Switzerland is providing paid internships for international students, without requiring an IELTS test. Successful applicants will receive a monthly stipend of 3407 Swiss francs.

The CERN Administrative Student Programme in Switzerland for 2023 offers an exceptional opportunity for students studying administration-related fields to engage in ground-breaking projects with global impact.

The esteemed CERN organization, renowned as a world-class scientific center, is providing fully-funded internships for students to gain valuable experience in utilizing complex administrative techniques.

This program is open to undergraduate and master’s students whose degree mandates an internship and provides them with the chance to be a part of the world’s most structured administrative platform.

The international internship program at CERN is fully-funded and available to students from various administrative fields, including human resource management, translation, advanced secretarial work, business administration, law, logistics, finance, communications, library science, information science and technology, audit, communication, public relations, physiology, or any other related discipline.

Successful candidates will have the opportunity to spend between 2 to 12 months at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, gaining practical experience to complement their academic studies in their respective fields.

CERN Administrative Student Programme 2023: Host Country: Switzerland Host Organisation: CERN Internship Location: Geneva Internship Duration: 2-12 Months Internship Areas: Translation Human resources Advanced secretarial work Business administration Logistics Law Finance Accounting Library and information science Engineering management Science communication Education Audiovisual Communication and public relations Psychology Audit. Eligibility:

  • Applicants must be a national of a CERN Member or CERN Associate Member State.
  • Applicants must have completed 18 months of their undergraduate studies (either bachelor’s or master’s degree).
  • Applicants must be specializing in an administrative field at the time of the internship.
  • Applicants must be able to stay for a minimum of 2 months and a maximum of 12 months.
  • Applicants must be full-time registered students until the completion of the internship.
  • Applicants must be fluent and proficient in English or French language.
  • Students staying in STEM/Engineering fields are not eligible. How to Apply: To apply for a fully paid internship at CERN, click on the “I’m interested” button on the official website. Candidates need to sign in through LinkedIn, Smartprofile, or Indeed. Upload the latest resume to the resume box. Provide all correct and authentic personal details. Include academic details along with relevant experience. Include a motivational message to the hiring manager which shows the candidate’s commitment towards the internship at CERN. Be clear and specific about the fields “Education” and “Experience”. Since the application process is through smart recruiters, candidates are advised to write their answers in Notepad or Word in advance, as there is a limited time to answer the questions once the application starts. Required Documents:
  • Copy of the most recent academic transcript that represents the detailed works.
  • A reference letter from the university professor.
  • CV
  • If the candidate has done any prior internship, a second reference letter from a previous internship is required. The reference letter may be submitted by the candidate directly or by the referee on their own via the received application link.

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