Fully Funded GIFT Internship Program in Korea: Applicants are encouraged to submit applications for the GIFT Internship Program 2022 in South Korea. Undergraduate students in their third and final year (fourth year) who are interested in ferrous technology studies and who can participate in lab activities and demonstrate an interest in the system are granted fully supported overseas internships. The Graduate Institute of Ferrous & Energy Material Technology (GIFT) offers a completely subsidized internship program.
The Pohang University of Science and Technology will host the GIFT Internship program, which will last roughly 4 weeks. In the group of 50 young Universities, Pohang University, a private research institution in South Korea, was ranked first. It holds the 77th-best university ranking in the world, per QS Global World Ranking.
In addition to the winter, the GIFT Internship Program is available in the summer. The internship program will pay for all of the interns’ expenditures. Students from all over the world and from Korea can apply for the GIFT internship program. The first round of GIFT internship applications will close in the second week of May, and the second round will close at the end of November. The internships will begin in July 2022 and January 2023, respectively. Everyone has the opportunity to apply for the internship because there are no limitations based on culture, religion, or nationality.
The advantages of the GIFT internship in South Korea are as follows:
- The accommodation will be in university residence halls.
- Additionally, a round-trip ticket in economy class will be provided.
- KRW 500,000 for four weeks’ worth of subsistence.
- assistance with transportation
The following qualifications are required for the GIFT internship in South Korea in 2022:
- Both Korean and international students are eligible to apply.
- The applicant’s undergraduate program must be in its third or fourth year.
- There are no limitations based on gender, age, background, or nation.
- Applications from female students are encouraged.