Master 2 Students' Internships Call (A)
Projects can be submitted at any time before April, 30th 2023.
Closing date of the call: Projects can be submitted at any time before April, 30th 2023.
Jury's decision : 1 month after the submission of the proposal
- Internship proposals must involve the collaboration of at least two people from two DATAIA partner institutions (see list in Annex 2 of the call text) that are not from the same laboratory or the same host institution
- The internship topic must be in the scope of DATAIA's overarching challenges
It is essential to have a candidate before sending proposals . The detailed terms and conditions of project submissions are in the text of the call.
All proposals must include
1 - Mandatory information such as
- Title of the project
- Names of the supervisors and their contact information
- Names of the host laboratories and/or research teams
- Name and CV of the trainee
2 - A project description (2 pages)
- Objective of the internship
- List of the partners' previous collaborations (if any)
- DATAIA challenges that the internship is related to
- Position statement on the chosen research topic
3 - A financial appendix stating
- Amount of funding requested and duration of the internship
- Start and end dates of the internship
- Name of the institution that receives and manages the allocated funds
- Names and contact information of administrative and financial contact
A proposal template is available online
The application must be sent by the host laboratory to
If the project is accepted, DATAIA will fund the student for 4 to 6 months at the usual grant level (approximately 650 euros per month).
- All communication (publication, presentation) related to the internship must mention the funding of DATAIA:
“This research was supported by DATAIA convergence institute as part of the ”Programme d’Investissement d’Avenir”, (ANR- 17-CONV-0003) operated by [Partner] XXX”
- The internship report should be sent to DATAIA at the end of the internship
- A short presentation may be requested during DATAIA's annual scientific days