Business Internship

(Advanced) Business (Research) project, Assignment work, Relevant (project) work, Job work, Internship agreement, internship Reflection report, this is how the internship is organised ass part of the full-time and part-time bachelor programme.

Learning on the job, implementing what you learned, Think – Act – Grow !

Business Project / Research Project / Advanced Business Project

At the HNC year (Higher National Certificate) there is a Business Project. At the HND year (Higher National Diploma) there is a Research project. At the Top-up year there is an Advanced Business Project.

At the HNC and HND the subject of the assigment is set by Pearson for all students globally.

The business project is focussed on building your project management skills. The research Project has a more academic focus were a real (small) research is conducted. The advanced Business Project in the Top-up year is to understand the nature of academic research in business and the ways in which it can contribute to business success.

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Assignment work / Relevant work

During the internship the student will work on the Pearson set assignment.

In addition to this assignment work, students also work in a relevant department. Relevant means that there is a connection with the students’ specialization. So a student with an HRM specialization works in the HRM department of a company.¬†Students can also do an internship in a project management department in the company. This may be the case in the first year in which the student has not yet been trained in the specialization.

The internship at work

Part-time students who are employed within a company do not need to do an extra internship as long as they can do their Pearson set assignment. Of course, working in a department that matches the specialization is also in the part-time situation the most instructive.

Internship Agreement and Internship Relection Report

The student submits the internship agreement prior to the internship. This document is signed by the student, the Business supervisor and the Kronenburgh supervisor.

The Business Supervisor is asked to supervise the students during the internship. The Supervisor also helps to enable the student to do the Pearson set assignment.

At the end of the internship, the student is asked to hand in the internship report. In this report, the student:

  • describes all internship activities (including the planning)
  • reflects on these activities
  • reports on the internship hours (full-time 400 and part-time 640 hours per year).

The Business Supervisor reviews the internship as a whole.

The internship reflection report is again signed by the student, the Business Supervisor and the Kronenburgh Supervisor.

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