Intern Abroad This Summer is inviting applications for its summer fellowship program, ‘The Aniket Singh Internship Program’, for the summer of 2019.
The Aniket Singh Internship Program is a 2-3 month internship opportunity.
This program is designed to enhance awareness and interest in high-quality academic research among young Engineering, Management, Science and Humanities students. Students will have the chance to intern at top colleges in England, India (IITs), Singapore and Switzerland.
Opportunity to work under top professors
Students chosen for this program will have the opportunity to work among some of the top professors in academic research in the world.
This Global Internship Opportunity furthers the endeavor that Mr Singh started when he launched the scholarship for underprivileged students at IIT Madras.
Candidates pursuing the third year of BE/B. Tech/B.Sc. (Engineering)/Integrated ME/M are eligible for the internship.
Students in Tech Programs and those in their first year of ME/M. Tech/ M.Sc./MA, first-year MBA students and second year of BSc/BCom/BA from all colleges in India are strongly encouraged to apply.
Special consideration will be given to students from economically underprivileged backgrounds.
Note: Candidates should highlight their academic performance including grade cards or marks sheets from their previous terms, any papers presented at seminars, projects executed, design contests he/she participated in, their scores/ranks in any competitions and any other awards/distinctions obtained.
For those who qualify as economically disadvantaged students, please provide documentation verifying your familial status.
There will be an essay section, where students will have the opportunity to further explain why he/she deserves to participate in this program.
Period of the Project
Duration of the program is between 2-3 months but differs between different colleges in England, India (IITs), Singapore and Switzerland.
In general, the internships will be between June 2019 to August 2019.
Once again, the exact dates of the internships will vary for different colleges.
More information will be posted once it is officially announced.
Stipend to cover living cost
For each intern, an appropriate stipend will cover the living expenses during the internship. Appropriate travel expenses (train fare for domestic and airfare for international interns) will also be provided.
The students will be paid a stipend to cover their living expenses which includes accommodation/food/other day-to-day expenses).
On top of that, they will be reimbursed for their travel expenses (train fare for domestic and airfare for international interns).
Some schools will provide on-campus accommodation while others will require students to find their own temporary accommodation for the duration of the program.
The following departments from the above-mentioned colleges are participating in the Aniket Singh Internship Program
- Aerospace Engineering
- Applied Mechanics
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Science & Engineering
- Engineering Design
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
- Ocean Engineering Physics
- Chemistry, Mathematics
- Humanities & Social Sciences
- Management and Business Studies/ MBA
Applications should be submitted online using the link provided at www.internabroadthissummer.com or www.aniketsingh.com.
- Applications will be accepted starting October 1, 2018
- The deadline for submission of applications is January 20, 2019
- There is no application fee
About Aniket Singh
Aniket Singh works for Apple Inc. in California, United States.
He is also the author of ‘Intern Abroad This Summer’ in which he outlines how to find and score international internships.
His internship program is based on the principles laid out in his book.
Aniket holds a B.Tech degree in Electrical Engineering from IIT, Madras, Chennai, and has earned a Master’s degree in Wireless Systems from Politecnico Di Torino in Torino, Italy.
He has interned at the University of Southampton in the United Kingdom and in the Ecole Polytechnic Federale de Lausanne in Lausanne, Switzerland as a student.
News credit : Indiatoday