I | AM - Portal into Globally International Business
Switzerland is not only the land of banks, watches and chocolate, first and foremost it is a country which harbours such values as neutrality, peaceful fruitful cooperation, multiculturalism and development of innovations. Such a practice oriented and pacifist attitude attractive for leading business structures makes Switzerland one of the best places to set up and to develop startups, to widen and enrich professional connections as well as to leap into the very center of International Business.
Hence, this is not a miracle that it is Switzerland who hosts world’s greatest international organisations. I | AM, caring about future careers of each and every student, could not miss ensuring the link between its pupils and those global corporations.
Internship in United Nations headquarters in Geneva - a dream which comes true.
As a student of I | AM beneficiary from the access to the Entrepreneurs’ Club and Innovation Hub, you enjoy the opportunity to choose a class on the UN functioning. You will observe specificities of adopting resolutions, leading diplomatic negotiations, organising huge congresses and conferences for representatives of 193 countries. Not to miss for a future business person!
We will help you get a glance into those processes in the quality of a tourist (guiding tours to the Palais des Nations), volunteer (several days of observing within the Organisation), and prepare you to take a leap of faith and become an intern of the most famous international organisation.
This is where you make an impact on the global community and take full advantage of it for your own gain.
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CERN, the ”Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire", or European Council for Nuclear Research located in Geneva, the famous center where
physicists and engineers are probing the fundamental structure of the universe. They use the world's largest and most complex scientific instruments to study the basic constituents of matter – the fundamental particles. The particles are made to collide together at close to the speed of light. The process gives the physicists clues about how the particles interact, and provides insights into the fundamental laws of nature. - https://home.cern/about
Let I | AM guide you per aspera ad astra!