How can I apply?
You can apply online through the application buttom below. In the form you are asked to briefly outline your motivation for joining the project in maximum 500 words. In addition, you will be asked to upload your CV and grade transcript for your first academic year.
What are the next steps in the application phase?
Once you apply, a pre-selection will occur prior to inviting applicants to a 30 minute interview. The interviews will take place beginning of August. By mid-August you will be notified about the outcome of the application.
When does the project start and how long does it last?
The pilot project starts in September 2020 with multiple workshops and is an on-going project until June 2021.
What requirements do I have to meet?
There are no direct study related requirements such as GPAs or passing of all courses that students have to meet, as the project rather prevails in its core idea of supporting social projects. However, these factors are still considered in the selection of the students as there are only a limited number of spots available. Most importantly, we are looking for students that voluntarily aim to be a force for positive change, are open minded, are communicative whilst having the endurance and dedication to uphold during difficult situations.
How many hours per week do I need to plan for the project?
8 - 10 hours per week is the expected workload for the project.
When is the application deadline?
The application deadline is Thursday August 6, 2020 at 23:59.
What language does the project require?
The primary language is English.
Who can apply for the “I-DO”-Project?
The “I-DO” - Project is suitable for upcoming RSM (I)BA2 students.
Do I apply individually or as a team?
Your application is individual. However, we give the option to you to name preferences of who you want to work with in a team. Nevertheless, you are not applying as a team, therefore do not expect that you will be certainly placed with your friends in a team.
Please, wait for the upcoming recruiting phase.