Bank of Beirut Internship

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May 31, 2019

CALLING ALL 3rd Year UNI STUDENTS; Work experience with the Bank of Beirut, Lebanon.

This is initiated by the World Patriarchal Maronite Foundation for Integral Development and Bank of Beirut, in cooperation with Western Sydney University (WSU). This experience aims at providing university students enrolled in a banking related course with a unique cultural, business and social experience in Lebanon. While doing work experience with the Bank of Beirut, they will also be exposed to Lebanon’s history, culture and Christian presence.

This program will be offered as an academic subject to all students enrolled in a Business School course at WSU (as subject # 200920 Enterprise Internship) or any other Australian university - through cross-institutional studies (as an elective subject). The work experience will take place from 24 June to 19 July 2019 in Bank of Beirut, Lebanon. 

TO REGISTER INTEREST; PLEASE SEE THE FLYER or SEND A MESSAGE ! 

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(Third Year University students with Interest/Appreciation in Lebanese culture)

Number of Internships: 20 positions to be filled this year

When: 24 June to 19 July 2019

Where: Beirut Lebanon

Free Accommodation: at Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK) in Kaslik

Allowance: A$25 per day

Travel to and from work: By Bus (organized by the Bank)

Academic Study: 200920 Enterprise Internship

Costs for students: Return air travel from Australia to Lebanon.

Financial Support: Eligible students can receive OS-Help up to $6,791 (please see website https://www.studyassist.gov.au/help-loans/os-help-and-overseas-study for details)

Accompanying Staff: A Western Sydney University Academic will accompany students during their internship period.

Study obligations: Workshops and training will be provided in multiple modes: on-line delivery; face to face workshops and seminars in Australia and Lebanon by Academics from Western Sydney University and Holy Spirit University of Kaslik

Showcase: Selected students will be invited to travel back to Lebanon for 2 days to attend the Bkerke Socio-Economic Forum in August (2nd to 3rd of August) – Fully funded.

Social and cultural activities: Trips to Parliament House, Stairs to Harissa, Byblos and the old town of Batroun; organized by the employer

Sponsors: Bank of Beirut, Bank of Sydney, World Patriarchal Maronite Foundation for Integral Development, and Western Sydney University School of Business.

For further information, please visit: https://bit.ly/2IASidF or contact: Dr Kathy Tannous at [email protected] Deadline: 8 June 2019


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