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International internship program in Switzerland receives applications

 The pharmaceutical group Novartis and the University of Basel are receiving applications for a three-month international internship program. Those selected will spend three months working full time at the group's research center in Basel, receiving a salary for doing so and conducting research using cutting-edge techniques. Registration is open until October 31st.

Novartis will provide economy class round-trip tickets, accommodation and health insurance to selected participants. In addition, it will also cover the costs of applying for a student visa to the Swiss authorities.

How to apply for the international internship program

To apply for internship opportunities, it is necessary to be at least in the second year of the master's or doctorate. Students from different fields of knowledge can apply, but according to Novartis, the fields of study most suitable for the vacancy are the following:

  • Biochemistry;
  • Bioinformatics;
  • Biology;
  • Biotechnology;
  • Biomedical Sciences;
  • Biological Sciences;
  • Computer Science;
  • Pharmaceutical Sciences / Pharmacy;
  • Chemical engineering;
  • Statistic;
  • Math;
  • Medicine;
  • Nanosciences;
  • Chemistry

The application for the opportunity can be made through this link , at the bottom of the page, by clicking on “Apply to Job”. As part of the process, you will need to send the following documents (in English):

  • Updated CV ;
  • Recommendation letter from professor at your current college;
  • Motivation letter ;
  • Research area of ​​interest;
  • Master's or doctorate proposal in which you are currently working;
  • Academic background .

It is not necessary to prove proficiency in English. However, as the entire selection process will be conducted in English, the candidate must demonstrate to recruiters that he or she has a good command of the language in order to participate in the international internship program. Entries must be made by October 31st.

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