We regularly get requests from students, and young graduates, who wish to do an internship. In general, we welcome such requests and may able to accommodate:
- Undergraduate development & engineering internships.
- Graduate research internships.
(e.g., “Stage de Recherche 3A” for Polytechnique students)
- End-of-study internships.
(e.g., “Stage 4A” for Polytechnique students)
- Graduate engineering internships.
- Pre-PhD internships.
In order to efficiently be able to evaluate candidates, as well as to track incoming requests, all candidates MUST:
- Verify that their interests are aligned with the research interests and competencies of at least one member of the Permanent Research Staff , for example, by looking at the team projects and publications.
- Verify that their skills are applicable to one or more of the open internship topics.
- Submit their application by way of creating a ticket through this link, and rigorously filling out all the required information.
Applications, which do not respect the above will be summarily discarded. Notably, internship requests sent by email will be summarily discarded.
Also, it is important to know your rights and responsibilities. To this end, all candidate interns are advised to consult:
Currently Open Internship Options
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