NUS Law Overseas Internship Stipend (OIS)
"The NUS Law Overseas Internship Stipend (OIS) made possible my stint at the UN Office of Legal Affairs in New York! I am grateful to have been afforded the opportunity to witness the process of standard-setting and the codification of international law here at the UN. Indeed, the practical application of knowledge gained in law school has value-added my educational experience, and I must say NUS Law truly prepares its students well for the real world out there!"
– Alaistair Simon Chetty
Description of the stipend
The NUS Law Overseas Internship Stipend (OIS) will provide for 5 to 10 students (undergrads and grads) per academic year to undertake competitive unpaid overseas internships, with priority given to financially disadvantaged students. The stipend is intended to help partially defray the expenses for the overseas internship.
|»||International Court of Justice|
|»||World Bank Legal Interns Programme|
|»||Other overseas internships may be proposed and approved by the Faculty on a case-by-case basis. Generally, internships of a public interest nature with an international focus will be given preference.|
Application for the Stipend:
Students who wish to apply for OIS will have to fill up the attached application form and email the same, along with relevant supporting documents, to the administrators. Successful applicants will receive a lump sum stipend payment one month before the commencement of the internship.
Period of Application:
For Summer Internships: 1 December to 28 February each year
For Winter Internships: 1 June to 31 August each year
(i) Internships with the ICJ, World Bank and UN.
Other approved internships with non-commercial
organisations of similar distinction as the
institutions named in (i), and lasting at least 3
Asia – S$5,000
Australia, US, Europe and everywhere else – S$10,000
All other approved internships.
to 50% of reasonable travel and accommodation
expenses, subject to a maximum of S$5000
In the event that we have more applicants than no. of stipends available, priority will be given to those with financial needs (i.e. lower per capita household income).