It’s that time of the year again as National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) has announced its NUST Internship Program for International Students (NIPIS) 2022. The duration of the program will be 4 weeks. Essentially, the notion of this internship for international students is to acclimatize them with hi-tech research labs. Moreover, the opportunity will also enable foreign students to learn from the industry experts besides gaining hands-on experience.
Details of NUST Internship Program
Under the leadership and mentorship of experienced industry experts, NIPIS 2022 will commence on 4th July this year. The program will take place in the capital of Pakistan, Islamabad. Upon successful admission in the program, a candidate will have access to seminars, workshops, studios and state-of-the-art labs.
It is pertinent to mention that NUST will take care of the entire visa processing of the successful candidates. Moreover, the university will also look after applicant’s boarding, lodging and transportation. In addition, all the internees will also be visiting different industries besides involving themselves in recreational activities. Another pivotal point is that NUST will implement all safety measure on campus to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Foreign students who are interested in NUST internship program 2022 can apply by clicking here. The link will take you to NIPIS’ online portal.
Late date to apply for the program is 20th April 2022. Students of all nationalities are eligible to apply for this 4-week long program.
Fields of Internship
All students will have ample range of internship options to pursue in their desired and respective field. Ranging from Physics to Human Resource Management, following are the internship areas for the students to pick from:
- Computer Science
- Business Administration
- Human Resource Management
- Environment and Sustainability
- Architecture and Design
- Geographical Information System
- Tenant Companies of National Science and Technology Park (NSTP)
Do you think such internship programs should also be arranged for national students?