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Learning outcomes of course unit
Graduates are able to apply their gained knowledge in real-life practice. They understand procedures in the work environment and can solve problems and implement solutions within the context of real-life projects (practical skill).
Moreover, they are able to further develop arguments, problem solutions and strategies independently (problem-solving skill). They can consolidate, further develop and implement knowledge relating to communicating with superiors, employees and colleagues in a beneficial manner (social skill).
prerequisites and co-requisites
Academic Writing, Project Management, Practical Project I, Bachelor Thesis Seminar I
Complement to the students’ theoretical knowledge in the form of practical activities and
legal-economical questions from practice. Minimum of 550 work hours. Employment at an external company with full employment. The internship ensures that students are able to find their way when they enter work life and gain confidence due to previous experiences in implementing gained knowledge. Procedures, workflows and situations in the work environment are to be experienced and understood. Student accompaniment in the internship: communication and reflection of opportunities and challenges.
recommended or required reading
Brenner D.: Karrierestart nach dem Studium – inkl. Arbeitshilfen online: Die ersten 100 Tage im neuen Job, 1. Auflage, Haufe Lexware Verlag, 2015
assessment methods and criteria
Formless assessment of the internship placement (intermediary report, final report, presentation, evaluation), internship placement
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