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CERN Technical Student Programme in Engineering, Computing and Applied Science
CERN, founded in 1954 in Geneva, Switzerland, is an international scientific organization, funded by twenty European countries. CERN’s primary objective is to provide the scientific community with facilities to study the sub-nuclear particles and the forces that make up matter. The experiments at CERN attract more than 5000 scientists from over 80 countries, making it the world’s leading research laboratory for particle physics.Various possibilities are offered to students from the CERN Member States to come and join the world's leading particle physics laboratory.
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The Technical Student Programme is aimed at undergraduate students in technical fields, whose universities require or encourage them to spend a training period of several months during the course of their studies in industry or in a research establishment, or allow them to carry out a project in such an establishment. Selected students join a team working at CERN, and usually spend six to twelve months at the laboratory.
Due to numerous requests received by potential candidates, there is a link to a searchable database containing just a few examples of projects which have been offered by CERN Divisions to successful Technical Student applicants:
You should apply using the CERN e-recruitment system http://ert.cern.ch
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