An internship gives you the opportunity to explore an industry, company or job so you can make informed decisions about your future career. The MSc Graduate Report 2018 shows that almost 39% of master graduates found a job via their internship; either at the internship company or because of the skills they gained during it. Doing an internship was the second most valuable way of finding a job, they said. The most valuable way according to the survey, was using their own network.
For MSc students at RSM, there are two possibilities for doing an internship:
- As an option or requirement in particular MSc programmes
- As a voluntary internship during, or after, your studies
These MSc programmes offer the opportunity to do an official internship during the company based project elective in combination with your Master thesis, thereby gaining credits (EC) for your internship:
- Business Information Management (BIM)
- Global Business & Sustainability (GBS)
- Management of Innovation (MI)
- Supply Chain Management (SCM)
Only the MSc International Management/CEMS programme has a 10-week international internship as a compulsory component. Information can be found in the CEMS internship guide 2015-2016. Please complete the internship proposal form and send it to email@example.com.
Other MSc programmes do not offer the opportunity to do an internship during the master programme, but it might still be possible to combine your master thesis with an internship. To do this, consult your thesis supervisor in advance. You can find the MSc thesis manual here.
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. The form to request postponement should be submitted before 15 June 2019.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the open consultation.