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Student Internship

The Internship is an integral part of a degree programme and is designed to help students gain professional experience, as well as improve and strengthen their knowledge and competencies acquired in the course of theoretical education.

The Internship may be held at state, municipal, social, commercial and non-profit institutions or University subdivisions matching the student’s field of study. Students find their own placements suitable for internships in the given field of study and approve their choice with the Academic supervisor of the programme. Study office can also assist them in choosing a place of the Internship. Students who have relevant employment record may have it counted as introductory and professional Internship.

Professional Internship for Master’s programme Advanced Urban Design

Professional Internship incorporates Research Internship. It is a very important stage of preparing the Master’s Thesis. The Research Internship is held for master’s students to collect, analyze and consolidate materials, develop fresh proposals and ideas for a master’s thesis, acquire the skill of independent research, and take part in group research project.

Research Internship is an obligatory part of the Master’s degree program. The Internship is carried out in the 2nd year of studies during Semester 2. It is graded on a 10-point grading scale and assessment results are included into the student performance rating. Students who failed to complete their Internship for no valid reason or who received a fail grade shall be facing academic failure.

Before starting the Internship students must submit to the Study Office the Internship Letter of Confirmation from the host organization (deadline is December 10).

Within 5 (five) calendar days after the Internship is over the student is to submit to the Study Office the Internship Report with the Review of the Student’s Internship Work using the template below.

 The Student Internship Report

Review of the Student’s Internship Work


Academic year 2017/2018

Research Internship

2nd year of study

January 29 – March 25 2018, 8 weeks