Apply to the MIT-Netherlands Program
With nearly a third of the country below sea level, the Dutch are intimately linked to water. The Netherlands is well-known for its coast, landscapes dotted with windmills, tulips, extensive bike-friendly infrastructure, a system of connecting waterways, canals, lakes, and rivers, and world-class art and culture. Despite its diminutive size, the Netherlands ranks as the 16th largest economy in the world, and the MIT-Netherlands Program sends a select number of highly qualified students to top companies, universities and research organizations for internships in the Netherlands.
Most opportunities occur in the summer. The priority deadline is December 15th, though earlier applications are encouraged.
Students can make an appointment to meet with the Netherlands Program Coordinator, Tanya Raymond.
Students should complete the 'MIT-Netherlands Application' questionnaire within the MIT-Netherlands application before scheduling an appointment.