The University encourages direct contact between its students/graduates and the world of work through:
training internships, which allow participants to further develop what they have learnt during their studies and also test out their skills and aptitudes;
internships aimed at preparing the degree dissertation or Master's thesis;
work experience internships, usually short term, mainly aimed at introducing participants to the world of work.
The Internship office is not responsible for attributing training credits for student internships. For information regarding credits and related matters contact your Faculty office or check the regulations for your degree course.