Funding for Non-IIP Placements
Note: All IIP placements (including and Princeton in France and German Summer Work Program positions) automatically qualify for an internship grant. You do not need to submit an IIP Funding Application if you are applying for an IIP placement or a Princeton in France or German Summer Work Program position.
A limited number of grants are available for Princeton undergraduates who have independently secured unpaid, eight-week internships. IIP Funding Applications are accepted for internships in any non-U.S. geographic region in both the public and private sectors.
To apply for funding for an eight-week internship you have found on your own, please fill out the online IIP Funding Application.
Students on financial aid should also review information about summer savings replacement.
Additional funding options are also available to Princeton students to support summer internships.
Note: Princeton University does not fund or sponsor undergraduate student travel to countries on the U.S. State Department Warning List or to countries where the United States has issued travel restrictions. Students who have a compelling educational reason to travel to such countries may submit a request for an individual travel exemption.The travel exemption process is a time intensive process. Travelers should allow at least four weeks for the review process.