There’s good news! The CERN Short Term Internship for students with disabilities is now accepting applications. This post will go over the details of the CERN internship, its perks, and the application process step by step.
CERN Short Term Internship 2023 is a paid opportunity for international students in Switzerland. It is reserved for students with disabilities. 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 Summer Internship.
Physicists and engineers at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, are studying the universe’s fundamental structure. They study 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.
Education is one of most important responsibilities. Their experts like sharing their knowledge and skills with students who are dedicated to and enthusiastic about their chosen field.
Are you a technical or scientific student seeking for an internship where you can put your knowledge to use and gain practical experience? For a period of up to 6 months, join them in CERN’s collaborative, knowledge-sharing, and international atmosphere.
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While CERN Jobs are open to all qualified candidates, this particular opportunity is reserved for students with disabilities as part of CERN’s commitment to improve inclusiveness and accessibility in the workplace.
Interesting Facts About CERN internships
CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) offers internships for students interested in gaining practical experience in the field of particle physics and related disciplines. CERN is one of the world’s leading research organizations and operates the largest particle physics laboratory, located near Geneva, Switzerland.
CERN internships provide a unique opportunity to work in a collaborative and international scientific environment, gaining hands-on experience and exposure to cutting-edge research in particle physics. Interns have access to state-of-the-art facilities and the chance to network with scientists and engineers from around the world.
For detailed and up-to-date information about CERN internships, including specific programs, application deadlines, and requirements, it is advisable to visit the official website or consult their internship opportunities page.
- Organization: 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 availabilities. Your application will then be reviewed by CERN experts and if successful, you will be contacted by the programme coordinator. Please be aware that we only have a limited number of places for this programme.
This Internship reserved for students with disabilities will provide a monthly allowance of 1516 Swiss Francs.
- You will need to have full insurance cover valid in the Geneva area for medical expenses, work, and private accidents as well as any disability arising from professional and non-professional illness and accidents.
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Applicants must fulfill the following criteria for this Internship reserved for students with disabilities:
- Good knowledge of English and/or French.
- You are residing in France or Switzerland 
- You are a full-time student at undergraduate (post-secondary) or graduate level (doctoral students are not eligible).
- You are at least 18 years of age.
- You have full insurance cover valid in the Geneva area for medical expenses, work and private accidents.
- Your main field of study is in applied physics, computing, mathematics, electricity, electronics, mechanical, electrical or civil engineering
- Your work at CERN is an obligatory or recommended part of your studies.
- You will be returning to your educational establishment after completion of your stay.
: Currently limited to France and Switzerland during the pilot phase of the project.
How to Apply?
Please follow the following application instructions to win CERN Short term Internship reserved for students with disabilities:
- 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.
- You can apply for a place at any time throughout the year and can indicate your availabilities. Upon receipt, and typically within 2-3 working days, we will get back to you to acknowledge receipt and clarify any urgent questions you may have around the programme. Please note that if a traineeship agreement is required by your institute, as an international organization will not sign external documents. You will therefore be required to use this traineeship agreement provided on https://cds.cern.ch/record/1994294/files/convention_stage_6mois en.pdf. Please note that we have a limited number of places for this programme. You are encouraged to contact Internship team on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions regarding the internship, including for matters of workplace accessibility or special needs
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