Are you interested in an international internship abroad?
An international internship means work placement included in your degree and carried out abroad during your studies. An internship abroad during your studies is not compulsory, but it is highly recommendable. An international internship can be carried out at any point of your studies.
Working abroad is an excellent way to gather experience of working in different cultures and organisations. It will also help you to build your language skills, confidence, tolerance, and ability to adapt to new and different situations – intellectual capital with a value that cannot be measured in euros.
Employers highly value professional experience acquired abroad. An international internship is an excellent addition to your CV and an advantage when you are looking for a job!
Info material on 15 March 2019
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The ABCs of international internships
- How do I find an internship?
- How do I make sure the internship meets my needs?
- How do I finance my internship?
- Does LUT award grants for internships?
- Does LUT sign internship agreements?
- What if my plans change?
- How do I report on my internship and gain the credits?
Applications and agreements (open with PDF)
Find out more about international internships through these pages and links. Read carefully the ABCs of international internships to learn the process. If you still have questions about international internships send us an email at email@example.com.
International internship grant applications will not be processed during 1 - 17 November
Please note that due to a sick leave internship applications will not be processed during 1 - 17 November.
If you are about to leave for an international internship, please fill in your LUT Grant application and return it together with your updated study plan and a copy of your transcript of records to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will get back to you as soon as possible.