**Applications are now open for the 2023 programme**
Tyndall National Institute and IPIC's Summer Fellowship Programme attracts students who are studying STEM in the Republic of Ireland and provides successful applicants with a truly immersive experience.
The Summer Fellowship Programme will allow you to work with renowned researchers at Tyndall National Institute, IPIC the SFI Centre for Photonics, MCCI and IERC. You'll receive access to world-class research environments, and the opportunity to learn from award-winning scientists and researchers who are at the cutting edge of deep-tech research.
To support you during the programme, you’ll be partnered up with a senior researcher that’s relevant to your chosen research area. You’ll receive a generous stipend while undertaking a 12-week research project complemented by a workshop series. You’ll learn about research commercialisation, communication and more. The Summer Fellowship Programme has been designed in a flexible manner for blended working that accommodates online remote learning as well as supervised lab access for each summer fellow.
To be considered for a summer fellowship position, you need to be enrolled as an undergraduate student in a Republic of Ireland based university or institute of technology from all STEM fields.
Summer fellows have the opportunity to work in a variety of specialised fields, including:
We will provide 30 summer bursaries for the 2023 programme. Applications are now open, for more information on the projects we are offering, please refer to the Project Overview Document.
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Taking place on Tuesday January 17 at 4pm, students can learn more about the program by attending our informational Open Evening!