Open to: Students who are either pursuing or have obtained a bachelor’s or a master’s degree in the natural or computer sciences, mathematics or any related disciplin
Benefits: a minimum salary of EUR 1,086 gross per month
A scientific intern can be appointed for a period of up to 1 year. Candidates are selected by the head of a research group (Professor or Assistant Professor) and the appointment is subject to the availability of sufficient funds for the salary of the scientific intern and formal approval of the Academic Affairs division. Applications are accepted on a continuous basis, and those interested in an independent scientific intern position at IST Austria should contact the respective group leader directly.
Students who are either pursuing or have obtained a bachelor’s or a master’s degree in the natural or computer sciences, mathematics or any related discipline are eligible to apply for a scientific intern position at IST Austria.
It is important for you to show passion and interest in the research topic of the group you’re applying to. Having the relevant educational background is a must while having transferable/related research experience or technical skills and know-how would be a big benefit.
IST Austria offers scientific interns a minimum salary of EUR 1,086 gross per month.
First, you identify which research group you’re most interested in working with. In order to find out about the range of research groups available, please browse this overview of research groups available.
Once you’ve found a research group you’d like to work with, email the research group leader directly, remembering to include:
If the research group leader is interested in hosting you as a scientific intern in their research group, he/she or his/her assistant will be in touch with you regarding the next steps.
Please note: Not all research groups are able to accept an intern. Before applying, candidates should take a closer look at the research groups’ webpages to make sure their profile and research interests match the groups’ research topics.
For more information, please visit the official website.