Symantec Graduate Fellowship

Symantec Corp. based in Cupertino, Calif., is offering a one-year fellowship that covers 100 percent of the student’s tuition and fees and provides a $20,000 stipend to cover academic-year living expenses. Recipients will have the opportunity to work directly with Symantec’s top researchers on new research projects and will also have access to the company’s market-leading technologies and extensive Global Intelligence Network.


In addition, recipients are eligible for a salaried summer internship at Symantec Research Labs to pursue innovative research. This allows the students to research and develop next-generation technologies that could impact millions of customers, in a real-world industry environment.

Eligibility Criteria
- Applying students must attend a university in a Ph.D. program focusing on systems research.
- Preference will be given to students with a desire to work in an industrial research lab and those working on innovative research projects in areas related to Symantec’s businesses such as security, storage, backup, virtualization, cloud computing, big data infrastructure, etc.
- Recipients will also be selected based on their overall potential for research excellence and their academic progress to-date as evidenced by publications.

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