Try your professional wings at UMC

Expand your professional experience as a student or intern at UMC and support our work to advance the science and practice of global medicines safety.

Data science team members meet in a park in 2020. Eva-Lisa and Shachi (right) originally joined UMC as master's students.
Data science team members meet in a park in 2020. Eva-Lisa and Shachi (right) originally joined UMC as master's students.

Joining us as a student working on your master's thesis or for an internship is an opportunity to develop your skills in a challenging scientific field of social importance. For those with the right talent, it could be the first stage of a longer relationship with UMC.

UMC’s research-focused teams working in data science and pharmacovigilance science welcome a few master's thesis students annually. Other departments at UMC also sometimes engage master's students or interns.  

To register your interest in working with us, please send us a brief introduction of yourself and of your area of interest, a project outline if you have something specific in mind, and your CV.

Please contact us via this page.

Current opportunities

Master Thesis – Data Science


Master’s students turned employees share their stories

System developer master student
"I really liked doing my thesis at UMC. Even if I was working independently on my project, with support from my supervisor and colleagues, I got to be a part of a team from day one."

Vanja, master's student turned systems developer at UMC

"There's a lot of information and data within healthcare that can be used to help patients. I saw that UMC was using data science and machine learning to help patients within pharmacovigilance, which truly aligns with my belief that data can have a real-world impact. "

Shachi, master's student turned data scientist at UMC

Data science master student
Data science master student
"I came across UMC and I thought that the work they do is really important and very interesting. So I thought, here I can put my skills to use for good rather than for profit."

Eva-Lisa, master's student turned data scientist at UMC

Last modified on: January 24, 2022