An internship can help to orientate yourself in possible fields of profession and is an important qualification for further occupational success. An internship offers possibilities to deepen your interests and improve your skills. The invested time and work pay themselves as an interesting relation to practical relevance during your studies as well as work experience and contacts to potential employers after you finished studying.
The goal of an internship is to apply the skills learned while studying the PELP program, to train yourself in key qualifications like organization, presentation, communication, writing, conceptual and analytical thinking, team-work and independent working, to verify and adjust expectations and to socialize.
Internships are not part of the compulsory subjects of PELP, but you can get ECTS credits for them to use for your free electives. Information on procedure and extent of recognition can be found here. Responsible for recognitions is the CuKo-chairman Marian David.
The team of the section moral and political philosophy has created an overview of PELP-relevant internships, which you can find here for download. This list is being updated at the moment.
- List of internships (Excel sheet, german)
- Internships at institutions of the EU (PDF, german)
- The University of Graz looks for students who can teach refugees basic EDV-skills. More informations you can find here.
- The office of international relations has a weekly newsletter with different forms of internships, which repeatedly are relevant for PELP students as well. If you are interested in this newsletter you can register for it by sending an e-mail to international(at)uni-graz.at
For questions, further information or suggestions or if some links do not work properly, please contact MasterofArtsPELP(at)uni-graz.at.
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