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Study and Internship Program in Germany (SIP-UAS7)

UAS7 (Seven German Universities of Applied Sciences) invites students who are currently enrolled in Canadian and U.S. colleges to apply for the UAS7 Study and Internship Program (SIP). The next deadline for the programs is February 15th. Successful applicants will be able to study one semester at one of the UAS7 member universities in Berlin, Bremen, Cologne, Hamburg, Munich, Muenster or Osnabrueck and afterwards receive a short-term placement at one of the university laboratories, at a company or organization.


Undergraduates enrolled in a degree program at a U.S. or Canadian college or university are welcome to apply. Successful applicants to this competitive program are eligible for one of two prestigious scholarship awards: the UAS7 Travel Scholarship.

Full eligibility details can be found on our website.
http://www.uas7.org/scholarships/study-a-internship-program.html

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