Intern with us

QCRI offers internship opportunities for exceptional graduate students in specific fields of computer science at our research facility in Doha, Qatar. If you are pursuing a Master’s Degree or PhD and would like to gain valuable experience working side-by-side with top computing research scientists, the QCRI internship program welcomes your application.

As a QCRI intern, you will meet new people, explore exciting areas of scientific research, and learn first-hand about applied computing research protocols and techniques. As QCRI is a proud member of Qatar Foundation, you also will enjoy access to a rich educational and cultural program, learning about Arab history, art, and civilization.

Click on the image below to meet some of our recent interns:

Jakob Rogstadius, Social ComputingJakob Rogstadius, Social Computing
Janette Lehman, Social ComputingJanette Lehmann, Social Computing
John Morcos, Data AnalyticsJohn Morcos, Data Analytics
Lanjun Zhou, Arabic Language TechnologiesLanjun Zhou, Arabic Language Technologies
Dr. Mohammed El AnbariDr. Mohammed El Anbari, Scientific Computing
Robert.jpgRobert Ness, Scientific Computing
For more information about the QCRI internship program, contact us at QCRI Info or click here to apply.


QCRI is a proud partner of the Qatar Science Leadership Program (QSLP), which offers training and development opportunities for young Qataris pursuing a career in research.  For information about this program, download the brochure here or visit www.qslp.org.

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