Host organization: Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences (MATE)
Location: Godollo, Hungary
MATE is one of the largest agriculture-focused, multi-disciplinary, higher education institutions in Europe.
As an intern, you'll contribute to current studies on human activity and its impacts on structural and functional changes in soil fauna under the supervision of a faculty mentor. Duties include assistance in field work (sampling, recording) and laboratory work sample processing, and development of methodology.
All Global Interns receive an award totaling at least $3,000 for airfare, transportation, and living expenses. A portion of the stipend may be paid directly to the in-country host to support housing, food, and local transportation.