Applications are required at CERN for CERN Technical Student Programme 2019, The CERN Studentship Programme 2019 is designed for students for working in an international environment and having a great quality of life. The program is Fully Funded by CERN for students to polish their skills and explore Geneva, Switzerland.
CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, physicists and engineers are probing the fundamental structure of the universe. Using the world’s largest and most complex scientific instruments, they study the basic constituents of matter fundamental particles that are made to collide together at close to the speed of light. The process gives physicists clues about how particles interact and provide insights into the fundamental laws of nature.
About CERN Technical Student Programme 2019
One of CERN’s key missions is education. Our professionals very much enjoy sharing their knowledge and expertise with students who are committed and passionate about their chosen field. There’s no better way to learn than on-the-job. When that job happens to be in a world-famous organization and center of scientific excellence, even better. If your university or institute requires or encourages you to acquire work experience through an internship, imagine doing this at CERN in Geneva. It’s more than work experience. In fact, it’s a student programme like nowhere else on Earth and impressive addition to your CV.
CERN Technical Studentship Programme 2019 Details
- Department Name: CERN
- Location: Geneva, Switzerland
- Position: Technical Student Programme
- Deadline: May, 2019
CERN Technical Studentship Programme 2019 Fields:
The CERN Technical Student Programme 2019 consist of fallowing Fields/Posts
- Technical Studentships – Applied Physics
- Technical Studentships – Electrical or Electronics Engineering
- Technical Studentships – Material and Surface Science
- Technical Studentships – IT, Mathematics and Robotics
- Technical Studentships – Mechanical Engineering
- Technical Studentships – General or Civil Engineering
Benefits Of CERN Technical Student Programme 2019
CERN would very much like to benefit from your expertise, commitment, and passion. some of them for CERN Technical Studentship Programme are
- A contract of association from 4 to 12 months.
- An allowance of 3305 Swiss Francs per month (net of tax).
- A travel allowance.
- Depending on your personal circumstances, a supplement if you are
- married and/or have children.
- Coverage by CERN’s comprehensive Health Insurance scheme (the contribution will be automatically deducted from your allowance).
- 2,5 days of paid leave per month.
In order to qualify for a place on the CERN Technical Studentship Programme 2019 you will need to meet the following requirements:
- You are a national of a CERN Member or Associate Member State (check countries list below).
- You have completed at least 18 months of your undergraduate studies (Bachelor or Master’s) at the time of the next student selection taking place in May 2019.
- You can stay for at least 4 and at most 12 months remaining registered as a full-time student. We advise you to opt for the longest period possible to make the most of it and increase your chances of being selected!
- You have a good knowledge of English OR French.
CERN Member States For CERN Technical Studentship Programme
CERN has 22 Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.
Cyprus, Serbia and Slovenia are Associate Member States in the pre-stage to Membership. India, Lithuania, Pakistan, Turkey and Ukraine are Associate Member States.
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CERN’s Technical Student Programme Fields Details
Electrical or Electronics Engineering
If you are a student looking for practical training in domains related to Electrical or Electronics Engineering, you will have the opportunity to work at the cutting edge of technology, contribute and broaden your knowledge in areas as varied as high or low voltage electrical engineering, energy distribution, communication networks, computer systems, signal processing, microelectronics or radio frequency to name but a few.
If you are a student looking to complete practical training in domains related to Applied Physics, you will have the opportunity to work at the cutting edge of technology, contribute and broaden your knowledge in disciplines as varied as particle detector physics and their applications, analysis and simulation, data processing, radiation studies, beam instrumentation, optics, lasers, cryogenics, vacuum or thermodynamics to name but a few.
IT, Mathematics and Robotics
If you are a student looking for practical training in domains related to Information Technologies, Mathematics or Robotics, you will have the opportunity to work at the cutting edge of technology, contribute and broaden your knowledge in areas such as web applications, virtualised infrastructure development, distributed computing, databases, software development or system administration, using the most common programming and scripting languages.
Material and Surface Science
If you are a student looking to complete practical training in domains related to Material and Surface Science or Chemical Engineering, you will have the opportunity to work at the cutting edge of technology, contribute and broaden your knowledge in areas as varied as mechanical testing of materials, magnetic measurements, metallography, surface treatment, optical and electronic microscopy, X-ray diffraction or radiochemistry to name but a few.
General or Civil Engineering
If you are a student looking to complete practical training in domains related to general or civil engineering, surveying or safety, you will have the opportunity to work at the cutting edge of technology, contribute and broaden your knowledge in areas as varied as industrial and tertiary building structures, design and drafting, underground structures, roads, drainage, geotechnical engineering, safety risk management to name but a few.
If you are a student looking to complete practical training in domains related to Mechanical Engineering, you will have the opportunity to work at the cutting edge of technology, contribute and broaden your knowledge in disciplines as varied as structural mechanics and machine development, magnets, fluids or heating systems, mechatronics,
You will need the following documents for CERN Technical Student Programme 2019 to complete your application (please make sure to name the documents accordingly e.g. CV, motivation letter, academic transcript)
- A CV/Resume.
- A copy of your most recent academic transcript giving an overview of your marks (if you download it from your university portal please make sure there is no protection so that we can open it).
- A reference letter from your University Professor (Mandatory. Should you have a letter of reference from a previous internship you may add this as a second reference).
- You can upload this letter at the time of application if you have them to hand. You will also be provided with a link as soon as you have submitted your application to forward to your referees to upload their letters confidentially. This must be done before the closing date.
Please note that your CERN Technical Studentship Programme applications may be shared with a panel of national experts for evaluation purposes.
Tips For Selection
- Ensure your CV is complete with all skills and experience that make you stand out as a candidate.
- Be as clear and specific as possible in the application fields “Education” and “Experience” in order to increase your chances of being selected. Also
includein this section all the specific skills (e.g. programming languages, hardware, databases etc.) that you have acquired that will support your application.
- And last but not least, make good use of the ‘Motivation’ section to tell us why you’re a great candidate for CERN!
Your application for CERN Technical Studentship Programme along with all supporting documents should reach us no later than 25.03.2019. It will be reviewed by a panel of CERN experts who will meet in May 2019.