31 December 2018.



(Partially Funded)


Computing Research Undergraduate Intern Summer Experience (CRUISE)

(CRUISE) is a program offered at Georgia Tech to encourage students to consider doctoral studies in Computational Science and Engineering. Though intended primarily for undergraduates, students enrolled in master’s degree programs may also apply. Each summer the CRUISE program hosts student interns who work with faculty in on-going research projects in Computational Science and Engineering at Georgia Tech.

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CRUISE hosts two types of students: general students and students participating in special programs. Special programs housed within CRUISE will vary from year-to-year, and often have a specific, targeted audience (e.g., outreach to minority or women students). Students participating in special programs should apply according to the specific rules and procedures defined for that program. The information described below applies to general student participants.

Specializations for studying on this opportunity:

  • computer science.
  • Engineering.
  • physical science

Required Languages


Eligible Countries


Program Period

 10 weeks.

  • In addition to working on specific research projects, CRUISE includes a number of social events to get to know other CRUISE students as well as students, faculty, and staff involved in the Computational Science and Engineering graduate programs at Georgia Tech.
  • Seminars will be offered to introduce students to topics of general interest, such as what it is like to be a PhD student and how best to prepare a graduate school application, in addition to technical topics.
  • At the end of the summer, a CRUISE symposium is held where students will give presentations about their research conducted during the summer in a format, not unlike that used in conferences and symposiums.

Eligibility Requirements (Criteria)

  • All students enrolled in an undergraduate degree program in computer science or computing, engineering, or a physical science considering doctoral studies in computational science and engineering are encouraged to apply.
  • Students enrolled in other programs will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
  • specific technical requirements will vary depending on the projects that are available.
  • applicants are encouraged to review faculty websites to see the range of ongoing research projects in computational science and engineering at Georgia Tech.

Required documents:

  1. Cover Letter(s) (optional).
  2. Research Statement.
  3. Publication List(s) (optional).
  4. Detailed Resume.
  5. GRE Scores (optional).
  6. TOEFL Scores (for international students) (optional).
  7. Transcript(s).
  8. Two or More Reference Letters (to be submitted by the reference writers at this site).

Opportunity Cost

(Partially Funded)

  • Students admitted to the program will be offered a stipend for the summer that will cover the student’s housing and local expenses (food, transportation, etc.).
  • CRUISE staff will assist students by providing information concerning housing opportunities prior to arrival as well as issues that might arise during the course of the summer.

How to Apply

first step: Submit required documents online at this website and complete your Application Form.

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This Scholarship Published by:
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