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Internships provide an opportunity for students to link theory with practice in real-world experiences. They enable a student to develop important skills which cannot be taught in the classroom. These experiences vary from working on special projects for the interning agency to learning about the human motivation process in an organization. They also teach what is expected in terms of professional experience.
An internship is the first step in your professional career. It can also be an interview for your first job. Successfully completing your internship can lead to a job offer upon graduation.
Internships can be for academic credit or not for academic credit.
Internships can be paid or unpaid.
These are not mutually exclusive - and they do not depend on how you find your internship!
For more information on the School of Business Internship process, please click here.
For information on recent Internship sponsors, please click here.