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Submitting internship vacancies

As an employer, you can submit your internship vacancies to Career Services. We pass this information on to University of Groningen students via our vacancy database, We send vacancies in specific disciplines to the relevant faculty contact person(s), who will then contact you. You can submit internship vacancies via the website. To do so, please follow the steps below.

Note: Faculty of Economics and Business.

The Faculty of Economics and Business uses their own vacancy database. Vacancies for internships and jobs for students and alumni of this faculty can be submitted to this database through the faculty website.

Step 1: Register as an employer

If this is the first time you have submitted a vacancy to the University of Groningen, please register your business or organization. To do this, simply fill in the web form for new employers . You can use this form to register your company, give details of your contact person and advertise a vacancy. If you only need to add or change a contact person, start with Step 2.

Step 2: Register a new contact person

If your company or organization has already been registered with the University of Groningen using the web form, but you wish to add or change a contact person, please fill in the Contact Person web form. Once you have done this, you can continue submitting new vacancies (see Step 3).

Step 3: Submit a new vacancy

If your company and contact person are already registered, you can go straight to the web form for submitting new vacancies . Once a vacancy has been received, it will be assessed within two days and, after approval, it will be processed and posted on our vacancy database.

UNL Internship Agreement
Since July 2022, the fourteen Dutch universities have been using the same internship agreement. The internship agreement ensures clearer agreements between students, universities, and internship organizations. The internship agreement specifies what kind of guidance the internship organization and the university provide and how the internship evaluation takes place. Additionally, there are uniform agreements in place regarding the rights of interns, including their legal status, how to handle disputes, and the purpose of the internship.

Download the internship agreement or find more information on

Web forms

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