Internships

There are several ways to do an internship during your bachelor:

  • You can do this as part of your Vrije minor. Please take a look at the following website Vrije minor under ‘extern project’.
  • The minor International Entrepreneurship & Development minor offers an internship abroad.
  • During your Bachelor end project (BEP) it is possible to do an LIVE project, whereby you combine your end project with an internship. We recommend you to attend the BEP information session (in Q2 and in Q4, announcement will follow on Brightspace) and afterwards to contact the module manager of the BEP.

Where to find an internship?

  • Curius offers various vacancies, internships and graduation assignments. Take a look at Career - Curius. For questions, please contact Curius.
  • Check Brightspace
  • Go to https://www.integrand.nl/ or http://globalplacement.com/
  • Talk to other students, who have found an internship already
  • Talk to one of your individual teachers about his/her contacts with industry

Keep in mind that your internship has to be approved by TU Delft. For your Vrije minor this is your cluster coordinator and the Board of Examiners and for your LIVE project this the module manager of the BEP.

It is possible to do an internship as part of your TPM master’s programme. On this page, you will find more information about the different kinds of internships and how to find one. Start the process for your internship in time.

Different kinds of internships:

If you want to do an internship abroad, please look at Study Abroad of additional requirements. 

 

Where to find an internship?

There are several ways to find an internship

  • Curius offers various vacancies, internships and graduation assignments. Take a look at Career - Curius. For questions, please contact Curius.
  • Sometimes there will be external graduation projects published at the graduation portal, take a look at the graduation projects
  • Check Brightspace
  • Go to https://www.integrand.nl/ or https://www.globalplacement.com/
  • Talk to other students, who have found an internship already
  • Talk to one of your individual teachers about his/her contacts with industry
  • Be proactive and send your resume and short motivation to potential companies: even if those places don't offer an internship at the time

Keep in mind that your internship has to be approved by TU Delft.

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