Summer @ EPFL Internships 2018

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The School of Computer and Communication Sciences offers internships for Bachelor and Master Students at Lausanne, Switzerland.

The School of Computer and Communication Sciences provides internship opportunities in the Summer period for students enrolled in BSc, BTech, MSc, MTech, or equivalent programmes in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Telecommunications, or Electrical Engineering. Internships are assigned competitively to students with excellent academic results.


The minimum duration of an internship is two months but longer stays are strongly encouraged. It is strongly recommended but not mandatory that the internship period include the 2nd week of July to enable participation in some common activity. Internships require full-time commitment (~40 hours/week).



  • Applicants must be enrolled in a 3- or 4-year Bachelor programme or a 1- or 2-year Master programme (or equivalent undergraduate programmes). Students enrolled in PhD programmes are not eligible.
  • The Bachelor or Master programmes must be in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Telecommunications, Electrical Engineering, or a closely related field (e.g., some relevant programs in Mathematics). Students of other disciplines may want to check the information below.


  • Scholarships: CHF 1,600.- per month (pro rata to the actual duration).
  • Refund of travelling cost (2nd class train ticket or low-cost/economy airfare, only after written approval by the hosting laboratory).


  • Please use the application web site (usually open only a couple of weeks before the deadline, please be patient). The next deadline is 4th February 2018 for students from non-Indian institutions.
  • Besides filling in some basic information about yourself, you must attach a CV, all your university transcripts, and a 1-page letter of motivation in PDF (no other formats accepted).
  • You should use the letter of motivation to describe your scientific interests and the reasons that made you apply.

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