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Research interns at IBM Research - Zurich

Interns at IBM Research - Zurich

As an intern at IBM Research, you’ll have the opportunity to collaborate with scientists at the bleeding edge of technology, solving real problems to make the world work better. Intern projects have resulted in academic publications, patents, advanced prototypes that get showcased at leading trade shows, and new capabilities in IBM product offerings. Positions vary depending on the location you are looking to work in.

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How to apply

  1. Go to the jobs portal: you can browse internships by location, job title and job area. If you have a posting number, enter it in the field marked "What"..
  2. Once you've selected an internship to apply to, you'll need to register for an IBM jobs account.
  3. After creating an account, you may apply to the selected job and upload your resume.
  4. If selected for an interview, you’ll be contacted by a recruiter or your potential hiring manager regarding next steps. Interviews may be conducted either via phone or in-person. You may be asked to meet or speak with additional hiring team members.
  5. If you're hired, you'll receive an offer letter that contains detailed information about housing, as well as start and end dates. You will need to inform your recruiter in writing whether you accept or decline both the employment letter and the housing offer.

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    Manu Sridharan

    Research Staff Member,
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