Guidelines for the internship agreement – University of Copenhagen

Guidelines for the internship agreement

Before the internship begins you should draw up an internship agreement to describe the aims of the internship and the intern’s tasks. The internship agreement must be approved by the Forestry and Landscape College.

Please see guidelines for each study programme. 

Forestry and Landscape Engineering

In the internship agreement you should describe the intern’s professional, academic and personal goals. The goals of the internship agreement serve as a guideline for the student's work during the internship.

The internship agreement also serves as a good starting point when you come to evaluate the internship together with the intern
Download template for the internship agreement

Urban Landscape Engineering

In the internship agreement you should describe the intern’s professional, academic and personal goals. The goals of the internship agreement serve as a guideline for the student's work during the internship.

The internship agreement also serves as a good starting point when you come to evaluate the internship together with the intern
Download template for the internship agreement

Natural and Cultural Heritage Management

In the internship agreement you should describe the intern’s professional, academic and personal goals. The goals of the internship agreement serve as a guideline for the student's work during the internship.

The internship agreement also serves as a good starting point when you come to evaluate the internship together with the intern.
Download template for the internship agreement

Skilled Forest and Landscape Craftsman

The internship the host must draw up a statement of the tasks the student will carry out. 

Salary
Salary and other issues of labour law must be agreed between the student and the host. The Forest and Landscape College may assist with contracts, but the College is not legally a party to the agreements concluded. The contract must, however, provide for gainful employment, in which food and accommodation expenses may be included as part payment.

Insurance
Insurance arrangements must be settled before collaboration commences and it is the internship host who, as the employer, is responsible for this. The student must as a minimum have third-party liability insurance

Accommodation
As a general rule, the internship host makes accommodation available to students or at least assists students in finding suitable accommodation at a reasonable distance from the location of the internship.