Doing a research internship at Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS) is a great way to explore a new environment, acquire new knowledge, and help chart your academic path going forward.
INRS offers graduate internships in strategic fields such as renewable energy, nanotechnology, biotechnology, family, and urban sustainability to students from Quebec and around the world.
Once students have successfully completed their internships, they receive an internship certificate. Research internships, almost without exception, are paid with a salary. Lenght internship is 12 weeks.
Get hands-on research experience.
Participate in a cutting-edge research project.
Contribute to knowledge transfer projects that meet societal needs.
Work with researchers from many different backgrounds and fields.
Our undergraduate summer research internships are intended for students who have completed at least one year of study in an undergraduate natural sciences, engineering, health sciences, or social sciences program.
See all research internship openings at INRS