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Enrol for a Master Internship

16 oktober 2016
Gaining work experience

With the current job market for recent graduates more competitive than ever, employer increasingly want to see work experience from the new graduates that they hire. FEB is running a pilot i n the academic year 2016-2017, offering a Master Internship (MI) in the MSc programmes: MSc BA-O&MC, HRM, Marketing, SCM and TOM. The MI offers you the opportunity to gain work experience, combine theory and practice and explore your career interests and skills.

How does it work?

In the Master Internship (MI), you do an internship related to your MSc programme between February and June 2017, directly after your first semester. Engaging in a MI means postponing your thesis to the first semester of the next academic year, therefore extending your programme to 1,5 years. The MI will be officially listed as an extra-curricular course on your MSc diploma, visible for future employers, and you will receive a separate MI certificate upon completion.

Main benefits for you

  • Gain relevant work experience to your curriculum (and CV)
  • Develop your professional network
  • Combine theory and practice
  • Insight in your professional skills and ambitions
  • Increase your chances on employment
  • Gain 15 extra ECTS on top of your MSc degree

How to enrol?

The MI is available for Master students from MSc BA-O&MC, HRM, Marketing, SCM and TOM, who started their programme this semester (Sept 2016) , and will run in block 2.1 and 2.2 (February-June) 2016-2017. Whether or not this internship is an option for you depends on your personal situation and circumstances like study progress, study programme and the timing of compulsory courses in your final year. If you are interested in the MI, please check the Master Internship course of your programme on Student Portal (also accessible through the Student Portal MSc community of your programme) to check your options. Or check the MI page for more info.

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