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What is the GO-LaSalle Internship Scholarship?

GO LaSalle Scholarship is an annual mobility program for the reception of Undergraduate Degree (Last year) and Master students from your universities, within the laboratories of the research units of the 4 UniLaSalle France campuses: Amiens, Beauvais, Rennes, or Rouen.

For each academic semester April – July, UniLaSalle France offers several internship scholarships in its laboratories: CYCLANN in Rennes, AGHYLE in Rouen and Beauvais, B2R in Beauvais, Transformations and Agro-resources in Beauvais and Rouen and INTERACT in Beauvais and Rouen, during 3 months: from mid-April to mid-July.

UniLaSalle: With its 4,000 students, its 22,000 Alumni, and its 4 campuses, UniLaSalle is the largest postgraduate private engineering school in Earth Sciences, Life Sciences, Veterinary sciences, and the Environment in France. Sustainable development issues are at the heart of its training and research activities.



General information for the Internship

Training period

3 months

Starting date of internship

Mid - April

Ending date of internship

Mid - July

Internship grant

1000 euros per month during 3 months, which includes accommodation, housing facilities offered on campus. A certificate of accommodation will be sent.

Specific skills

Proficiency in English; equivalent B2; TOEIC IBT 600; TOEFL IBT 80; IELTS 6.0; Cambridge FCE. Students who have completed their previous education in English are exempted from this requirement. Scientific rigour. A minimal level of French is also recommended.


Four campuses, three French regions, four specific cities


Located 1 hour and 10 minutes from Paris, the school welcomes more than 650 students in a building of nearly 11,000m² with innovative architecture in the heart of Amiens. Ideal living and learning environment for students who have university residences close to the school.


Located 1 hour and 15 minutes from Paris in the Hauts de France region, welcomes the greatest campus of UniLaSalle, and close to 1850 students. Housed in a forest setting, well served by public transport, the campus offers a perfect setting for students to live and learn. It also features 1100 rooms, a university restaurant, and sports facilities.


Rennes, the Capital of Brittany, is the 4th student city in France. Located 1 hour and 30 minutes by train from Paris in the Brittany Region, the Metropole de Rennes is the recognized university capital of the Great West. It welcomes 68,000 students each year and enjoys a cultural dynamism, particularly around music and art.


Rouen, the capital of the Normandy Region, is a university town rich in history and culture (Jeanne d'Arc, Normandy landings of the Second World War) which is 1 hour and 15 minutes from Paris by train and less than an hour by car from the beaches of Normandy. A dynamic city, it hosts 43,000 students, including 5,000 international students.

Research in UniLaSalle

6 research units on 4 campuses


The Institute's researchers carry out work on the basis of R & D programs within the various units, for innovative applied research, in line with the engineering training provided by the institution and aimed at meeting current and future challenges. agro-ecological, food, energy, and digital transitions in the territories.

AGHYLE (Agro-Ecology, Hydrogeology, Environment & Resources

UP 2018.C101 is a unit that brings together researchers on the Beauvais and Rouen campuses, in particular to understand the dynamics of the elements in agro and ecosystems, as well as the impact of anthropogenic activities on soil condition and crop quality.

TA: Transformation & Agro-resources

UP 2018.C103 / EA 7519, which is spreading on the campuses of Beauvais and Rouen, is centered on the valorization of the vegetal (food & non-food), the understanding of the relations structure/functions/properties and the impact on human health of these productions.

INTERACT (Innovation, Territory, Agriculture & Agro-industry, Knowledge & Technology)

UP 2018.C102 brings together teacher-researchers from the Beauvais and Rouen campus working on topics in the humanities and social sciences. This unit has set itself the objective of decrypting innovation processes within the territories to support the sociotechnical transformation of the agricultural world and sectors.

B2R (Basins Reservoirs Resources)

UMR UniLaSalle - Jules Verne University of Picardy UMR UP 2018.C100 / EA 7511 is a unit centered on the role of faults and fractures in the evolution processes of sedimentary basins, it is located exclusively on the campus of Beauvais.


A research team that builds its theme on the campus of Rennes, around the qualification and quantification of the effect of the circular economy on the preservation of resources, in order to allow the integration of the principles of the social responsibility of organizations and respond to the challenges of sustainable development, through eco-technologies and eco-methodologies.

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