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Innovation Management Intern

Are you ready to join our team? Read about the internship position, your opportunities and how you apply.

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Overview of the position

As our Innovation Management intern, you will work closely with our sector consultants and executive team on commercial and research/education projects. In addition, there will be day-to-day administrative tasks such as CRM-maintenance, event planning, delegation visits and other ad hoc tasks. Overall, you will get a broad-based experience with our consultancy services and the workings of our diplomatic work/missions.

Who you are

An education in business administration, social science, management or economics is an advantage, but not a requirement. Furthermore, we look for candidates who are:

  • Studying a master’s degree at a Danish university or business school
  • Interested in innovation, research and higher education in China and Denmark
  • Full of initiative and energy
  • Fluent in spoken and written English
  • Experienced with project coordination from idea to delivery
  • Good at working independently and can manage several tasks at a time

The position is unpaid, but concrete documented expenses (including rent, visa, flight tickets, vaccines and insurance) will be refundable up to 3000 DKK per month. The intern is responsible for handling practical issues regarding housing, insurance, vaccinations, etc.

How you apply

The internship runs over a period of 6 months from either 1 February - 31 July or 1 August - 31 January. The next open position will be our autumn internship 1 August 2020 - 31 January 2021. The application process will start in the beginning of 2020 and will be announced on LinkedIn.

Submit your application (in English) and attach résumé, grades and recommendations to If you have any questions, please contact Executive Director Søren Boutrup (

Download the internship description here.


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