The University of Calgary is making an effort to educate students, which is why the Fully-funded CRCC Asia International Internships programs are available.
The goal of this educational grant is to provide a fully-financed program for students from the Disabilities, Jewish, Black, STEM, and Foster/Care Leaver communities who are currently or planning to study at UCalgary in Canada.
This is a fantastic opportunity for pupils.
CRCC Asia International Internships are fully sponsored.
On April 26, 1966, the University of Calgary was established in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It is a public research university with 14 faculties and more than 85 institutes and centres.
Why are you attending this educational program? Students will have the ability to complete their internship program in China, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, or the United Kingdom as a result of this educational opportunity. It would also provide adequate financial assistance to all eligible students.
StudentUniverse will additionally give a round trip airfare and a fully-funded 1-month CRCC Asia Internship Program in Beijing or Ho Chi Minh City (including housing, internship placement, 24/7 on-site support, cultural activities, visa, and more).
Any Application Course Level November 23, 2019, is the deadline.
Department: NA University or Organization: The University of Calgary
Award: This is a fully sponsored award.
Number of Awards: 25-50 awards are available. Access Mode: Online
Nationality: International Language: English\s Fully-funded International Internships at CRCC Asia Countries that are eligible: Candidates might be of any nationality.
Acceptable Subjects or Courses:
At the university, any degree level program in the fields of Architecture & Real Estate, Business, Engineering, Finance & Accounting, Green Technology, Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare, Hospitality, Information Technology (IT), Journalism, Legal/Law, Logistics, Marketing (PR & Advertising), Media & Creative Industries, Risk Management, Sport Management, Travel & Tourism, and NGOs/Charities/Non-Profit Marketing.
Participants must meet the eligibility requirements, which include being between the ages of 18 and 25.
Become a member of one of the communities (Disabilities, Jewish, Black, STEM, and Foster/Career Communities).
Become a student at the University of Calgary.
How to Apply for CRCC Asia International Internships with Full Funding
The candidate must be a University of Calgary student enrolled in any degree-level course.
Information about the Award
For the funding, the students must contact Virginia Rayner, the program advisor. If participants are interested in participating in the program, they can write a 300-word motivation statement about how the internship would benefit them professionally, personally, and so on. Also, a statement explaining why you (the applicant) are applying for the grant and how you (the candidate) are involved in your community. Send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com.
Candidates must have a strong command of the English language.