In addition to their valuable contribution at work, interns bring new ideas, the latest know-how and knowledge of the content and quality of modern education and research. Hiring an intern enables an employer to implement new ideas and venture into new territories with little risk. It is also an easy way to recruit the experts of the future.

An intern can help you with

  • compiling  studies, reports and surveys
  • managing international contacts
  • designing, producing and editing written material
  • organising professional training in work communities and organisations
  • communications tasks
  • producing online content
  • planning and organising events and professional training sessions
  • assessment, development and design.

Hiring an intern – what is required?

  • signing an internship contract
  • assigning tasks that support the student’s growth as a specialist
  • a supervisor to give feedback and ensure that the goals set by all the parties are reached
  • composing a letter of reference after the internship

 Financial support for the collaboration

As an employer offering an internship position, you have an opportunity to negotiate financial support with the faculty. Depending on the duration of the internship, the financial support may consist of, for example, one month’s salary paid by the department afterwards.

Contact us

If you have a suitable internship position available, please contact the departments’ internship coordinators:

  • The Department of History and Ethnology
  • The Department of Language and Communication Studies
  • The Department of Music, Art and Culture Studies
  • The Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy

As an employer, you have the faculty’s communication services at your disposal to find a suitable intern.