Apply for the CERN Paid Short Term Internship in Switzerland 2020-21. The deadline for the application is ongoing. If you’re an undergraduate in the technical or administrative fields and you’re looking to spend a few months training “on-the-job”, imagine doing your internship at CERN in Geneva. An impressive addition to your CV!
- The duration of the internship is a minimum of 1 month and a maximum of 6 months.
- Additionally, you will need to have full insurance cover valid in the Geneva area for medical expenses, work, and private accidents as well as any disability arising from professional and non-professional illness and accidents.
- Furthermore, you will receive a monthly allowance of 1,516 Swiss Francs: please note. However, the cost of living in Geneva is high and this allowance is just a compliment. You should have adequate financial resources to support yourself in the local area.
- You can apply for a place at any time up to the close of the annual vacancy in October 2020. A group of CERN experts who will act as supervisors to the selected students will consider your application.
- Please be aware that they only have a limited number of places for this programme.
- If you are selected, you will be contacted by the programme coordinator. If your application cannot be considered, you will be informed by email.
- Please note that if a traineeship agreement is required by your institute, as an international organisation CERN will not sign external documents.
- You will receive a monthly allowance of 1,516 Swiss Francs
- Also, an undergraduate in the technical or administrative fields doing your internship at CERN in Geneva is an impressive addition to your CV.
- Likewise, their professionals very much enjoy sharing their knowledge and expertise with students.
In order to qualify for a place on the programme you will need to meet the following requirements:
- You are a full-time student at the undergraduate (post-secondary) level and are at least 18 years of age.
- Please note that candidates who are currently studying for a PhD are not eligible for this programme.
- Additionally, your main field of study is in one of the following areas: physics, computing, mathematics, electricity, electronics, mechanical or civil engineering
- Likewise, instrumentation, materials science, radiation protection, safety and environmental protection, surveying, ultra-high vacuum, scientific communication. A very limited number of places may be available in administrative fields such as translation, advanced secretarial work, accounting, legal services, human resources, librarianship, logistics.
- Likewise, your work at CERN must be an obligatory or recommended part of your studies.
- Also, you will be returning to your educational establishment after completion of your stay at CERN.
- Additionally, you should have a good knowledge of English and/or French.
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