Internships at the Politecnico di Torino
The MITOR Project funds a limited number of internships for MIT undergraduate and graduate students at POLITO's partnering labs and spinoffs. Internships have to be at least 2 month long. Funding covers airfare and living expenses. Opportunities available in most engineering fields. Priority will be given to students with some knowledge of Italian language and culture. We expect most internships to take place in the summer, but companies and labs are very interested in graduate students who can stay for longer periods.
There is no deadline for the internships, but interested students should apply well ahead of time in the Fall and no later than March 1rst for Summer and Fall placements.
To apply, please send
- your resume
- a letter of intents
- your academic transcript
- and a letter or recommendation
to Dr. Serenella Sferza, MIT-Italy Program Co-Director email@example.com
To view recent interns, please go to