Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) – Summer Training Programme


Deadline: March 30, 2024

The Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO; Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncológicas), in Madrid, Spain, offers research training opportunities to students of all nationalities interested in pursuing a research career in the Biomedicine and Life Sciences during summer time.

Up to 4 summer training positions will be awarded during 2023 to university students from any country who study in the Biomedical & Life Sciences or related fields.

1- You must have passed at least 2/3 of the total credit points (courses or exams) required for a Life Sciences or Biomedicine-related undergraduate degree (in any country).

2- You must maintain your undergraduate student status throughout the whole summer programme (June 24th to August 16th, 2024).

3- You must have an excellent academic record with a Grade Point Average (GPA) above 0.75 (with your GPA as the numerator and the highest possible GPA as the denominator).

4- You must have a good knowledge of English.

5- You must be available from June 24th to August 16th (8 weeks) to attend the training programme. If you cannot be at the CNIO during this period, you will not be eligible for the programme.

The CNIO will cover the student’s travel expenses: one return ticket from the student’s hometown to Madrid.

During the summer training programme, the CNIO will subsidize breakfasts and lunches at the centre’s cafeteria.

Students will be covered by a personal accident insurance throughout their stay at the CNIO.

Citizens from countries not issuing the EHC will receive a private health insurance and a repatriation insurance, except those who are already covered by a valid health insurance during the whole summer stay.

Participation in this programme does not imply any kind of contractual agreement between the selected candidates and the CNIO.

Upon completion of the training programme, the CNIO will issue a certificate indicating his/her area of training.

English is the working language.

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