Intel’s student support programs assist undergraduate and graduate students from Malaysian institutes studying in the fields of electrical & electronic engineering, computer science, materials engineering and high volume manufacturing. Student programs are traditionally supported through the selected Malaysian universities in technical area. All applications and processes are managed through these select universities.
In the needs and to secure future talent and pipeline, Intel awards scholarships to students pursuing studies in key technical areas. The scholarship is a bonded program and is awarded to undergraduate & Master students from selected Universities. The students will need to perform industrial training at the sponsoring department as part of early exposure to the real life industry work environment.
An internship with Intel is your opportunity to gain valuable career experience while working with a team that challenges you and appreciates your ideas. Intel invests in the future of technology by offering internships to students in specific four months to almost a year programs. Historically, a significant number of former interns have ended up building careers with Intel.
Intel hires interns and new college graduates into work areas worldwide. Many careers at Intel focus on key technical areas in microelectronics research and fabrication as well as new product design and tool development. The first step in exploring an Intel career is to understand the types of jobs available in your area of interest and submit your resume electronically. To find out more details, please refer to Jobs at Intel