The Aragón Institute for Engineering Research (I3A) is launching a scholarship program that will facilitate the participation of 16 master's students from the University of Zaragoza, within the framework of their Master's Final Project, tutored by I3A researchers.
The objective of the internship is to promote access to research for those students who have demonstrated high level of academic achievement. During their stay at the I3A, they will have a training plan focused on one of the four divisions of the I3A, Biomedical Engineering, Information and Communication Technologies, Industrial Technologies and Processes and Recycling.
The training plan will include an introduction to the research world, planning activities in the field of I+D+i and the development of a research project that may culminate with the Master's Final Project students. In addition, a permanent member of the I3A will always supervise them.
The director of the I3A, Pablo Laguna, explains this program aims to “attract students to cross the bridge between formal training and research, in a way that allows them to learn about the exciting field of research under fellowship conditions presenting to them a very demanding professional option, but with high added value both personally and for today's and future society”.
The scholarship will have a maximum duration of six months, a gross remuneration of 600 euros per month and will have a dedication of 30 hours per week. The I3A Research and Graduate Commission will be in charge of selecting the 16 people who access the scholarship; applications can be submitted until October 9.
Melania Bentué – I3A Communication
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