An internship is a key part of the study programme, allowing students to gain valuable practical experience in a real work environment. During the internship, students apply and develop in a practical activity their knowledge, competencies and abilities. The student intern is supervised by the sending Faculty supervisor and receiving organisation‘s Internship Coordinator. This form of internship offers the opportunity to develop students‘ theoretical knowledge with career-related experiences.
Typically, preparation for the internship in the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics begins 4 months before the start of the internship. Various organisations are invited to submit internship offers in the Internship system and students are informed about the start of the internship period and other important details.
The Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics has two types of Internship:
- Professional Internship: student develops the general knowledge, competences and abilities gained in the study programme, and apply them in the field by implementing practical professional activities.
- Educational Practice: student becomes acquainted with the practice of the speciality in a company or other place of practice, develops skills, deepens the theoretical knowledge required for further studies.