Type of internship
The type of this 3rd year bachelor internship is a 'consultancy internship'. The intern will solve a challenge or problem for your company. The intern will do this by coming up with practically relevant recommendations for your company. Next to that, they will need to actually implement and/or test (part of) their recommendations to see if these recommendations will actually solve the problem. Do you have an interesting assignment in mind? Post it here.
Start date and duration
Start date: in general between August and November
Duration: at least 10 weeks (longer is fine), the equivalent of at least 336 working hours (more is fine), either part time or full time (please note that students might need to take courses).
Please also have a look at the detailed information on the page for students.
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Responsibilities for companies
Dedicated company coach
As internship company you should provide a dedicated company coach (i.e. a representative from the internship company). This is the person who gives help and guidance during a student's internship. Next to that, the company coach might be contacted by the supervisor assigned by the university. In the end, the company coach will need to fill out a brief evaluation form on the student's performance during their internship, which will be taken into account for the final evaluation by the supervisor.
Supporting learning environment
It's important that the students learn as much as possible during their internship. Therefore, students should have the opportunity to work on their assignment for the majority of the time, and are provided access to relevant stakeholders and information needed to come up with high quality recommendations. Next to that, the student together with the company (coach) need to work towards recommendations that can actually be (partly) implemented. Otherwise the student might face the risk of not passing the internship, resulting in not getting their credits.