Bachelor's, Master's, and PhDs
The Intel Netherlands intern program gives university students a clear path to future career opportunities with the company.
Students must be working toward a bachelor's or master's degree at a recognised third level institute. Students usually enter the program on block release for six months prior to returning full time to college. Students may also complete their master's thesis on site in conjunction with their intern placement.
Interns are given first priority for all graduate positions and are assigned tasks related to their course of study.
How to apply
Though applications are accepted year-round, Intel usually searches for and recruits interns in the semester preceding the calendar year in which candidates are seeking internships.
Use our Job Search tool to explore what internships are currently available. Select an opening, read the description, and if are interested and qualified in a position, click Apply for Job. Go to the Your Candidate Profile page and either register as a New Candidate, or log in as a Returning User. Then, upload your curriculum vitae (CV) or resume and cover letter (making sure your data is correct), and answer a few quick questions about your background and interests. In your resume objective, please indicate your interest in "internship."
If you meet Intel's minimum education and experience qualifications, we will contact you via email.