FRQNT International Internships in Energy, Digitization and Aerospace

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The Fonds de recherche du Québec – Nature et technologies offers international internships for doctoral students whose research is in an area related to energy, digitization and aerospace. To be eligible applicants must be registered full-time in a doctoral program at a Quebec university. The funded studies must have a minimum duration of 2 months and a maximum of 6 months.

The maximum value of the grant is CAD$ 15,000. The maximum monthly value of the scholarship is CAD $2,500. Air fare for family members is covered in addition to this amount. A minimum of 5 scholarships are awarded each year.

Applicants must:

  • Have Canadian citizenship, permanent resident status in Canada, or a foreign student status with a valid study permit to study in Quebec.
  • Have the status of resident of Quebec within the meaning of the Quebec Health Insurance Act.
  • Be enrolled full-time in a graduate program at a Quebec university, in a field targeted by the Internship-Energy-Digital-Aerospace program.

The studies funded by this scholarship must take place in a university of one of the following regions or states:

  • Bavaria, Germany
  • Georgia, USA
  • São Paulo, Brazil
  • Shandong, China
  • Upper Austria, Austria
  • Western Cape, South Africa

The funded studies must begin no later than March 31, 2019.

For more information please consult FRQ-NT web page.

 

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