There’s good news! The CERN Short Term Internship program is now accepting applications. This article will go over the details of the internship, its perks, and the application process step by step.
The CERN Short Term Internship 2022-23 is a paid opportunity in Switzerland for international students. The internship will last a minimum of one month and a maximum of six months. A monthly allowance of 1,516 Swiss Francs will be provided by the CERN Summer Internship.
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Physicists and engineers at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, are studying the universe’s fundamental structure. They explore the fundamental elements of matter — fundamental particles that smash at close to the speed of light – using the world’s largest and most complex scientific instruments. Physicists can learn about how particles interact and get insight into the fundamental principles of existence through this process.
Since its inception, CERN’s has prioritized diversity as an important aspect of its purpose and a core principle. Education is one of CERN’s most important responsibilities. Their experts like sharing their knowledge and skills with students who are dedicated to and enthusiastic about their chosen field.
If you’re a technical or administrative undergraduate searching for a few months of “on-the-job” training, consider conducting your internship. An excellent addition to your resume!
More About CERN
CERN, or the European Organization for Nuclear Scientific, is a European research organization that runs the world’s largest particle physics laboratory. The organization, which has 23 member states and is situated in a northwest suburb of Geneva on the Franco–Swiss border, was founded in 1954. Israel is the only country outside of Europe to be awarded full membership. CERN has been designated as a United Nations Observer.
The acronym CERN is also used to refer to the laboratory, which employed 2,660 scientists, technicians, and administrators in 2019 and hosted over 12,400 users from over 70 countries. created 49 petabytes of data in 2016.
CERN’s principal purpose is to offer particle accelerators and other infrastructure for high-energy physics research; as a result, many experiments have been built a result of worldwide cooperation. The Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world’s largest and highest-energy particle collider. The primary location in Meyrin has a big computing facility that is mostly used to store and analyze experimental data as well as simulate occurrences. Because researchers require remote access to these facilities, the facility has served as a key wide area network hub in the past. CERN is also where the World Wide Web was born.
- Institution(s): CERN Internship
- Location: Geneva, Switzerland.
- Internship Focused Areas: Fundamental structure of the universe.
- Internship Period: The duration of the internship is minimum 1 month and maximum 6 months.
- Internship Deadline: You can apply for a place at any time throughout the year and can indicate your availability. Your application will then be reviewed by CERN experts and if successful, you will be contacted by the program coordinator. Please be aware that we only have a limited number of places for this program.
Internship will provide a monthly allowance of 1,516 Swiss Francs.
Eligibility Criteria for Internship
Applicants must fulfill the following criteria for Internship:
- Required Languages: Good knowledge of English and/or French.
- Eligible Countries: All World Countries.
- You are a full-time student at the undergraduate (post-secondary) level and are at least 18 years of age. Please note that candidates who are currently studying for a PhD are not eligible for this program.
- Your main field of study is in one of the following areas: applied physics, computing, mathematics, electricity, electronics, mechanical or civil engineering, instrumentation, materials science, radiation protection, safety and environmental protection, surveying, ultra-high vacuum, scientific communication. A very limited number of places may be available in administrative fields such as translation, advanced secretarial work, accounting, legal services, human resources, librarianship, logistics.
- Your work at CERN must be an obligatory or recommended part of your studies.
- You will be returning to your educational establishment after completion of your stay at CERN.
How to Apply for CERN Short Term Internship?
Please follow the following application instructions to win Internship:
- All you need is a good CV!
- You can apply for a place at any time throughout the year and can indicate your availability. Your application will then be reviewed by CERN experts and if successful, you will be contacted by the program coordinator. Please be aware that we only have a limited number of places for this program.
- Make sure you have your CV to hand as you start your application. Once submitted you will not be able to upload additional documents or edit your application.
- Apply through the given link.