2013 EPO Science and Engineering Internships in Germany, Austria, Belgium and Netherlands

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2013  European offers Science and Engineering Internships for Masters Students in  Germany, Austria, Belgium and Netherlands

Field of Internship: Science and Engineering 
Course Level: Postgraduate 
Internship Provider:
European Patent Office
Internship can be taken at
Germany, Austria, Belgium and Netherlands

Eligibility:You must:
-be a national of one of the EPO member states.
-hold a technical bachelor’s or a technical master’s degree (or equivalent qualifications) at the date of application, preferably in one of the above mentioned technical fields.
-have a very good knowledge of English.
-Knowledge of technical French and/or technical German would be an advantage.
-provide evidence of your own health insurance.
-your  degree should have been obtained no more than 2 years prior to the date of application.

Internship Open for International Students Yes (EPO member states)

Internship Open for Students of Following CountriesGermany, Austria, Belgium and Netherlands

Is this paid internship? Not known

Internship DescriptionEvery year, the EPO offers a limited number of three to six-month internships to engineering and science students who hold the minimum requirement of a technical bachelor’s (or equivalent level) degree.This is a unique opportunity to discover one of the world’s leading patent offices and to work in a truly international environment. Interns work side by side with examiners who tutor them throughout the internship. They carry out complex re-classification work on patent applications and receive training relating to patents and other areas of IP, and various aspects of an examiner’s work.

Number of awards offered: Not known

Tenure of award: The duration is Three to Six-months.

Value: Not Known

How to Apply: Online

Internship Application Deadline13 January 2013.

Further Internship Information and Application

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