Internship applicants must be students who are currently registered in University, and who will not graduate before completing the internship. In order to make international exchange possible we encourage students to get a grant from the Leonardo/Erasmus programme. Your university should be able to supply you with information and UNStudio will support you in your application. If applicable, UNStudio will also assist you in applying for a visa for your residence and work permit. Interns in our Amsterdam office will work on one of our Knowledge Platforms for the first four weeks of their internship.
For non-EU internship candidates who are interested in applying to our Amsterdam office, recent changes in Dutch visa permit regulations require these applicants to provide UNStudio with an original letter from their University which states that their internship is a compulsory part of their study, after they have been selected for the internship. Without this letter, beginning an internship at this office is unfortunately not possible.
We strongly encourage you to explore our website and to familiarize yourself with our offices, our HR policy, our clients and our projects.
We look forward to receive your application!
This is an open vacancy to our pool - there is no closing date