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Graduate Students

Compete for the Ultimate Internship!

Students apply for different roles on an i5 team according to their interests and academic qualifications. As an MBA candidate, IP Law student or other post-graduate applicant, you will have the chance to be selected as an intern in one of the partnering multinational corporations which sponsor the projects and then lead an international team to complete that project.

Selections for the intern positions depend on the information you give on the Personal Statement portion of the application, your academic record and resume, and an interview with i5 Faculty.  To be considered for an intern position, we must receive your completed application by January 17, 2014.  Interviews will be in mid- February.

The scholarship pool depends upon the final number of projects and students, but what we expect in 2014 is:
  • The top 4 interns will receive $6000
  • The next 3 interns will receive $4000
  • The rest will receive $2000
Once selected for an intern position, your first payment of $2000 is due on January 17, 2014. This payment reserves your spot and will be refunded if awarded a scholarship.

Graduate students travel dates are June 2 - August 10, 2014.   You spend the first week at a workshop with your team and your company project sponsor to glean as much as you can from them about their company goals and objectives, the scope of the project, and the sponsors expectations.