2 February 2018
HSCI Internship Program 2017 (HIP) is a 2 months internship program and is being organised by Harvard Stem Cell Institute for Undergraduate medical students who are interested in stem cell biology. The selected students will be placed in one of Harvard’s 11 affiliated hospitals and research centres under the discretion of the HSCI Internship Program (HIP) administrators. This page gives the complete information regarding the Harvard Stem Cell Institute Internship Program 2017. Interested students can make application for the internship online and the last date to complete the application process is 2 February 2018.
|HSCI Internship Application Starts||December 2017|
|HSCI Internship Application ends||2 February 2018|
|HSCI Internship Result||February/ March 2018|
|HSCI Internship programme commence||4 June to 10 August 2018|
|Class/ Age||Undergraduate medical students|
Not eligible for the internshipStudents who participated in HSCI Internship Program are not eligible to be a part of the internship again.
The interns will get a stipend to cover their travel and housing-related expenses, candidates should take care of their food and other expenses of their own. Selected international candidates will get their visas sponsored by Harvard University. The candidates selected for the Internship will be entitled to the following benefits:
The applications for the HSCI Internship Program are accepted online and the candidates seeking to apply for the Harvard Stem Cell Institute Internship should fill the application form by following the link given below which will be submitted on or before 2 February 2018.
Click Here to Apply Online
Online submission of the application form marks the completion of the application process, but application form will be considered after 2 references are received. The responsibility to make sure that the reference letters has been submitted lies with the Applicant. Before the final submission of the application form, the candidates have to check the information filled by them are correct in all aspect.