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PhD-student internships in Companies or Research institutes (Apply until 15th of May)

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The offer

A 2-4 months internship arranged in Companies or Research institutes. The salary/grant and travel costs is covered by the ADMA2 Project.

When?

We expect the internships to be sometime in the period August – December 2019.

Where?

There are 12 partners in ADMA2 project from 5 EU countries (Italy, Spain, Estonia, Netherlands and Finland) all of them are offering internship opportunities.

What’s in it for you?

  • profile your research career in a network consisting around 50 companies, universities and research institutes
  • apply your research skills in practice and solve real business challenges together with specialists
  • gain valuable work experience outside university before graduation, extend your networks, stimulate new research ideas and plan your international career

How to apply?

Fill in the form (see the access link below - if you can not see the link you should log in) until 15th of May, 2019.

By the end of May, we’ll shortlist students, and companies/Research institutes to find best matches and organise interviews. When you’re confident that you’d like to take part in internship, the project will go on to support you also in defining a project plan for the internship period.

 

Zoltan Javor

Zoltan Javor

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