MINTernship inclusive

The pilot project MINTernship inclusive adds to the existing MINTernship program. It offers an inclusive approach to our international research opportunities program and is generously funded by the Baden-Württemberg Foundation. In cooperation with KIT's Representative for Students with Disabilities and Chronic Diseases and the Study Centre for the Visually Impaired (SZS), we are able to offer tailored three- to eight-month research opportunities to students with disabilities and chronic diseases in bilateral exchange with the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA (incoming and outgoing) and in the incoming programs with the University of Waterloo, Canada and Queensland University of Technology, Australia. The first scholarships will be offered in 2022.

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This website was designed in the project “MINTernship inclusive“, which is part of the Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM for University Students – BWS plus, a programme of the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung.