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Research Internship in Science and Engineering (RISE) for Undergraduates, 2013 Germany

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) offers paid  summer internships for undergraduate students from USA, Canada and the UK,  2013 Germany

Field of Internship: Science and Engineering
Course Level: Internship
Internship Provider: The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
Internship can be taken at: Germany

Eligibility:
-Be currently enrolled at a university/college in the United States, Canada or the UK as a full-time student in the field of Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Sciences or Engineering (or a closely related field)
-Be an undergraduate who will have completed at least 2 years of a degree program by the time of the placement
-Prove that you will be registered as an undergraduate at your university/college for the academic year 2013/2014

Internship Open for International Students: USA, Canada and UK

Is this paid internship? Yes

Internship Description: The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) – in cooperation with science organizations in North America and Germany – is pleased to invite undergraduate students from the US, Canada and the UK in the fields of biology, chemistry, physics, earth sciences and engineering to apply for a summer research internship in Germany. RISE summer placements take place with research groups at universities and top research institutions across Germany. This program is funded by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany. DAAD will provide a monthly Internship of 650 Euro for a period of 8-12 weeks. DAAD will organize a three-day meeting of RISE scholars in Dresden and Heidelberg to offer an opportunity for discussion and networking and to meet representatives from major German companies.

How to Apply: By Online

Internship Application Deadline:  Between December 6, 2012 and January 31, 2013 (first step)

Further Internship Information and Application

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