Internships, projects and research
Internship is designed to provide a bridge between school and the professional world by giving students the opportunity to work in pre-professional positions to gain hands-on skills and knowledge of the specific areas of banking, finance, auditing, consulting, manufacturing, retail, service sector, startups or government service.
Internship has the task of enhancing student’s skills and competencies in a professional setting. It offers the opportunity to observe the workplace and gain knowledge about employment opportunities and current situation on the labour market.
Projects are designed to create a practical setting where students are able to apply their academic skills and achieve the whole set of competencies set out in their curriculum.
Term paper is an expanded essay representative of student’s own interpretation of the given topic and supervised by an academic professional. Term paper is designed for students to demonstrate that they can source information from literature and analyze the facts relying on the theoretical and practical knowledge gained from their degree programme, designed to provide them with general and professional competencies.
Master’s thesis represents an original scholarly paper investigating student’s chosen research topic and offering a novel approach of theoretical and practical significance for relevant field of knowledge, or a research-based solution to an important application task.