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Current Opportunities

These opportunities are open to all Social Sciences PhD students, postdoctoral fellows and those in transition (i.e. who just finished their PhD studies and haven't started their postdocs) at the University of Cambridge.

 

The Cambridge ESRC DTP is very much committed to the idea of ‘real world research’ and we want our students to gain experience of working with external partners, however briefly.  We expect DTP students to undertake some form of collaborative activity as part of the their PhD training. We also strongly believe that there can be mutual benefits in such collaboration.

 

Internship Opportunities - Easter 2019 call

To apply for the DWP opportunity below, please send your CV and a completed DWP PhD Secondment Application Form and a DWP PhD Secondment Funding Permissions Form by email to both: esrcdtp@admin.cam.ac.uk and evidence.strategyteam@dwp.gov.uk

Deadline for applications for the DWP opportunity: 26 May 2019, 23:59

Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)

(you can choose to work from DWP offices in Leeds,
London, Newcastle, or Sheffield)

Full details are available here.

 

To apply for all opportunities below, please complete a CSSP Internships Application form and return it with your CV to: esrcdtp@admin.cam.ac.uk .

Deadline for applications: Sunday 2 June 2019, 23.59

Department for International Trade (DIT)

Intellectual Property 

London

 

Trade policy – Intellectual Property

Full details are available here.

Department for International Trade (DIT)

Procurement

London

Trade policy – government procurement

Full details are available here.

Department for International Trade (DIT)

Environment

London

Trade policy – environment

Full details are available here.


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For further information on these calls please contact , Director of Cambridge Grand Challenges and Cambridge Social Sciences Partnership Manager.