NASA Internship and Fellowship Opportunities for International Students


NASA Internship 2023 are competitive awards to support educational opportunities for students that provide unique NASA-related research and operational experiences at the high school level, undergraduate level, and graduate students level, as well as educators sectors for international students this year. These opportunities like the NASA internship serve students many options by integrating interns with career professionals emphasizing mentor-directed for the students who are interested in this NASA internship, and degree-related tasks for the students, while contributing to the operation of a NASA facility this year for the international students or the advancement of NASA’s missions in this year 2023.

NASA Fellowships are competitive awards for students who wanted to support independently conceived or designed research for the NASA internship and fellowship, or senior design projects by highly qualified faculty people, undergraduate students, and graduate students level, in disciplines needed to help advance NASA’s missions in the next coming few years, thus affording them the opportunity to directly contribute to advancements in STEM-related areas of study for the international students in NASA internship and fellowship Our Fellowship opportunities are focused on innovation new things which are totally designed by the NASA students, and generate measurable research results that contribute to NASA’s current advancement and future science and technology goals which NASA wanted to tell the world by its internships and fellowships.

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NASA International Interns (I2) are university undergraduate or graduate students in this year 2023, who are non-US citizens and working in the NASA internship, nominated by the NASA I2 foreign partners to participate in the project which is also the best part of this internship. Interns must have expertise in the project and background in technical areas of interest to NASA internship that which thing NASA wanted to show the world.


Current Countries Participating with Agreements in NASA internships:

  • Australia: Victorian Space Science Education Center (VSSEC) for NASA
  • Brazil: Brazilian Space Agency (AEB) for NASA
  • Canada: Canadian Space Agency (CSA) for NASA
  • Europe: European Space Agency (ESA)—Program on hold for NASA
  • Israel: Israel Space Agency (ISA) for NASA
  • Jordan:  Crown Prince Foundation
  • Lithuania: Agency for Science, Innovation, and Technology (MITA) for NASA
  • Mexico: Mexican Space Agency (AEM) for NASA
  • New Zealand: Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment (MBIE) for NASA
  • Norway: Norwegian Space Center (NSC) for NASA
  • Portugal: Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) for NASA internship
  • South Korea: Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) for NASA
  • Sweden: Swedish National Space Agency (SNSA) for NASA
  • Trinidad and Tobago: National Institute of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology for NASA (NIHERST)
  • United Arab Emirates (UAE): UAE Space Agency (UAESA) for NASA

If you are a citizen of one of the countries listed above this and are interested in applying to that internship one of the available research opportunities so never miss the chance and become part of this NASA internship, please contact the entity in your country currently participating in this program if you are interested. Contact information can be found below so see the following detail.

Additional Requirements Include:

  • Currently pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in science for the NASA internship, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) in a topic relevant to NASA’s mission priorities for the internship.
  • Maintaining high academic standing for the internship.
  • Demonstrating an active interest in the U.S. space program for the NASA internship.
  • Communicating Proficiently in English is also required for NASA.


Points of Contact:

  • Australia: Danielle Sheen for NASA
  • Brazil: Nadia Sacenco for
  • Canada: Emilie de La Hayed Duponsel for
  • Europe: Program on hold for NASA.
  • Israel: Itai Levy for NASA
  • Jordan: The Crown Prince Foundation for NASA internship:
  • Lithuania: Eglė Elena Šataitė for NASA internship
  • Mexico: Carlos Duarte for NASA
  • New Zealand: Dimitri Heidelberg for NASA
  • Norway: Pål Brekke for NASA
  • Portugal: Filipa Coelho for NASA
  • South Korea: Yeseul Kim for NASA
  • Sweden: Perina Stjernlöf for NASA
  • Trinidad & Tobago: Darielle Rampersad for NASA
  • United Arab Emirates Space Agency: Abir Khater for NASA



 Through an agreement with the International Space University (ISU) for the NASA internships, students currently enrolled in the ISU’s Master of Space Studies (MSS) program for the students or the Master of Space Management (MSM) program may apply to work on NASA projects in this year and/or research of benefit to NASA at selected NASA centers, based on availability for the international students. ISU-selected students will be assigned to a selected NASA center for a period of 3-6 months to work on projects agreed to by NASA so this internship is very necessary for those students who wanted to get the money by internship.



Interns are integrated with NASA  internship teams and assigned to authentic projects for the students so who are interested in the internship and fellowship so apply as soon as possible.


Although prior experience can be valuable for the students and may be preferred for some projects in the internship, it is not a requirement for NASA internships.


The stipend award amount is based on the student’s academic level and the length of internship for the year 2021 so do it and get the award.


Interns are selected and placed in projects for fall for the students, spring, and summer sessions at any NASA location in the internship.


Students complete one of the applications that is viewed by mentors agency-wide for the students in the internship.


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