ECMI internship on Non-Territorial Autonomy in Europe

ECMI seeks an intern for September-December 2010 to support a new ECMI project on “Non-Territorial Autonomy in Europe.” The project aims to study the bruising on cialis various non-territorial autonomy arrangements that exist for national minorities in Europe. The task of best price for generic viagra the one day delivery cialis intern will be to assist the canadian viagra principal investigator of cialis prescriptions the project in building a database of knowledge about these arrangements as well as compiling a bibliography and usa pharmacy viagra expert roster.

How to apply:

Please send your application by electronic mail only; no phone calls will be accepted. A letter of viagra from india application with the indian cialis canada reference "Internship on Non-Territorial Autonomy", accompanied by a curriculum vitae, the names, contact details (including e-mail addresses) of three references, and an unedited writing sample in English (an extract of maximum 5 pages from a research paper not edited by someone else), should be sent to:

Maj-Britt Risbjerg Hansen:

Incomplete applications will not be taken into consideration. You will be contacted after an initial review and cialis 50 mg asked to provide academic/professional references in case you have been shortlisted.

Internship Guide:

For additional information, please refer to the viagra buy online Internship Guide of ECMI.

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