany and Islamic countries
the opportunity to gain diverse experience abroad in the context of
their working environment and to act as multipliers in their home
addition to further professional development and specialist training,
the 2016 Cross-Culture Internships programme participants also gain
an insight into the social and political structures of the host
country and become acquainted with cultural characteristics and
behavioural patterns through integration into working and everyday
make important contacts which they can use when they return to their
home country for future collaboration. Interns returning home can
offer a valuable contribution to their respective organisations
thanks to the experience they have gained abroad.
intercultural exchange thus sustainably strengthens the formation of
networks between Germany and the Islamic countries and encourages
cross-border dialogue and cooperation.
should be between 23 and 45 years of age. Applications from
matriculated students cannot be considered.
are also required to be in a good state of health and to have the
physical and intellectual capability required for spending a lengthy
period of time abroad and working within the context of the
good command of English is another important prerequisite for
successful participation. Knowledge of the German language is an
additional qualification, not a requirement for applicants from
knowledge of the language of the CCP target country may be valuable
for applicants from Germany.
The nomination of
the participants will be announced in March. Letters of
refusal will be sent without further explanations in April.
No one has a legal right to be selected for the CrossCulture
Scholarship Application Method
from abroad: The filled in and signed application forms along with a
portrait picture are to be submitted via e-mail to the
German diplomatic mission of the applicant’s home country.
application deadline is 6 December 2015 (date of receipt at
the German diplomatic mission). Only complete e-mail applications
will be processed! Please pay attention to the technical requirements
of application e-mail. Please do not send e-mails with your documents
to the ifa as they cannot be processed here!
from Germany: The filled in and signed application forms along with a
portrait picture are to be submitted via e-mail to ifa in
Stuttgart, Gemany: bewerbungen-ccp(at)ifa.de.
‣ Starting 2017, applications for CCP are to be submitted online via our new application portal
Only complete e-mail applications will be processed! Please pay
attention to the technical requirements of application e-mail.
CrossCulture Plus 2017Call for Project Proposals
CrossCulture Alumni from Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, Yemen, Iraq, Lebanon and Germany can apply for project funding for the year 2017. Below you find the call for project proposals, the application form, form for banking details and the form for the budget plan. We are looking forward to receiving your proposals!
forms and guidelines can be download from the official website
is important to read the application procedure, and visit the
official websites (link found below) for detailed information on how
to apply for