Internship is mandatory in all full-time bachelor’s programmes. Interns learn about how a company works and apply what they have learned in an internship organization. Interns conduct a survey and make suggestions for organizational change.
Internship reports also supports the student’s preparation for writing the final thesis. The internship is divided into two parts.
Internship I: Introductory internship to get to know the organization and its management and decision-making processes. It takes place in the spring of the first academic year.
Internship II: Solving industry-specific problems (eg marketing, sales, finance, digitization, etc.). It takes place in the spring of the second academic year.
The student chooses the internship place based on the goals of the internship. The specific content and assignments of the internship is described in the corresponding course in Canvas.
A student with long-term work experience in the respective field can apply for an internship by taking into account previous studies and work experience (APEL).
Having previous work experience, students can also do by agreement: hybrid, rotational or team-based internships.
Internship opportunities also exist abroad with Erasmus+ programme – see more in Exchange Studies.
For international internship opportunities take a look at https://erasmusintern.org/traineeships. For international careers, please take a look at Highered Platform