Questions and answers

How do I get an internship at Inria?

How do I get an internship at Inria?

Research internships If you are interested in applying, we recommend that you look at the themes our research teams are working on and consult their websites to see what their activities and field of intervention are. After that you can contact the teams that interest you directly.

How do I get a research internship in France?


  1. Step 1: Find a lab. Get in touch with one of our laboratories.
  2. Step 2: Internship agreement. Contact the office of your host laboratory to request an internship agreement that must be duly signed you, your home institution and the ENS de Lyon.
  3. Step 3: Student housing and insurance.

Who is a research intern?

As a research intern, it’s your job to assist your employer, usually a professor at your college or university, with a multitude of tasks. Your duties include conducting research, compiling data, implementing ideas, and helping write papers. The long-term goal is to turn the internship into a career.

How do I get a Charpak internship?


  1. be an Indian national residing in India at the time of application.
  2. not be more than 30 years old at the time of application.
  3. be currently enrolled in an Indian institution of higher learning at Bachelor’s/Master’s level.

How do I apply for a Charpak scholarship?

The students must submit their application on the online scholarship portal along with the scans of following documents:

  1. Passport size photograph (please make sure that the photograph uploaded is formal)
  2. Scanned copy of the first page of your passport (with photo and expiry date).

How do I become a research intern?

Do some projects yourself- It is going to help you understand the research work better and will be an addition to your resume while applying for research work under the professor. For example, a project in theoretical physics will help you secure a good research internship in that particular field. d.

How do I get Charpak?


  1. be an Indian national and reside in India.
  2. be 30 years old maximum at the time of application.
  3. be a student currently enrolled/have studied at an Indian Institution of higher learning or a young professional employed in a company for a maximum of 3 years at the time of application.

What is Charpak scholarship?

Charpak is the French government scholarship programme in India. The scholarship programme is divided into 3 sub-programmes. It allows Indian students to study at undergraduate or postgraduate levels in public and private institutions in France.

What is Eiffel scholarship?

The Eiffel scholarship programme, launched in January 1999 by the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, is aimed at foreign students whose outstanding ability has been recognised by French institutions of higher education who wish to sponsor these students for the rest of their studies.

Is it possible to do an internship at INRIA?

Every year, Inria hosts young researchers, students and final year undergraduates within its research teams. An internship at the Institute will appeal to those attracted by digital science and technology and the public research environment.

Is the INRIA Joint Center part of MSR?

The Microsoft Research-Inria Joint Center, Inria JC, is a collaborative research partnership between Microsoft Research and Inria, the French Public Research Institute in Computer Science. Since its creation in 2005, the Inria JC has been home to over 25 projects co-led by researchers from Inria and MSR.

What makes INRIA a good place to work?

For years, Inria has been committed to education in digital culture, environmental impacts, quality of life at work, disability, ethics, parity, diversity and equal opportunities: Inria gives meaning; Benefit from a friendly, stimulating work environment and top quality working and material conditions

What is the collaboration between Microsoft and INRIA?

After more than ten years of collaboration in a joint research partnership, Microsoft and Inria (National Institute for Research in Digital Sciences) have launched phase four of their initiative, with one key goal – to accelerate the deployment and adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) within France’s technology ecosystem.