Intel® Corporation Internships for Bachelors, Specialist, Masters and PhD Students (Search+Apply Now!)
Course(s) Offered: Several disciplines
Course Level: Internship (undergraduate, graduate)
Provider: Intel Corporation
Country to Work in: Several countries
You’ll discover endless opportunities at Intel, no matter your field of study. In fact, few other companies offer such a wide breadth of opportunities for graduates. From business to engineering, undergraduate to PhD, Intel can help you make the most of your education.
In an Intel® internship, you’ll gain hands-on experience while you complete your degree and gain real-life exposure to challenging and rewarding work. Historically, more than 60 percent of interns go on to accept full-time opportunities after graduation. Internships are a great way to learn about Intel’s business and develop a network of contacts for the future.
Intel has a well-developed internship program; and has hired thousands of students over the past few years. Intel’s goal is to provide real world, thought-provoking internships to undergraduate and graduate-level students. Want to work at Intel? Find open positions and get to know the culture at Intel®.
Eligible candidates for temporary full-time positions are students who have not yet graduated and are working toward a relevant bachelor’s, specialist’s, master’s, or PhD degree from an accredited academic institute.
Before applying, please review Intel’s internship requirements and inquire with your school about receiving credit for your internship.
Applicants are screened for communication, interpersonal, and job-related technical skills.
Citizens of ALL countries may apply
Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, California; USA
[plus its other office locations worldwide]
Fields of study
All disciplines and levels of study are welcome to apply
[from business to engineering, undergraduate to PhD including bachelor’s, specialist’s, master’s, or PhD]
Number of awards
Not specified by sponsor
Variable, depending on the particular internship call and needs
Intel internships offer students a chance to get real-world experience with ownership in projects from day one and the opportunity to develop a network of contacts. Intel managers enjoy it when students take the initiative to develop programs that meet their particular interests.
As an intern at Intel, you will enjoy a variety of benefits including:
Real-world experience with leading-edge technologies
Networking with Intel managers and executives
Access to Intel University classes for professional and personal development
Consideration for full-time employment when you graduate
Method of Application
Submitting an application does not guarantee an intern assignment, and an intern assignment does not guarantee regular full-time employment upon completion of your degree program. An Intel interview panel reviews all applicants and selects all interns. Applicants are screened for communication, interpersonal, and job-related technical skills.
Before applying, please review Intel’s internship requirements and inquire with your school about receiving credit for your internship. Internship opportunities may not be available at all locations. Check the job listing on the website for additional information. You may search all internships now.
It is important to visit the official website (link to it is below) for complete information on the various internship opportunities in various countries, and how to apply to them
Deadline is variable depending on the particular internship opportunity. Internships are available all round, but not necessarily in the same location. Internship opportunities may not be available at all locations (check the job listing on the official website).
Intel Corporation (also known as Intel) is an American multinational corporation and technology company headquartered in Santa Clara, California (colloquially referred to as “Silicon Valley”) that was founded on July 18, 1968 by Gordon Moore (of Moore’s law fame) and Robert Noyce. It is the world’s largest and highest valued semiconductor chip makers based on revenue, and is the inventor of the x86 series of microprocessors: the processors found in most personal computers (PCs). Intel supplies processors for computer system manufacturers such as Apple, Lenovo (formerly IBM), HP, and Dell.
Application Deadline: Variable/Rolling
Open to International Applicants: Yes