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INFORMATION SESSION | The benefits of doing an internship – Q&A session with internship ambassador Pleun Driessen – Thursday 12 March 12.00 – 13.00

March 12 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

The benefits of doing an internship – Q&A session with internship ambassador Pleun Driessen

Why doing an internship? Choosing for an internship could be stressful, and this for diverse reasons. For example: 1) Leaving your comfort zone 2) Uncertainty about your practical skills to work in a company 3) Uncertainty about your role within the company. Will I serve coffee or will I do something actually challenging? Will I have some responsibilities? 4) It could also mean that you would have a study delay. What arguments/possibilities are there to reduce the uncertainty of going on an internship? And what about how to find an internship?

Former SBE MSc student Pleun Driessen will be present to share her internship experience and to answer all your questions. During this session, you will learn more about the benefits of doing an internship.

Do you worry about how to find an internship, leaving your comfort zone, your tasks and responsibilities within the company, or having a study delay? All of these questions and many more will answered during this informal information session.

SBE alumnus Pleun Driessen will share her experiences as well as tips and tricks based on her Thesis-Internship Programme (TIP) at Sitech Services. Of course, she is more than happy to address all your questions as well.

 

Speakers

Pleun Driessen did a TIP at Sitech Services

Rogier Deumes is the Academic Manager of the Thesis Internship Programma (TIP) and one of the academic internship coordinators. Rogier is involved with the TIP internships, the extracurricular MSc internships and all regular BSc internships for several years now.

SBE Internship Office: Anouk Quaden

 

Target audience: Master’s students

 

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March 12
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12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Venue

TS53, F0.13