The curriculum in your second and third Bachelor’s year is partly dependent on how you choose to fill in your optional course profile. Doing an internship as elective is an option. But what does an internship look like and where could you do an internship? And is doing an internship something for you?
Why do an internship?
Are you looking for a way to enrich your studies? Would you like to figure out how to put into practice what you learn during your Bachelor’s? Would you like to gain valuable work experience? Would you like to start building a network in a field that interests you? If the answer is yes, an internship might be what you are looking for and I hope to see you during the session!
During this Internship Information Session you will get information on how many credits you can get for an internship, how and where to find an internship, and of course you can ask all the questions you might have.
Please don’t forget to register for one of the two sessions via the registration form.
Every Bachelor’s student with a study programme in the area of Languages, Literature and Communication who is interested in/considering doing an internship.
|Choose your session:
Monday, 8 May (15.15 – 17.00 h)
Drift 21, room 105 – Dutch
Monday, 5 June (15.15 – 17.00 h)
Drift 21, room 105 – English
Karen Schoutsen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Coordinator Careers Orientation,
Department Languages, Literature and Communication
Register here (and choose your session)