Every year, Aga Khan University’s International Internship Programme gives students from around the world the chance to learn new skills and develop their leadership abilities while working at agencies of the Aga Khan Development Network around the world.
With the rise of the global COVID-19 pandemic, many mobility programmes have come to a standstill while others like AKU’s Internship Programme have pivoted by going completely virtual.
AKU’s Virtual Internship Programme (AKU-VIP) represents a new model of interning for students. Interns have been placed in research, communications, strategy, and resource development departments and are working on projects across areas including the health sciences, media and communications, education, hospital administration, climate change, partnerships, and fundraising.
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