Internships are a fantastic opportunity for your professional development. For instance, you get to experience working life, apply your academic knowledge and skills in a professional capacity, gain new skills, expand your network, and add to your CV. Find out more about what's available for EU and non-EU/EEA students.
Before you begin your internship, you’ll need to get your documents and material in order, and find find a suitable place to do your internship. We can help you with that, and we will sign your internship contract when your internship meets the requirements. If you want to do an internship abroad, be aware that you have to include an Indemnity Form with your application. Dutch speakers are asked to use the Dutch version of the form and international students are asked to use the English version of the form.
For a simple overview of your internship possibilities, have a look at our infographic.
Depending on your programme and year of study, you can opt for different internships. Follow the links to find out what the requirements are for each internship and how to apply.
The Orientation Year