VGL Laboratory – Call for Internship Opportunity (WIL) 2023 – University of Johannesburg

Date: Nov 2, 2022 | Postgraduate School, Research

This is an invitation for students who completed the primary degree and looking for an internship program (Work Integrated Learning) (Biotechnology / Microbiology) through the University.

It is ground-breaking and exciting news that now VGL laboratory is in operation. VGL Dimensions and managed to secure the funding for the establishment of a training laboratory, with the main purpose to offer practical training to students seeking to complete their Internship in the field of Biotechnology/ Microbiology, in order to complete their qualification.

For more information about this opportunity for the students click here

VGL Laboratory is on a recruitment drive. We invite candidates that require the 12-month mandatory internship (WIL) for 2023 in one of the below fields:
• Microbiology
• Biotechnology

The following documents must accompany the application:
• Detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) with direct contact information (cell phone number and email address)
• Latest academic record on a letter-head from the academic institution,
• Confirmation letter of funding provided by the SETA, as arranged by their university or any other official donor.

Applications must be in by no later than 31 January 2023.

Application should be sent to:
Santie van Niekerk


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