Economics and Business
Are you struggling with a project, a research question or some tasks in the field of Economics and Business? Why not consider hiring an intern who can help you?
An intern brings in a new perspective on business issues and provides you access to the latest knowledge and science in the field of Economics and Business. They also know how to handle technology like: social media, and computer programmes. At the same time you can find out whether the student fits into your business culture, and whether or not you would like to offer them a job after their internship.
The Faculty of Economics and Business offers organisations the opportunity to work with a Master student as an intern. A young professional who is almost graduated and already gained substantial knowledge and experience that could benefit your company. Take advantage of our students' very diverse fields of expertise, among which: Change Management, Financial Management, Technical Operation Management, Human Resource Management, Supply Chain Management, Business Administration/Organisational & Management Control and Marketing. For a more extensive list of our Master programmes, click here. More information on the set up of the Master Internship can be found here.
More and more students are motivated to gain work experience by doing an internship. Some of them do the internship after the bachelor, the master or sometimes in a period in which they do not have classes. In these cases the internship is not supervised by the university and students do not get credits for it. However, we do support companies in finding interns for an internship who are not a part of a degree programme.
Internship related to the degree programme
In most of the master’s degree programmes students can combine an internship with a thesis or extend their master with an internship. In both cases the student receives credits for the internship and the internship is supervised by an academic staff member. Usually, a Master’s thesis is worth 20 EC credits which is the equivalent of 14 full-time working weeks. You can find internship experiences from FEB talents here.
How does it work?
You can submit your vacancy for an internship position. Next, your internship(s) will be entered in our job board, appear on our student portal and will be emailed to the students interested in an internship.
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