The Institute is inviting applications for graduate students from IARU group Universities for 2020 Internship in Oxford - Multi-disciplinary research on different aspects of population ageing.
The Oxford Institute of Population Ageing is a multidisciplinary research institute concerned with the processes and implications of global demographic change. It was established in 1998. Based on the US Population Center, it was funded by a grant from the National Institute of Health (National Institute on Aging - NIA) to establish the UK's first population centre on the demography and economics of ageing populations. It achieved Institute status in 2001.
Accommodation and other facilities:
The Institute will assign a mentor to the intern who will work with him/her on proposed research. In addition, the Institute is offering a University card giving access to the Oxford University Central Library ("the Bodleian Library") and to the Institute building; free attendance at departmental and institute seminars and lectures, as well as a wide range of seminars and lectures across the University (during term time); access to the University IT facilities; use of dedicated desk and storage space, within the Institute's Research Area; use of shared telephone for University Network calls and for limited use of local UK dialling; general access to the Institute and departmental communal facilities and common area; free use of photocopier to a limit of 1000 unites; reasonable free use of stationery and consumables, as well as use of printing facilities, through central laser printer; free use of shared Institute PC for access to emails etc. Assistance with finding accommodation in one of the University Colleges would be provided.
Duration of Internship:
From one week to three months.
This internship can take place any time of year – as indicated in the application form, students should specify what timing would work best for them.
Application and Enquiries:
Application to include:
- Application form
- Two letters of support