Shanghai Summer Research Internships
July 11, 2020 - August 23, 2020
NOTE: Current dates are approximate. Check back in January 2020 for exact dates.
SJTU is one of China’s most illustrious research universities. The Summer Research Internship Program attracts students from all over the world to learn in state-of-the-art facilities from prominent research professors. As a participant you’ll be introduced to many fields of research: mechanical and electrical engineering, civil engineering, materials engineering, environmental sciences, agriculture, biotechnology, biomedical engineering, and pharmacy.
Be prepared for hands-on experimentation that encourages you to problem-solve. Lectures and seminars will clarify each field’s key motivations and questions, which will drive your research projects. Throughout this internship you’ll access a wide range of technologies, from CAD and 3D design software to laboratory models and equipment. Your assignments will also vary: you may conduct experiments and present the findings, design a solution to a problem, or work with a group. Soft skills are part of the program as students develop their collaborative and science communication skills. And of course, along with your projects you’ll enjoy taking in Chinese culture and language. You’re encouraged to explore the amazing sights of Shanghai with your fellow students!
The goal of the SJTU summer program is to train students in the scientific process of collecting data, analysing results, and ultimately thinking like an innovator. You’ll also benefit from the chance build your network of peers and collaborators. Most importantly, a summer spent exploring many fields of research will give you insight for directing your future academic path.
For more information, visit the Shanghai Jiaotong University Summer program website at: http://summerprogram.sjtu.edu.cn/
See here for the 2019 Summer Research Internship Brochure.
Program Specific Eligibility Requirements
Applicants must have completed at least one year of an undergraduate program in the project discipline.
See How to Apply page for general CLIC eligibility requirements.
Apply with your home university to receive your travel grant.
Complete an application with the China Scholarship Council.
Once your China Scholarship Council application has been verified, you will be nominated to the program. Once your nomination has been received, you will be sent a link to fill out an online application without having to pay the application fee. Please do not pay the application fee. CLIC cannot reimburse you if you do.
Travel grant deadlines vary for Canadian universities. Check with your home university CLIC contact.
March 6th for the China Scholarship Council application.
April 30th for the Shanghai Jiaotong University online application.
Student Mobility Office
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Room 808,New Administration Building
No. 800 Dongchuan Rd., Shanghai, China 200240
+86 21 34205135