International Internship Programs
According to the educational regulations of the university currently in force, the international internship programs will not be considered as the obligatory internship course of the students. Nevertheless, these programs are of particular interest to those students who want to put their knowledge into practice by working at international workplaces/research labs. It is worth mentioning that in 2018 over 120 B.Sc./M.Sc. students of SUT entered into international internship programs which shows a surge of interest.
The opportunities for internship programs established following the instiutional agreements will be announced here. However, students are free to explore other international internship programs as well; there are hundreds of opportunities out there, you just need to search a bit! Please keep in mind that the confirmations of your supervisor, your departmental deputy-head for education/graduate studies and the university’s director for research are required for entering into these programs.
Should you have any further enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org (Alireza Kazemi), Tel: +98-21-66164780 (ext. 3).
Max Planck Society, Germany
Quota for B.Sc students: 7 students per year (for three consequtive months)
Requirements: applicants should have passed their first three years of study at SUT.
Majors: Physics, Physical Oriented Electro Engineering and Polymer Research
Application Process: Applicants should refer to http://iao.sharif.ir/mpi-program and upload the required documents. The deadline for Summer 2019 program is over.
National Chiao Tung University (Taiwan) Elite Internship Program
Application Deadline: March 6, 2019 (for the second round)
Requirements: Applicants should be Master and PhD students of SUT
Research Length: At least 2 months between 2019 May. 8 to 2019 Nov. 30
The results would be announced no later than April 2019
NCTU would offer a 1) free round-trip economy class flight ticket from their home country to Taiwan
and *2) additional NTD 5,000 scholarship (including 6% tax) for the first month in NCTU for admitted
students. The grant will be distributed in cash. Students will have to pay for the round-trip airfare prior
to their arrival in Taiwan. Students should keep the original electronic tickets, ticket receipt, and
boarding passes for the reimbursement of their airfare. During the research period, expenses such as
dorm fees, facility fees, insurance or other necessary fees shall be at individual student’s own cost
and pay upon their arrival to NCTU. Neither host professor in NCTU nor Office of International Affairs
bears the right to pay extra scholarship for students.
Applicants should send the following documents to email@example.com no longer than Monday, March 4, 2019:
- the filled out application form (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OqhW9i-DjWvNhr41I0SsmkoWyrh2qIHN/view),/2. the confirmation letter of the supervisor, the departmental deputy-head for graduate studies, and the University’s director for research (written and signed on the letterhead of the unviersity)/ 3. CV (in English)/ 4. The scan of the valid student ID card with expiry date on it/5. A copy of valid passport/ 6. Latest Transcript (in English)
Sharif University of Technology is now a member of IAESTE (International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience).
Students can apply for internship programs espoused by this organization. Please note that the destination country (and institute) will be specified by IAESTE randomly
Further, the selected candidates will be funded by the host institution. For more information, please refer to https://iaeste.ir/