Google Inside Look 2019, Munich


Summer & Winter Schools

Location (s):

  • Germany


Are you studying computer science or a related degree at a university in Europe, the Middle East, or Africa? Are you looking for an internship to prepare you for a career in tech? Ever wanted to visit a Google office and hear from engineers about the cutting edge products and projects they are working on?


Then apply to attend Google Inside Look Munich on September 5 & 6 2019!  

Inside Look brings computer science students from underrepresented groups who are studying in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa together for an inside view of engineering at Google.

Selected students are invited on an all-expenses paid trip to a Google office for an immersive two day experience to explore the offices, meet the teams behind our products and see what it’s really like to be an engineer at Google. Activities include product tech talks, hands-on workshops, tailored panel discussions from a diverse range of Google engineers and — in true Google fashion — plenty of snacks!

All Inside Look applicants will be invited to our next Virtual Inside Look edition, hosted via YouTube Live from Google London. Additionally, everyone who tunes in for Virtual Inside Look will have the chance to be selected for a follow up Virtual Mentorship session with a Googler!

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Candidates should be from:

Description of Ideal Candidate:

We’re excited to host this year’s Inside Look at Google Munich. In order to apply, you must:

  • Be currently studying Computer Science or a related subject at a university in Europe, the Middle East or Africa.
  • Plan to continue your studies after the summer of 2020, making you eligible for internships with Google.

Applications close on June 3 2019 at 11.59pm BST. Applicants will be notified of results by June 27 2019.


Deadline: June 03, 2019

Program Starts: September 05, 2019

Program Ends: September 06, 2019

Cost/funding for participants:

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