Mitacs Globalink Research Internships




Globalink Research Internships (GRI)

For More Information

The Globalink Research Internships Faculty Application Guide, available soon, provides additional information and instructions for submitting your 2016 projects. 

2016 Globalink Faculty Application

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The Globalink Research Internships is accepting faculty applications for summer 2016. GRI pairs faculty in Canada with international top-ranked senior undergrads. Faculty members at institutions across Canada who are interested in hosting an international undergraduate student to work on a research project under their supervision are eligible.


Professors of all disciplines are eligible (includes Emeritus professors).  Senior undergraduate students enrolled full-time in an undergraduate or dual degree granting program at an accredited and eligible university in Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Mexico, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Saudia Arabia and Vietnam. Graduate recruitment: returning interns eligible for Globalink Graduate Fellowship funding are also eligible.

Project Duration

12 week research projects from May to September, 2016. Internships start between May 1 and June 30 for 40 hours a week. Interns must return to their country of study between July 31 and Sept. 30, 2016. Interns must meet the grade requirements for their country of study.

Special Notes

Mitacs oversees matching and travel logistics and provides student funding. The student call for applications will be open July 2015.


If College-level review is required, your College will communicate its earlier internal deadlines.

External Deadline

Faculty Deadline only.  Faculty submit projects through the Faculty Application Form (see link below).
An OR-5 form is not required

For Questions, please contact

Office of Research

Annette Clarke, Grants Officer
Research Services Office
519-824-4120 x56927

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