The application period for mandatory summer internship in 2021 for university students will be between 08 March – 18 April 2021. You can apply within this period by filling the "Internship Application Form".
Applicants will be informed detailly via e-mail until 28th of May. We would like to remind you that due to the pandemic, there might me some re-assessments and changes regarding internship quota and operation. We kindly request from you to keep track of the developments by following the announcements made in our website.
Departments Eligible for Internship Applications:
In accordance with the protocol signed with the universities within the framework of this program, students of the same university are provided with the opportunity to do internship during the year according to their internship programs. Applications are made through the university where the protocol is signed; no individual application is accepted. Applications made to the Joint Education and Coordination Directorates of universities are forwarded to us and evaluated.
Vocational / Commercial High School students are provided with internship opportunities during the education and training periods of each year in line with the quota stipulated in the Vocational Education Law and within the scope of the company's field of study.
This internship program covers an education period and students do their internship by studying at school two working days a week and at the company three days a week during the education period. Vocational /Technical High School Students' internship choices are determined by interviewing school administrations within our quotas.
No individual applications are accepted for the Vocational / Technical High School internship.
With our Candidate Engineering program, which includes part-time employment, as well as gaining experience in our dynamic business environment before graduation, you will also have priority for our future open positions in the case of mutual satisfaction. In order to apply, you can follow the announcements to be published on https://vizyonergenc.com duringthe summer.
FNSS, which considers the employee as its most important value, also meets with students who are employees of the future. Becomes closely acquainted with university students and contributes to their development.
Researcher Training Program for Defense Industry is a Researcher training program initiated by SSB in order to create projects to be carried out in priority areas determined by the Department of Defense Industry (SSB) in line with the medium- and long-term research and development strategies of the defense industry sector, to make the information transfer between defense industry companies and universities more systematic and to meet the need for qualified R&D personnel in the field of defense.
The said program consists of graduate thesis studies carried out by students as "Researcher" that are enrolled in any postgraduate program(Master's, PhD or Joint PhD) at any University that has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with SSB and the defense industry company or are defense industry personnel.
Within the scope of this program, FNSS has protocols with many different universities, actively submits project proposals to SSB almost every year, and the activities of the projects approved by SSB are carried out by the relevant functions in FNSS.
For detailed information about the program;
Within the scope of the program, scholarships for PhD students and employment support for the private sector are provided in order to encourage more PhD degree researchers to be employed in the private sector. FNSS has applied with Hacettepe University in 2019 for the program announced twice a year and will implement the project proposal as of 2020 that was found eligible for support by TUBITAK.
For detailed information about the program;
Within the scope of this program, it is aimed to take part in scientific research projects in addition to the education of undergraduate students for a maximum period of 6 months by observing scientific ethical rules and to develop creativity, engineering, problem solving and intellectual skills. STAR**, covers the procedures and obligations related to those who apply for and/or receive support from Research Projects for Undergraduate Students within the scope of the Intern Researcher Scholarship Program.
Research projects carried out at TUBITAK Centers and Institutes or supported by TUBITAK can accessed from star.tubitak.gov.tr address.
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