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PeRL Internship Programme

Meaningful learning opportunities at the Centre of Pedagogical Research and Learning

RGS PeRL welcomes individuals with a keen interest in a pedagogical research and learning career to participate in our Internship Programme.  Our interns will be attached to a cross-function team comprising Research, Consultancy and Professional Learning domains where they will get a chance to work with experienced educational officers and professionals on specific projects integral to PeRL's core responsibilities and outputs. 

The internship, which is for a period of 12 weeks between March to May or September to November, will not only provide you with an insight into the work related to research and professional learning in education, but also allow you to feel the pulse of a knowledge-creating organisation.

Currently we offer internships in the following areas

There are different areas and choices for different interests and skills:

- Research

- Professional Development

- Consultancy

- Events Management

- Marketing and Publicity

Application Process

We welcome individuals with a minimum of A-level qualification, as well as education officers on PDL or working professionals from all disciplines with an interest in this field to apply for our Internship Programme. The job scopes and tasks that we offer will be designed to match your qualifications and experience.

If you are interested, drop us an email with your CV and cover letter. 

The PeRL Internship Experience


Interning at PeRL these last 2 months has been a wonderful experience for me. I can say that I got into the job without knowing fully what to expect. When the opportunity to work at my alma mater came up, I took it up without much hesitation as I looked forward to working and contributing in the school environment that I was familiar with. This experience has challenged me in many different ways and provided me with a better understanding of PeRL’s role in the school and how pedagogical research is carried out in the school context.

Through the work at PeRL, I have gained valuable insights and picked up new skills. I had the opportunity to be exposed to various aspects of research during the internship. Some of the tasks that I completed include doing transcripts for data collected, analysing qualitative data and reviewing literature. Apart from that, I was also able to interact with students and teachers through focus group discussions and gained a deeper understanding of their perspectives and viewpoints. Above all, I think the experience has allowed me to better appreciate research in the education field and how the research findings could shape and influence teachers’ teaching practices and the learning experience for students.

What made the internship experience memorable would be the conversations that I have had with students, teachers and colleagues at PeRL. These conversations and discussions enabled me to broaden my narrow views about certain issues and have allowed me to better connect with others and build lasting relationships with them. They gave me a wider perspective on the work that I was doing and made the internship a more rewarding experience. I believe that the experience has allowed me to grow as a person and has also sparked my interest for education research. 

- Ms Thet Thiri Ko
  Economics, University of Oxford