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Globalink Research Internship (GRI) program in CANADA has been officially launched! – Don’t miss out on this opportunity

Globalink Research Internship (GRI) program has been officially launched! – Don’t miss out on this opportunity

What exactly is the Globalink Research Internship?

The Globalink Research Internship stands as a highly competitive and sought-after initiative designed to attract exceptional researchers to Canada. On an annual basis, interns hailing from specific Mitacs partner countries and regions embark on a 12-week journey to Canada, spanning from May to October. Throughout this duration, they engage in compelling research projects hosted at various Canadian universities. The core purpose of the Globalink Research Internship revolves around forging a connection between Canada and the burgeoning international research talent pool.

The 2024 call for applications for the Globalink Research Internship (GRI) program has been officially launched! Aspiring students are invited to take part by submitting their applications before the deadline on September 21, 2023, at 1 p.m. PT.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity—Apply now by clicking the link provided at the end of this post.

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The Mitacs Globalink Research Internship is a prestigious program designed to attract international undergraduate students from a range of countries and regions, including Australia, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Mexico, Pakistan, South Korea, Taiwan, Tunisia, Ukraine, United Kingdom, and the United States.

This initiative spans from May to October each year, offering top-tier applicants a chance to engage in a 12-week research internship. During this period, participants will work under the guidance of esteemed Canadian university faculty members. The program encompasses a wide array of academic disciplines, encompassing fields as diverse as science, engineering, mathematics, humanities, and social sciences.

Currently, the Mitacs Globalink Research Internship program extends its reach to encompass more than 70 prominent universities across Canada. For further insights, please consult the list of academic partners that collaborate with us.

For past participants of the Globalink Research Internship who are contemplating pursuing graduate studies in Canada, the exciting opportunity of the Globalink Graduate Fellowship awaits.

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Here’s an overview of the GRI cycle, along with key dates:

April to June 2023:

Faculty members are invited to contribute to the program by submitting their research projects to Mitacs. The submission deadline for project proposals is June 8, 2023, at 1 p.m. PT, marking a crucial step for the 2024 Globalink Research Internships.

July to August 2023:

Following the submission period, Mitacs meticulously reviews the received projects. Decisions on the selection of projects are subsequently communicated to the professors. All approved projects are then made accessible to prospective student applicants through an online database.

August to September 2023:

During this phase, international students keen on participating in the program can submit their applications. From the online database of projects, they have the opportunity to choose the research endeavors that resonate with their interests.

October 2023:

Mitacs carries out an extensive eligibility review of the student applications to ensure compliance with program criteria.

November 2023 to January 2024:

This period involves the process of matching. Mitacs presents a list of student candidates who align with specific projects to the professors. The professors subsequently review the student applications, conduct interviews as necessary, and then proceed to rank the applicants based on their suitability. Mitacs then consolidates the rankings provided by both students and professors, culminating in the final offers being extended to the selected students. These results are officially announced in February.

February to April 2024:

Successful students embark on their journey by collaborating with their Canadian host professors to iron out pre-internship details. Concurrently, Mitacs orchestrates logistics and collaborates with university administrative bodies to streamline the process.

May to October 2024:

The pinnacle of the program arrives as the interns participating in the Globalink Research Internship program land in Canada. Over the course of 12 weeks, they immerse themselves in their respective research projects, working closely with their supervising professors.

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What are the offerings that the Globalink Research Internship extends to its participants?

Beneficiaries of the Globalink research internship can anticipate the following privileges:

  1. Tailored Project Matchmaking: Interns are meticulously paired with a Canadian professor and university, with the match being based on their personal research interests, skill sets, and areas of expertise.
  2. Round-Trip Airfare: Travel to and from Canada is facilitated, with the precise amount of airfare covered being contingent upon the intern’s country of origin.
  3. Airport Transfers and Accommodation Support: Interns receive transportation from the Canadian airport to their accommodation, ensuring a smooth transition.
  4. Stipend for Housing: A stipend to cover housing expenses is provided, with the exact sum varying based on the intern’s country of origin.
  5. Comprehensive Health Insurance: Interns benefit from health insurance coverage during their stay in Canada.
  6. Enrollment Fee Assistance: A stipend is allocated towards defraying student enrollment fees, with a maximum ceiling of $300.
  7. Food and Incidentals Stipend: To cater to daily sustenance and miscellaneous expenses, a stipend is allocated, the amount of which is subject to variation based on the intern’s country of origin.
  8. Guidance from On-Campus Student Mentors: Support and guidance are extended through on-campus student mentors located in Canada.
  9. Participation in Industry Events and Professional Development Courses: Interns gain access to registration for various industry events and courses focused on professional development.
  10. Certificate of Completion: Upon successful culmination of the internship, participants are conferred with a certificate of completion for the Globalink Research Internship, underscoring their achievement.

If you’re an ambitious student seeking a transformative research experience, the Globalink Research Internship beckons. Don’t miss this chance to broaden your horizons and engage in groundbreaking research in the captivating academic landscape of Canada.

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