The John Innes Centre, Sainsbury Laboratory and Genome Analysis Centre are offering international undergraduate summer school internship programme for the year 2016. It provides an opportunity for interns to spend the summer on their research programme in plant, microbial and computational biology.
The purpose of the training programme is to provide the experience of research to undergraduates with research potential, in order to encourage them to consider a career in scientific research. International students can apply for this internship.
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- Field of Internship: It provides the UK and non-UK students the unique opportunity to spend the summer on their research programme in plant, microbial and computational biology.
- Course Level: Internship
- Internship Provider: The John Innes Centre, The Sainsbury Laboratory and The Genome Analysis Centre
- An internship can be taken at the UK
Applicants should be registered on a degree course. Students in their first or final year of study are not eligible.
- Students at universities and educational institutions within the UK and abroad are eligible to apply.
- The range of disciplines includes the Physical Sciences, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Mathematics and the Biological and Biomedical Sciences.
- Applications on behalf of first-year students, final-year undergraduates already committed to a PhD Program, or graduates, will not be considered. Medical students, and medical students studying for intercalated science degrees, are not eligible.
- Students must be registered at a higher education institution for the majority of their degree.
- Since this is an international training programme, the eligibility criteria may be slightly different for different countries.
Internship Open for International Students: UK and international students can apply for this internship.
Is this paid internship? The programme will assist the participating students by way of providing them with a bursary at the rate of £200 per week and free accommodation, for a total period of 8 weeks. The John Innes Centre/The Sainsbury Laboratory/The Genome Analysis Centre will also contribute bench fees of £500 per student to the host laboratory. The financial support results in no National Insurance contribution liability.
How to Apply
How to Apply: The mode of application is online.
Application Deadline: Closed