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Engineering Internship (IT-)

Code

IT-INP1

Version

2.2

Offered by

ICT Engineering

ECTS

30

Prerequisites

Main purpose

The internship aims to give students an introduction to work as an engineer.

Knowledge

The student must:
• gain knowledge of theory, methodology and practice within a profession or one or more fields of study
• be able to understand and reflect on theories, methodology and practice
• be aware of non-technical – societal, health and safety, environmental, economic and industrial – implications of engineering practice.

Skills

The student must:
• be able to apply the methodologies and tools of one or more fields of study and to apply skills related to work within the field/fields of study or profession
• be able to assess theoretical and practical problems and to substantiate and select relevant solutions
• be able to communicate professional issues.

Competences

The student must:
• be able to handle complex and development oriented situations in study or work contexts
• be able to independently participate in professional and interdisciplinary collaboration with a profes-sional approach
• be able to identify own learning needs and to organise own learning in different learning environments
• promote an engineering-oriented approach during the remaining semesters on the Bachelor pro-gramme
• develop personal skills required for the professional career as engineer
• form the basis for developing personal/professional network

Topics

 

Teaching methods and study activities

The internship is completed over one semester and consists of minimum 20 weeks of full-time work corresponding to approx. 740 hours of work.

Furthermore documentation, participation in workshop for coming interns etc. account for approx. 85 hours of work. 

Study Activity Model

CATEGORY 1 - Participation of lecturer and students, initiated by the lecturer 5 hours/0,5%

  • Information meetings
  • Individual counselling

CATEGORY 2 - Participation of students, initiated by the lecturer: 75 hours/9%

  • Preparation of cover letter and CV
  • Internship search
  • Registration in the Internship portal
  • Documentation during internship
  • Participation in "Internship dating" 

CATEGORY 3 - Participation of students, initiated by students: 740 hours/90%

  • Internship 

CATEGORY 4 - Participation of lecturer and students, initiated by students: 5 hours/0,5%

  • Individual counselling

Resources

 

Evaluation

 

Examination

In order to get an internship evaluated, the student must fulfill the following requirements concerning mandatory assignments:
• Expected outcome/specific learnings targets for the internship position
• Company presentation
• Logbook
• Main academic assignment(s)
• Final reflections
• Participation in workshop for coming interns

Grading criteria

The course is evaluated by Approved/Not approved.

Additional information

Deadline for signing of an Internship agreement:
Spring internship: 15th of December
Autumn internship: 1st of July

Responsible

Anne Holmen Mouritsen

Valid from

2/1/2021 12:00:00 AM

Course type

Keywords

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