Internship companies are invited to recruit our eligible students for Innovation and Technology (I&T) related intern positions (full-time) in Hong Kong from 4 to 12 consecutive weeks through our platform Ed Job Plus with accounts of the internship companies. #
Ed Job Plus (EJP) Account for Accessing Scheme Details:
(A) Company with EJP account:
click “Latest News" >
click “STEM Internship Scheme"
(B) Company without EJP account:
register for an account first according to the Registration Guide
Period of Internship of STEM Internship Scheme:
Jul – Aug 2020 (4 – 8 weeks): non-final year student
Jul – Sep 2020 (4 – 12 weeks): final year student
Allowance to Intern: HK$2,450 per week
· to be disbursed by EdUHK * to intern every 4 weeks after receiving intern’s attendance record from internship companies
· internship companies are welcome to offer additional honorarium directly to students on top of the above allowance
Acknowledgement: STEM Internship Scheme is supported by the Innovation and Technology Fund.
Timeline (preview version for viewer’s reference only):
Objective of Scheme: To encourage STEM students to gain Innovation and Technology (I&T)-related work experience during their studies and to foster their interest in pursuing a career in I&T after graduation, so as to enlarge the local I&T talent pool.
Disclaimer: Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this event/publication (or by members of this university) do not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region or the Innovation and Technology Commission.
Enquiry: 2948 6246 (tel) / email@example.com (email), EdUHK
# Definition of Innovation and Technology (I&T) related work is very broad. Internship will be eligible as long as the actual work contains I&T elements (e.g. technology-related intellectual property work, digital marketing, data analysis for the manufacturing industry, etc.)
Eligible students include local undergraduate and postgraduate full time final and non-final year students (local students are defined by students who pay the local student tuition rate) who enroll in any STEM-related academic programmes:
1) Environmental Studies
2) Information and Communication Technology
3) General Studies
6) Primary School Education
7) Secondary School Education
* EdUHK in this page represents Career Development Service of The Education University of Hong Kong