Internship Scholarship Program For International Students
An international scholarship program is available to international students for an internship in the laboratories of Université Laval researchers participating in research projects funded by Sentinel North's research program. Through this program, Sentinel North seeks to attract new talent, foster the development of young international scientists able to tackle and help resolve complex northern issues, and encourage the sharing of knowledge and experience across borders.
More specifically, the program aims to encourage international students to:
- Contribute their expertise to research projects funded by Sentinel North
- Establish ties by taking advantage of exceptional research and networking opportunities at Université Laval laboratories
- Help increase opportunities for collaboration between Université Laval and their home institutions abroad
Support is granted for two- to six-month internships at Université Laval. The maximum financial support available per application is $10,0001 and covers living expenses, mandatory health and hospitalization insurance during the stay in Québec City, and a portion of the fees for attending a conference or training activity. Please refer to the specific program terms and conditions for complete details.
Students from all disciplines whose research proposals align with Sentinel North's research program are invited to submit.
Please see the program's special conditions below for full details and ineligible expenses. We also invite you to consult this link for all the details concerning the procedures to follow and eligibility criteria for international students wishing to do a research internship at Université Laval.
1 All amounts specified in this program are in Canadian currency.
Call for applications
Applicants may apply any time during the year. Applications must be submitted at least four months before the requested travel date. They will be examined on a first-come, first-served basis, with scholarships awarded based on the funds available.
Following the awarding of the grant by the evaluation committee, the applicant will have to obtain the required legal documents before traveling (work permit, etc.). It is recommended that applicants allow 8 to 12 weeks to complete these procedures. For all details concerning work permits and other administrative procedures, consult the International Bureau's "Internships" section.