Intern – International Security, Chatham House (London, United Kingdom)


Founded in 1920, Chatham House engages governments, the private sector, civil society and its members in open debate and confidential discussion on the most significant developments in international affairs. Chatham House is consistently ranked as one of the world’s leading policy institutes. Based in London, with a full-time staff of over 160 – and with a network of 150 associate fellows – we provide rigorous and independent analysis on how to build a sustainably secure, prosperous and justice world.

We are seeking an intern to support current projects and activities by the International Security Department. The role involves providing support for the Journal of Cyber Policy, assisting with event organisation, research and publications, and general administrative duties. You will be an integral member of the team and develop skills and knowledge across a range of different areas. You will gain valuable insight into the work of a leading foreign affairs think tank and be part of an exciting and professional environment.


  • You will have a graduate or post-graduate degree in a related discipline, knowledge of international security issues, and demonstrate particular interest for the department’s areas of research.
  • You possess excellent organisation and IT skills and have experience in an administrative role.
  • You are meticulous, adaptable, a fast-learner and have first-class communication skills (oral and written), with the ability to form positive relationships with co-workers.
  • You seek to understand how a think tank works and to gain experience as a valued member of a research department.

HOW TO APPLY: For more information and to apply, click here. Applications close August 4.

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