Learn more about us as a potential employer while we learn more about you. Internship opportunities at Viola Vitalis enable you to use what you have learned, expand your knowledge and benefit from invaluable on-the-job experience.

Current Interns

Previous Interns

Faisal Hasan Khan

Project work: Development of Human Resource Personnel Policy of Viola Vitalis.

Institution: BRAC University,Bangladesh.


Louise Andersson

Thesis: Access to Safe Water in Rural Bangladesh - A gender perspective

The aim of the project is to conduct an in-depth review regarding specific gender-water issues in rural Bangladesh. The intention is to give a more in-depth and extended consideration to the subject in terms of
(1) Addressing the extent to which different groups of women are affected differently by the arsenic crisis and
(2) Mapping the gender-related differences of being afflicted with Arsenicosis. The empirical research will be based on a qualitative case study where primary data from the field will be gathered through semi-structured interviews, open conversations and due to feasibility, focus group discussions.

Institution: Stockholm University

26/09/2013 - 18/10/2013

Koshik Zaman

Thesis: Social Entrepreneurship in the Bangladeshi Health Care Context:
The pursuit and underlying motives of establishing a social enterprise – the case of Viola Vitalis

Institution: Uppsala University, Sweden

March-April 2010

Anna Peterson

Thesis: Establishing in a BoP Market - in a Bangladeshi way (Download)

Institution: Stockholm School of Economics

Maria Paulsson

Thesis: Establishing in a BoP Market - in a Bangladeshi Way (Download)

Institution: Stockholm School of Economics

Ylva Kalin

Thesis: Access to and Utilization of Health Services in Rural Bangladesh –A Gender Perspective (Download)

Institution: Department of Economics, Lund University, Sweden

Shahnaz Parveen

Thesis: (MPhil) Studies on Chemical Effect and Feasibility of Biosensor for Arsenic Detection in Water

Institution: Khulna University of Engineering and Technology

September-December 2011