Introducing the Undergraduate Internship Program (Undergraduate Research Students)
Overview: The Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering at Incheon National University always has an internship program for undergraduate students.
Students can apply to a lab in a research area of interest, interview with an advisor, and become an undergraduate intern in that lab.
Undergraduate Internship Program students can take RISE courses as related coursework.
Undergraduate Internship Program Benefits
Through the internship program, undergraduate students gain in-depth knowledge of their major and participate in the latest research activities in their home labs, gaining experience that can be used for future employment or further study.
You can also participate in an internship program in the lab and receive support for student stipends, participation in national and international conferences/seminars, and publication of papers.
Students who wish to participate in research during their undergraduate career can apply for and take a research-intensive self-motivated education (RISE) course after consulting with an interested professor before the start of each semester.
Students will submit a research report or paper summarizing their work over the semester.
You must spend at least 45 hours with a professor per semester.
RISE Course Operations Overview
- Course Type: Major Selection (available in 1 and 2 semesters each academic year)
- Credit: 3 credits (3 theory hours)
- Organize timetable: Can be unorganized (use attendance system when organized, handwrite attendance when unorganized)
- For: 3rd and 4th-year students (may only be taken once during their enrollment)
- Number of participants: Minimum requirement of 2 people. 1 team (3 or more per team) or more than 2 teams (1 or more per team).
- Evaluation method: P/F after evaluating activity outputs such as research reports.