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SEI Internship on energy geopolitics

Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) Tallinn invites motivated individuals to apply for an SEI internship on energy geopolitics position in our Climate, Energy and Atmosphere programme. This SEI Internship role is designed to support our researchers by offering insights into the geopolitical aspects of the energy transition.

Location: SEI Tallinn, Estonia (hybrid internship)
Duration: Minimum 3 months, maximum 6 months
Application deadline: 28 May 2023
Start date: Early June 2023
Language: Proficiency in English is required, while knowledge of Arabic or other languages is highly desirable.

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We are looking for a responsible and diligent individual who is motivated to learn and harbors a keen interest in scientific publication. The SEI Internship ideal candidate would have a relevant academic background in international relations, regional studies (with a focus on European or Asian studies), political sciences or geopolitics. Fundamental knowledge of energy security would add significant value to the candidate’s profile. Prior research experience in related disciplines would also give the candidate an added advantage.

Study level

SEI Internships are generally open to everyone, but priority is given to motivated, matriculated university students for whom an internship is either part of their curriculum, a thesis project, or applicants with work experience seeking new challenges. 

Potential work tasks:

  • Exploratory studies within the current energy security challenges of the European Union.
  • Contribution to multidisciplinary research on energy geopolitics, especially within EU external energy policy and its relations with China and Middle Eastern petrostates and in the context of the transition era.
  • Data collection (especially implementing interviews with experts
  • Contribution to scientific publication in the energy and climate policy fields
  • Communicate with relevant stakeholders, SEI colleagues, and especially, external experts.
  • Support ongoing projects, contribute to preparing proposals within the CEA team, and support other work-related tasks on demand, mainly related to climate and energy security projects.

Application requirements:

  • A letter of application highlighting relevant background, qualifications, interest areas, desired internship period, and expected achievement at the end of the internship (maximum 1 page).
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Optional: List of publications, posts and talks

Please note

SEI Tallinn only offers unpaid internships. Internship candidates are expected to be fully funded and insured by external sources for the entire internship duration. SEI Tallinn does not provide housing and does not assist in finding accommodation.


Inquiries concerning the content of the position can be directed to Climate and Energy Programme Expert, Javad Keypour (

For inquiries concerning the recruitment process, please contact Filippa Klintberg, HR Specialist, (



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