Civitatis International is a think-tank that convenes policy seminars for the Ambassadors to the Court of St. James’s and advises stakeholders around the world.
They are holding a competition, to which LOndon Met are eligible to apply.For several years they have been running the Junior Associate programme for graduates of International Relations and the social sciences that has directly helped, though our skills building and careers mentoring, over 90 young leaders to secure their first job in the policy sector with an average starting salary ranging from £24,000 to £32,000 per year. Our Summer School in 2014 helped 61 selected students from around the UK and EU to gain real life skills and careers knowledge in how to secure a job in policy after graduation.
Some of these alumni are members of the Civitatis International Global Fellowship, which is a unique society of selected young leaders, numbering no more than 100, who may attend our events and are eligible to apply for careers coaching from us, to include one to one sessions on writing the perfect CV and cover letter for securing an interview for a policy or corporate job, interview coaching and job/internship strategy advice, including what recruiters in policy and the corporate sector really want from candidates. Only members of our fellowship are eligible to apply for this help from us and those following our advice secure a permanent and well paid policy job within only a few weeks.
They will select, by open competition, ten students from the United Kingdom studying International Relations, Politics and the Social Sciences to join our global fellowship.
If you wish to apply you may do so by sending in the application form available online, along with a CV and university or personal essay that broadly fits within the remit of the work for international peace and cooperation of Civitatis International.
Further information about the Civitatis International Global Fellowship and the application form are available at
The deadline for applications is 2PM Thursday, December 19th 2013.