Johnson and Johnson WiSTEM


WiSTEM2D 2019 Summer Internships in Ireland for MIT STEM Female Students (Now Closed)

University College Cork, Ireland is delighted to invite applications from MIT STEM students for internships in summer 2019.   

One of the top 2% universities in the world, University College Cork is unrivalled in the quality of its academic programmes and research, its collaborations with industry, the beauty of its campus and its vibrant student life, enjoyed by over 21,000 students from around 104 countries. More information on Cork and the University can be found at UCC's International Office.

Located in the south-west of Ireland, Cork offers history, heritage and landmarks accompanied by artisan food and drink and a strong cultural, musical and artistic vibe.  Learn more about life in this city by clicking here. 

The internships will comprise 8 weeks supervised work with a €3,800 (approx. $4,000) bursary to assist with flights, accommodation and living expenses.


Internship Abstracts


Epidemic Forecasting

Supervisor: Prof. Gregory Provan (School of Computer Science & IT)

Click here for full details MIT Intership 2019 Abstracts v2


Development of an Ultrasonic C-scanner

Supervisor: Dr William M. D. Wright (School of Engineering)

Click here for full details MIT Intership 2019 Abstracts v2 


Design, Simulation and Fabrication of a nA Current Transimpedance Amplifier with Data-Logging Interface

Supervisor: Dr Alan P. Morrison (School of Engineering)

Click here for full details MIT Intership 2019 Abstracts v2


Application deadline April 12th 2019

APPLICATION FORM available here: MIT J&J Internships Application Form 2019

For further information, please contact Kate O'Brien  Tel: +353 21 490 1775



Johnson and Johnson WiSTEM2D Scholarships for 2nd Year Students (Now Closed)

Johnson and Johnson WiSTEM2D

Scholarships for second year students

We are delighted to announce five awards of €3,000 each under the J&J WiSTEM2D programme.  These awards will be presented to second year female students to support their studies in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Manufacturing and Design Subjects (STEM2D). The award will be made for one year and will also include opportunities to network within peer group, J&J business leaders, and early career development opportunities including mentoring and a day in the life.

UCC students of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Manufacturing and Design Subjects entering their second year of studies in the academic year 2018/2019 are eligible to apply. Relevant degree courses are listed below


  • Computer Science
  • Computer Science (Software Entrepreneurship)
  • Financial Mathematics & Actuarial Science
  • Mathematical Sciences
  • Applied Mathematics & Physics
  • Industrial Physics
  • Mathematics & Physics
  • Astrophysics
  • Chemical Physics
  • Physics
  • Architecture
  • Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering
  • Energy Engineering
  • Electrical & Electronic Engineering
  • Process & Chemical Engineering

The selection process is graphically represented in Figure 1. 

Eligible students are asked to submit an application form by 31st October. They will be recruited through the WiSTEM2D launch event, SEFS website, School notices and direct emails (sent to students and course directors of relevant degree programmes).

Further information on Selection Process & timelines: Johnson & Johnson 2nd Year Scholarships Selection and Timelines

Application form: Johnson & Johnson Application Form

Application Deadline: 31st October 2018

College of Science, Engineering and Food Science

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Block E, Level 3, Food Science Building, UCC, Cork