Forms & Documents
Forms & Documents
Do you need a university statement for your internship company? Or an internship contract? You can find it in this section. You can also find information how to register your internship and how to do an internship after your MSc degree.
You can also do an internship after graduation. You can fill out one of the postponement of active degree forms, if you would like to stay registered after your graduation.
- EEA Form Postponement Active Degree granting
- NON EEA in NL Form Postponement Active Degree granting
- NON EEA outside NL Form Postponement Active Degree granting
Please read this manual carefully if you would like to request a postponement of graduation for the academic year 2017-2018. The deadline for requesting postponement is 15 June 2018.
If you remain registered at RSM, we can be your official contact during your voluntary internship; we can sign internship documents such as the company contract, if required. We cannot do this if you are no longer registered as a student at RSM when you are doing your voluntary internship.
If you have any questions, you can send an email to email@example.com or visit the open consultation every Tuesday and Thursday from 13:00-15:00 in T5-09.
BSc students doing an internship during their 7th trimester, you have to register your internship in Osiris Zaak. More information can be found in the Bachelor Internship Manual.
BSc and MSc students doing a voluntary internship, please register your internship via https://sis.eur.nl/student -> choose to start a new case -> select registration internships not part of curriculum.
In the Netherlands
As a RSM student doing an internship in the Netherlands we advise you to sign a contract between you and the company (two party contract). This way what you agree on is confirmed in writing.
If you are a national from the EU/EEA (excluding Croatia), Switzerland and Japan you are free to live and work in the Netherlands without restrictions. Therefore it will not be necessary for RSM to be part of the internship agreement (read below for non-EU/EAA students). Companies often have their own standardised internship contract, but if they do not, you may use the examples here;
These examples can be used either when doing a compulsory internship or a voluntary internship. If the company however states RSM as a third party in their contract and insists on having a signature from RSM, you may always turn to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a non-EU/EAA student and your internship is part of your curriculum (compulsory) like the 3rd-year Bachelor internship, CEMS internship or the internships in the MSc programmes Supply Chain Management, Management of Innovation and Business Information Management, you need to use the template below.
Internship agreement in English for non-EU/EAA student
Non-EU/EEA student cannot do a voluntary internship. For more information specifically for non-EU/EEA students you may visit our dedicated web section.
Outside the Netherlands
When doing an internship abroad and the company wants to include RSM as a third party in the internship agreement you can best approach our office for help and advice.
Do you need a statement from RSM for arranging your visa, or does the company need proof of your enrolment at RSM? RSM Career Centre can provide you such a statement. Please register the internship via https://sis.eur.nl/student -> choose to start a new case -> select registration internships not part of curriculum. At the end of the registration, you can request a statement. In the comment box you could add additional information that is relevant for the statement, like including the name of the company or country or additional time for travelling.