The Finnish National Gallery is now accepting applications for research internships for the high-achieving applicants in Finland. The internship is awarded for masters-level art and cultural history students.
This is a paid internship programme. The salary is equivalent to the salary of university trainees. The internships are based in the Archives and Library unit of the Finnish National Gallery Collections Management. The in-house tutor and the intern will meet on average weekly.
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Application Deadline: Application Closed
- Field of Internship: Internship is awarded to master’s level art and cultural history students.
- Course Level: Internship
- Internship Provider: The Finnish National Gallery
- An internship can be taken in Finland
- For this purpose, the Finnish National Gallery has launched a research internship programme for art or cultural history students (preferably masters-level) internationally to work with us as research interns.
- The programme has two aims. The Finnish National Gallery wishes to enhance the study of its collections including artworks, archives, and objects. At the same time, we wish to support students who choose to write their master’s level theses on subjects based on physical collections and objects, archive material and data.
Internship Open for International Students: Finish students are eligible to apply for this internship programme.
Is this paid internship? The salary is equivalent to the salary of university trainees. The internships are based in the Archives and Library unit of the Finnish National Gallery Collections Management. The in-house tutor and the intern will meet on average weekly.
A number of awards offered: In 2018 the Finnish National Gallery is prepared to receive three research interns.
Internship Duration: The intern is under contract with the Finnish National Gallery during the internship period of three months.
How to Apply
How to Apply: Send your application by e-mail to fngr-at-national gallery. fi or by post to FNG Research, Chief curator Hanna-Leena Paloposki, Kaivokatu 2, 00100 Helsinki, Finland.