NATO Coperative Cyber Defence Center for Excellence Internship, Estonia

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The aim is to provide interns with an opportunity to experience working in an international environment and enhance their educational experience through practical work assignments. On the other side interns provide the Centre access to the latest theoretical and technical knowledge. Internship at the Centre helps both sides to expand the understanding of cyber defence and widening the network of professionals.

Currently there are three internship opportunities:

– Education and training – Profile – last day for applications 21st of June 2015

– Smartphone forensics – Profile – last day for applications 28th of June 2015

– Penetration testing – Profile – last day for applications 09th of August 2015

1. Duration of the internship
a. one to two months;
b. a full-time assignment.

2. Eligibility criteria
a. Candidates need to have higher education or enrolled in a graduate school degree program (second university degree or higher) at the time of the desired internship period;
b. Proficiency in English is essential;
c. National of a NATO member country. Exceptions to this criterion will be considered on a case-by-case basis by the Centre’s Directorate.

3. Conditions of the internship
a. The Centre is not financially responsible for the interns. Costs and arrangements for travel and visas are the responsibilities of interns or their sponsoring institutions;
b. Interns will not get paid but the Centre will reimburse certain accommodation costs up to a fixed sum;
c. Lunch will be provided by the Centre. In case if canteen is closed, meals will be the responsibility of the intern without reimbursement;
d. The Centre accepts no responsibility for the medical insurance of the intern or costs arising from accidents or illness incurred during an internship.

4. Administrative formalities for Estonian Authorities
a. Interns will be individually responsible for carrying out all administrative formalities requested by the Estonian Authorities concerning their legal status during their period of residence in Estonia;
b. A letter stating the purpose of the stay in Estonia will be provided for those who are required to apply for an Estonian visa.

How to apply:

Do you have necessary qualifications?

Please forward your application, CV, motivation letter up to 500 words to the Centre, preferably by e-mail ( Applications may also be faxed to +372 717 6808 or mailed to the following address:

NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence
Filtri tee 12
10132 Tallinn, Estonia


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