Bachelor students can choose between an Internship and a Project.
Difference between Internship and Project:
- Internship: external activity carried out at a private or public structure (company, public administration...) under the supervision of a professor and of a company tutor; it facilitates future professional choices by allowing students to have a direct interaction with a working environment.
- Project: internal activity during which students autonomously develop a scientific research under the supervision of a professor and in the context of the activities carried out at the Faculty: its focus is mainly on planning, communication and teamwork skills
Difference between Free Choice Project/Internship and Mandatory Project/Internship
- Free choice Internship or project: can be done in the 5th semester.if a student want to start the Free Choice Internship or Project before the beginning of the 5th semester (e.g. in the Summer) she/he has to bring a motivated request to submit to the Course Council
- Mandatory Internship or Project: can be done in the 6th semester. This Internship or Project has to be done for the thesis: the thesis is always based on an Internship or Project and requires also the writing of the written dissertation
Students can choose
- a Free choice Internship or Project to 6 CP = 150 hours
- a Free choice Internship or Project to 12 CP = 300 hours
The forms to activate an Internship or Project can be found on the pages of the Career Service:
- forms for the Internship (free choice or mandatory): 2 forms to hand in directly at the Career Service at least 2 weeks before starting the Internship
- forms for the Project (free choice): 1 form to hand in directly at the Career Service at least 2 weeks before starting the project
At the end of the Internship or Project: final assessment forms and report have to be handed in at the Career Service.