EE300 Internship (at least 135 working hours)

3 credits

Prerequisites: 2nd year economics student or above (at least 135 working hours)

The student gains experience and improves skills through work assignments in private or public organization. Students must discuss specific learning objectives with the internship coordinator at the beginning of the semester and received approval of their plans in order to register. Every week and at the end of semester, each student prepares a written paper reflecting on the work experience. Student performance is evaluated by the Lecturer who coordinates with the organization.

Note: Evaluation is based on ‘Satisfying’ (S)/ ‘Unsatisfying’ (U) grading.