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Graduate Internship Program

Logo for the Doctoral Internship Program. A red martlet flying over the title.

The Doctoral Internship Program (DIP) offers McGill’s doctoral students at the end of their degree the opportunity to learn and grow outside of academia through a remunerated internship of a period of 1 to 3 months. Students will enhance the skills they have developed as graduate students, and gain new professional expertise that will aid in their transition from university to the workplace.

For a limited time, the Doctoral Internship Program is open to in-course thesis Master's and in-course doctoral  students as the Graduate Internship Program. In-course internships for doctoral students and all internships from Master’s students will need approval from the McGill supervisor, who will sign off on the application form. Please see FAQs.

Students are welcome to find their own opportunities or browse the opportunities posted by previous DIP host organizations. Click on the links below to learn more about the Doctoral Internship Program.

Graduate Student

Internship Supervisor


 Several participants from the Doctoral Internship Program have shared their experiences and impressions of the program.   


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Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, McGill University.

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