The Virtual/Online War Studies Internship Program is designed to provide students and young professionals with an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of war and its implications. The program will focus on both historical and contemporary conflicts and will offer a comprehensive view of the causes, conduct, and consequences of wars.
The internship program will be conducted entirely online and will be structured around a combination of live online lectures, group discussions, and self-paced study. Participants will have access to a range of online resources including books, articles, videos, and other multimedia content.
To provide students and young professionals with a comprehensive understanding of war and its implications
To offer insights into the causes, conduct, and consequences of historical and contemporary conflicts
To develop critical thinking, research, and analytical skills in relation to war and conflict
To provide participants with an opportunity to interact with experts in the field and to learn from their experiences
To prepare participants for careers in fields related to war and conflict resolution.
To provide students with an understanding of the causes and consequences of war.
To introduce students to the principles of military strategy and tactics.
To explore the role of technology in modern warfare.
To examine the ethical considerations of armed conflict.
To develop critical thinking and analytical skills related to the study of war.
The Virtual/Online War Studies Internship Program will be structured around the following components:
An orientation session will be conducted at the start of the program to introduce participants to the program structure and expectations.
Live Online Lectures:
The program will feature a series of live online lectures by experts in the field of War Studies. These lectures will cover a range of topics related to war and conflict, including the causes of war, the role of technology in warfare, and the impact of war on society.
Participants will engage in group discussions to explore and analyze the topics covered in the live online lectures. These discussions will be facilitated by a program coordinator who will provide guidance and feedback.
Participants will have access to a range of online resources, including books, articles, videos, and other multimedia content, to supplement the live online lectures and group discussions. Participants will be expected to complete the assigned readings and activities and to participate in online forums.
The Virtual/Online War Studies Internship Program will run for a duration of 12 weeks. Participants will be required to commit approximately 10-15 hours per week to the program.
The program is open to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as young professionals with an interest in the concerned industry.
Open without an end date.