International Business Studies FT
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Internship

level of course unit

not applicable

Learning outcomes of course unit

Students will be able to:
apply what they have learned in other courses in a practical setting
understand common workplace processes;
deal with challenges that arise in projects they work on and implement solutions (practical implementation of skills);
work through and further develop arguments, solutions and strategies autonomously (problem-solving skills);
communicate appropriately with management, co-workers and colleagues (social skills).

prerequisites and co-requisites

not specified

course contents

Students deepen their knowledge of theory by applying it to practical situations involving commercial law tasks. For the internship, students work at least 475 hours for an external company in a full-time capacity. This enables them to more easily make the transition from university into the world of work and also to feel more confident in their knowledge and skills. They come to know and understand workplace processes, procedures and situations. Students are guided through their internship by mentors, who help them to reflect upon and discuss their problems and successes.

recommended or required reading

not applicable

assessment methods and criteria

Scientific paper

language of instruction

not applicable

number of ECTS credits allocated

18

planned learning activities and teaching methods

not applicable

semester/trimester when the course unit is delivered

4

name of lecturer(s)

Asc. Prof. (FH) Terence Foy, BA, MA

year of study

2nd year

recommended optional program components

not specified

course unit code

V.PT1.1

type of course unit

not applicable

mode of delivery

compulsory

work placement(s)

applicable