Rules and framework

The internship period is considered equivalent to a full-time job. You can therefore make similar requirements concerning work performance, commitment and flexibility as you would for a newly employed graduate.

The length of the internship and the total costs vary for the four study programmes:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What if it doesn’t work out? 

In general, the student must abide by the rules that apply in your organisation. If, contrary to expectations, they do not, we will first encourage you to have a conversation with them. If this does not improve the situation, you should contact the study programme’s internship coordinator.

If the intern consistently fails to live up to the terms of the internship, it may mean that we cannot approve the internship, or that the student will be expelled from the programme.