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2021 National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs, Taiwan) Internship Program Announcement for Foreign Undergraduate, Master and PhD Students

Results will be notified within 2 months of receiving the application.

National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs) will be offering internship opportunities to foreign undergraduate, master and PhD students in 2021. Through this program, NARLabs intends to provide scholarships to students interested in a hands-on research and practical experience at one of NARLabs’ research centers.

The goal of the program is to introduce students to scientific and technological development in Taiwan.

Applications are open for students working on four fields, including:

  1. Earth & Environment
  2. Information and Communication Technology
  3. Biomedical Technology
  4. Science and Technology Policy

The scholarship amount is ranged from 1,540 to 2,200 USD (18% of taxes will be deducted), according to the student's education background, which will be paid with equivalent TWD/NTD. The students' allowance is included in the scholarship.

The internship will be a full-time 8-week program and extendable starting after the acceptance notification received during the year 2021.

The applicant must:

  • be of foreign nationality
  • be in the fields of study related to one of listed NARLab’s research centers:
    • National Laboratory Animal Center (NLAC)
    • National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering (NCREE)
    • National Space Organization (NSPO)
    • National Center for High-performance Computing (NCHC)
    • Taiwan Semiconductor Research Institute (TSRI)
    • Taiwan Instrument Research Institute (TIRI)
    • Science & Technology Policy Research and Information Center (STPI)
    • Taiwan Ocean Research Institute (TORI)
  • be qualified for animal experimentation and experienced with medium and large animal surgery for applying to NLAC.
  • be master or PhD student with experience related to biomedical optoelectronics, bio-chemistry or molecular biology for applying to TIRI.

All required application documents are to be sent by email to Results will be notified within 2 months of receiving the application.

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[Boletín SIUN 520, 28/29 de enero de 2021]

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