CERN proposes dedicated opportunities for Ukrainian nationals to learn and
work with our expert teams.
CERN was established in the aftermath of World War II to bring nations and
people together for the peaceful pursuit of science: aggression and war run
counter to everything that the Organization stands for.
CERN will continue to uphold its core values of scientific collaboration
across borders as a driver for peace.
https: // home.cern/solidarity-ukraine.
Diversity has been an integral part of CERN's mission since its foundation
and is an established value of the Organization. See how we're improving this
further here. The international and multi-disciplinary environment makes CERN
a truly unique place to work and learn.
You hold Ukrainian nationality;
You have recently graduated from a vocational school or university (for
vocational school accepted diplomas, please visit:
https: // careers.cern/ttediplomas - (more details on the eligibility
criteria) https: // careers.smartrecruiters.com/CERN/fellowships ;
Or you're currently studying for a Bachelor or Master degree (more
details on the eligibility criteria)
https: // careers.smartrecruiters.com/CERN/tech ;
Or you're currently enrolled on a PhD programme.
CERN will provide you with:
A contract of association as a student or an employment contract as a
graduate for 12 months.
An allowance of 3'407 Swiss Francs per month (net of tax) as a technical
student and 3'818 Swiss Francs per month (net of tax) as a doctoral
student. A stipend level between 4152 - 6650 Swiss Francs per month (net
of tax) as a graduate. Depending on your personal circumstances,
additional benefits such as travel reimbursement could be added.
Coverage for you, your spouse and children by CERN's comprehensive Health
2.5 days of paid leave per month.
This is how you can apply:
Upload your most recent CV
Upload your most recent relevant qualification (Degree ) - if