QCRI offers internship opportunities for exceptional graduate students in specific fields of computer science at our research facility in Doha, Qatar. If you are pursuing a Master’s Degree or PhD and would like to gain valuable experience working side-by-side with top computing research scientists, the QCRI internship program welcomes your application.
As a QCRI intern, you will meet new people, explore exciting areas of scientific research, and learn first-hand about applied computing research protocols and techniques. As QCRI is a proud member of Qatar Foundation, you also will enjoy access to a rich educational and cultural program, learning about Arab history, art, and civilization.
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