Canadian Trade Office in Taipei

Canada is represented in Taiwan by the Canadian Trade Office in Taipei (CTOT), a locally-incorporated entity staffed by Canadian government and local Taiwanese personnel. The CTOT facilitates cooperation on trade and investment, science and technology, public policy issues, education and youth exchanges, arts and culture, and aboriginal affairs. For more information, click here.


  • Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident. 
  • Must be a McGill full-time undergraduate or graduate student, returning to their current registered faculty in fall 2019.
  • Must be receiving academic credit.

Selected candidates must complete a security screening before the start of the internship.

The host organization is currently recruiting one McGill student for the position of Analyst in the General Relations Section for summer 2019.

Download the internship postings:

PDF icon Canadian Trade Office in Taipei - Analyst, General Relations Section - Summer 2019 [.pdf]

Carefully read application instructions before submitting your documents. Completed applications should be submitted via email to ion [at]

Please note: If you are applying to a second degree at McGill and waiting for a response, you must hold a confirmation of acceptance by the application deadline and include it with your application material.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications closed for 2019.

SELECTION: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted, within two weeks of application deadline. Please do not email to inquire about the status of your application. Shortlisted candidates will be required to provide full commitment to the internship selection process by the Permanent Missions of Canada in Geneva and waive any other internship opportunity at this time.

A formal acceptance of an ION internship is a final decision, and under no circumstances (unless health or family-related) can a student withdraw from the internship after accepting. The consequence of this would be refusal of candidature for future ION internship opportunities. Please remember, revoking a spot in one of the organizations means also revoking it from another student who might have had the opportunity to take it.

Successful candidates will receive an award from McGill University valued at $6,585.

Successful candidates are required to attend the following sessions:

  • Cross-Cultural Workshop
  • Interns Responsibilities and Guidelines
  • University-Wide Pre-Departure Session
  • Internship Workshop: Success in a Professional Environment
  • Reception for Awards Recipients
  • Internship Debriefing Session (September)