Internship

Internship at KPV-LAB

KPV-LAB provides different opportunities for an internship.

Visiting Students Research Program
The Visiting Student Research Internship Program is an opportunity for exceptionally qualified international baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate students to conduct research with faculty mentors in selected areas of basic and applied research projects. The duration of the program ranges from between four and six months, depending on the research project. To learn more: VSRP Brochure.

KPV-LAB has four open projects for the VSRP program:
  1. Passivation in Perovskite Solar Cells (Read More)
  2. Thermal Evaporation of Perovskite Absorbers for Silicon Perovskite Tandem Solar Cells  (Read More)
  3. Broadband Transparent Front Electrodes for Perovskite Silicon Tandem Solar Cells  (Read More)
  4. Novel Electron and Hole Transport Layers by Atomic Layer Deposition Technique for Perovskite Silicon Tandem Solar Cells  (Read More)

For these projects, applicants must have:

  • Completed a minimum of their third year of baccalaureate studies OR completed their baccalaureate (Bachelor’s degree) OR be pursuing a post-baccalaureate (Master’s degree). Currently enrolled KAUST students, KAUST Alumni, students who are currently in a Ph.D. program or those who have earned a Ph.D. are not eligible to participate.
  • A cumulative grade point average (GPA) that exceeds 3.50 /4.00 ( 14/20: Equivalent to ECTS B) with some research projects requiring a 3.60 or higher.
  • Demonstrated English reading comprehension, speaking, listening and writing abilities.
  • Official academic transcript(s) or a certified translation if the original transcript(s) is not in English from current and previous institutions.
  • The recommendation of a faculty member in the field of study from current and previous schools of enrollment.
  • Valid passport.

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KAUST Gifted Student Program (KGSP)
KPV-LAB accepts applications of the KGSP students. KKGS Program aims to create a pool of highly-qualified Saudi students within the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math, who will contribute to KAUST's mission of advancing scientific knowledge through cutting-edge research and education. To get more info click.