Industrial Engineering & Management FT
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Internship

level of course unit

First cycle, Bachelor

Learning outcomes of course unit

Students are able to:
 apply their acquired knowledge in the working environment.
 understand procedures in the working environment.
 solve problems and implement solutions in real-life projects (practical skills).
 produce and further develop arguments, solutions and strategies on their own (problem
solving skills).
 consolidate, further develop and successfully implement their knowledge about
communication with superiors, members of staff and colleagues (social skills).

prerequisites and co-requisites

not applicable

course contents

Students’ theoretical knowledge will be complemented by practical activities and practical
issues related to industrial engineering.
 They must complete a minimum of 600 working hours as part of a full position at an external
company.
 This internship ensures that students are prepared for starting work after com-pleting their
studies and feel more confident doing so having already gathered experience in implementing
their acquired knowledge.
 The aim is for them to become familiar with and understand procedures, work-flows and
situations in a working environment.
 Students receive support and advice as part of their internship, enabling them to reflect on topics, talk about problems and success stories.

recommended or required reading

Brenner, D. (2007): Schön, dass Sie da sind!: Karrierestart nach dem Studium, BW Verlag Nürnberg

assessment methods and criteria

Internship report

language of instruction

German

number of ECTS credits allocated

24

planned learning activities and teaching methods

Internship

semester/trimester when the course unit is delivered

6

name of lecturer(s)

not applicable

year of study

Third year of studies

recommended optional program components

not applicable

course unit code

BPR

type of course unit

Compulsory

mode of delivery

Compulsory

work placement(s)

applicable