Connecting students and faculty with research and innovation
- MIT-Germany intern Eric works on custom built spectrometer for data extraction at the University of Heidelberg.
If you missed our info session, be sure to take a look at some general information about our program.
We offer a variety of student opportunities for qualified candidates, including:
- All-expenses-paid internships at companies, research institutes and universities
- Career opportunities and 6-12 month internships after graduation
- Graduate and PhD programs in Germany
- Workshops and IAP activities
- Study abroad opportunities throughout Germany: tailored or group programs
While MIT-Germany works with hundreds of institutions to send MIT students to Germany, a select group of companies and foundations choose a deeper partnership with MIT by sponsoring the program. Every corporate partner relationship is customized to meet the specific, intersecting needs of the organization and MIT.
The MIT-Germany Seed Fund provides funding for MIT faculty and their German counterparts to jump-start projects. Priority is given to projects that include student participation. The MIT-Germany Seed Fund is part of the MISTI Global Seed Funds.