Any student who has completed 90 or more credits in the undergraduate programme and has a minimum university CGPA of 2.00 is eligible to undertake the internship programme.
Finding and applying for Internship
- The student can choose the place of internship with the approval of the directorate of Professional Relations.
- Normally the students who want to do internship should start searching for a workplace for internship one semester before the beginning of the internship.
- Normally the student should start the internship with the beginning of a semester and finishes by the end of the same semester.
- The Internship coordinator can assist the student in finding an internship and may already have available internship positions.
- In a case where the student gets an internship in the middle of a semester or not in a running semester, an approval is needed from the Dean of Student Affairs.
- Students may or may not get stipend during the period of internship from the employers of the workplace.
- If the student is already a full time employee, the student may change his/her department for a period of two months with approval from the work place and from the Dean of Student Affairs.
- Students are not encouraged to undertake INTR 400 if he/she took all the core elective courses. In a case where it was a good opportunity that the student can’t turn down, then an approval is needed from the Dean of Student Affairs.
- In a case where the student started an internship in an organization and found a better opportunity somewhere else, the student must inform the internship coordinator to discuss and guide the student to what he/she should do next.
- If the student didn’t want to continue with his/her internship, the student can drop INTR 400 and add two core electives instead.