With the current job market for recent graduates being more competitive than ever, employers increasingly want to see work experience from the new graduates that they hire. Next to 15 ECs on top of your Masters Degree, the MI offers you the opportunity to gain work experience, combine theory and practice and explore your career interests and skills.
The MI is available for Master students who will start their programme in Sept 2017, and will run in block 2.1 and 2.2 2017-2018. The enrollment deadline is 31st October.
'Having the role of an intern, I was free to participate in a wide range of projects throughout the organisation and worked on wherever my curiosity and skills led me. I have developed a view on my role in the labour market and am now more confident in deciding which next step to take professionally. A Master Internship is a perfect way to explore what you want and what you're good at. I'd recommend it to anyone who doesn't have a specific occupation in mind.'
- Maarten Vennix did an internship at Travelbird during his MSc TOM
'Through the Master Internship I have been able to experience working life and the business culture of New York City. I applied the knowledge I've gathered during my MSc Marketing to real life situations in a non-profit organization with relatively limited resources. This was a great and interesting challenge! And, to top it all off, I've lived my dream of calling New York City my home for a while.'
- Jasmijn Staal did an internship at Bike New York during her MSc Marketing
Whether or not this internship is an option for you depends on your personal situation and circumstances. We encourage you to have a talk with your Programme Internship Coordinator about your planning. If you thereupon decide to participate, enroll yourself in the group of interested students in the MI Nestor Course for your Programme, before 31 October.
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