ASML is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of chip-making equipment. Headquartered in Veldhoven, the Netherlands, ASML employs more than 16,500 people.
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The semiconductor industry is one of the most exciting, most energetic and fastest-moving industries in the world as proven by the continuing adherence to Moore's Law. And leading in the race to faster, cheaper, more energy-efficient microchips is ASML.
And best of all, you could be part of this cutting-edge technology, by applying for an internship or graduation assignment at ASML Veldhoven, the Netherlands. We offer a wide range of assignments, all of which involve participating in a multidisciplinary team with some of the brightest minds in technology. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact our internship coordinator via email@example.com; +31 40 268 6773.
Preferably you should be in your final years of study but all students are welcome to apply for a minimum internship period of 3 months. You can find and apply for current projects via ourinternships search engine
ASML is always interested in the following backgrounds:
If you pass this first stage you will be invited for an interview, and if this is successful we will start arranging formalities for your internship. On your first day your mentor will show you around and explain basic "housekeeping" details such as badge, working hours, desk space, phone, and email account. Your mentor will also give you a more specific introduction to the department, daily supervision and will arrange a formal meeting half-way through your internship period to discuss your performance at ASML. In the final weeks of your internship you and your mentor will conduct a final evaluation which goes to our HR&O department for possible future contacts.
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ASML conducted a survey among students of technical universities in the Netherlands (Eindhoven, Twente, Delft), Belgium (Leuven) and Germany (Aachen). The aim of the research is to get a better understanding of how technology students experience the connection between study and work and how they envision their future career. Click here for more info and the results of this survey.
For any questions or more info please contact our internship coordinator via firstname.lastname@example.org; +31 40 268 6773.
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