Nasa internship program are accepting applications from all international students. NASA has announced Nasa international internship program for all the undergraduate students of some countries , the list of countries is mentioned below all the Non-U.S. international students ( undergraduate-level students of universities ) and fellows (graduate-level students of the universities) advised to participate in the NASA international internship Program will be part of a group contains of U.S. and foreign interns or fellows under NASA international internship program. This program will provide the opportunity to undergraduate and graduate students for interacting among the wide group in the lab and in more informal settings under NASA internship program.
About NASA Internship program
NASA Internship program is divided into sessions during the calendar year like spring, summer and fall . Non-U.S.fellows and interns are advised to participate during the same session as their unites states counterparts to have a truly integrated and collaborative environment
Participating Countries in NASA international internship program:
- Canada ( Space Agency and foundation canada)
- Israel (Space Agency of Israel )
- Europe ( Space Agency Europe )
- Jordan ( Prince Foundation of jordan which is crown)
- Brazil ( Space Agency Brazil )
- Lithuania (Agency for Technology)
- Mexico (Space Agency forum of Mexic )
- Australia (Victorian Space Education Center )
- United Arab Emirates )
- UAE Space Agency )
- New Zealand ( Ministry of space )
- Norway ( Space Center Norway )
- South Korea ( Aerospace Research Institute Korea)
- Portugal (space agency Science/Technology)
- Sweden (National Space Agency Swedish )
If you are a citizen of any of the countries mentioned above, and you are interested in applying for NASA international internship program to one of the available research opportunities, then you are advised to meet the entity around your country currently participating in this NASA internship program.
NASA is an independent agency of the U.S Federal Government and is responsible for several civilian space programs, as well as aerospace and aeronautics and research.
Number of Internships: Not specified.
Duration of Internship: NASA internships for international students are available throughout the academic year as we mentioned above (summer,spring and fall ). The majorities of these internships are full-time and occur in three sessions which follow the academic calendar.
-Spring Session opportunities (15-16 wks) begin in mid of January and end at the start of May.
-Summer Session opportunities (9-10 wks) begin at the end of May or start of June and end in early August.
– Fall and spring internships sessions are of 16-17 weeks in length, while summer internships sessions are minimum of 10-11 weeks for college applicants and 8-9 weeks for educatore (i.e students of high school)
-Fall Session internship session (16-17 weeks) begin in the end of August or start of September and ends at the Mid of December.
Selection criteria: selection of the candidates will be on merit .
Opportunity is About:
Outer Space Physics, Engineering Geography and Math Transportation
Applicants must be from :
- , South Lithuania
- New Zealand
Tobago United Arab Emirates
Description of Ideal Candidate for NASA international internship:
Criteria for application:
- Candidate must be citizen of one of the above mentioned countries;;
- Applicant must be studying an undergraduate(BS) or graduate (MS)degree program in engineering, science, technology or mathematics in a relevant field to NASA’s mission priorities;
- Applicant must have a minimum grade point average (GPA)or (CGPA) of 3.0 pr above , or can have equivalent marks if your university does not use GPA;
- Applicants must have have excellent academic record and a good interest in the space program,
- Applicants must be proficient in English in order to communicate with others during NASA international internship.
Cost-funding for participants:
- Fully Funded
- Partially Funded
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