Ecole Polytechnique, Paris Internships for Students

This message is to let you know that updated information about the Internship Program for International Students 
at Ecole Polytechnique in the Summer 2012 can be found on the following webpage:

Some of the internship subjects offered are listed at:

In addition, students can apply for an internship in any research group within one of the 22 laboratories at Ecole Polytechnique:

Application forms can be downloaded at:

The official deadline for us to receive full applications from partner institutions is on December 15, 2011.

We are planning to extend the deadline until December 23, 2011 to leave more time for students who might have examinations to gather their application.

We would be interested in hosting advanced undergraduate and graduate students from the University of Toronto through this program:

We hope to have the chance to host in 2012 the first students from the Faculty of Arts & Science and the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering through this program.
Feel free to contact me and my colleague Cécile Vigouroux, in charge of the Internship Program, if you need further information.

Best regards,
Sylvain Ferrari

Sylvain Ferrari 
Associate Vice President for International Development
Vice Presidency for External Relations 
Ecole Polytechnique 
Route de Saclay 
91128 Palaiseau Cedex 
Tel: +33 1 69 33 39 43 
Fax: +33 1 69 33 39 54
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Canada Connect Internships Program for Grads and PDF’s

From: [] On Behalf Of Patricia Lindley
Sent: Tuesday, August 02, 2011 11:03 AM
Subject: [Caura-net] FW: Connect Canada Internships program announcement

Connect Canada is a new internship program that links graduate students 
and Canadian companies for research placements. Regardless of the issue, 
the sector or the location, Connect Canada internships can help 
companies find a cost-effective solution developed by highly skilled 
graduate students under the supervision of an academic supervisor. 
For graduate students, it provides a pathway to further develop their 
research skills, while gaining valuable industry experience and contacts. 
For the academic supervisor, the stipend is considered a part of their 
research funding and provides an opportunity to make contact with various 
industrial partners.

The categories of research that can be performed through this program 
fall into the following categories:  natural science, engineering, 
economy, social science, health, environment and ethics. Each internship 
is four-to-six months and is completed by a graduate student at the 
master's, PhD or post-doctoral fellow level.

Connect Canada internships are funded by $5,000 from the company, 
which is matched by Connect Canada for a total intern stipend of 
$10,000 for the entire internship. The Connect Canada Internship program 
is funded by the Industrial Research-Development Internship (IRDI) 
program through the Networks of Centres of Excellence (NCE).  

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