Practical Training / Internships

Internship may be your way to valuable (international) work experience. The international degree students are not encouraged to do an internship abroad but should a student plan it for the summer time, this should not delay the studies, and the internship can be included in the optional studies of the degree.

Getting an Internship

The best way of getting an internship is directly to  contact possible internship providers, i.e. businesses. Most big businesses have open recruitment forms for prospective employees or trainees.

When a student has initially negotiated the internship with the employer, a confirmation is required for the content of the internship and the number of credits to be accrued. After this, a student can sign an internship agreement an apply for the University’s internship grant for internships outside Europe or  Erasmus+ funding for internships in Europe.