Why should I do a project oriented course with a company? And how can the internship become my way into the job market?
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Coincidences and network paved the way for Luca’s internship
Lucky coincidences have characterised Luca’s time in Denmark – from choice of study programme, to student jobs, and finally finding as well as accepting an internship. Here, he shares his experiences with internship search in Denmark and the importance of network and showing your personality.
FROM INTERNS TO FIRST MOVERS IN THE FILM INDUSTRY – AMUNET STUDIO
An internship at The National Film School of Denmark was the starting point for Camilla, Mathias, Aishah and Ademir to become entrepreneurs. Today, the four medialogy-students own the IT-consultancy and production company AMUNET Studio, which focuses on incorporating new technology into the Danish film industry.
How to land an internship and student job in Denmark
When Alexa was searching for an internship, she found that creating a targeted CV made her stand out from the crowd. And when she started her internship, she got more than she had ever hope for: Challenges, responsibilities, insights, a smooth learning curve, and even a student job! Here, she shares her experiences and tips for landing an internship and student job.
My internship – my first exciting steps in my career in Denmark
Starting her internship sent Viola straight into the Danish culture she had been eager to get to know ever since she began her studies in Denmark. Being part of a Danish workplace plunged her headlong into it – and she loves it. Here, she shares her experience of her first whirlwind 2 weeks.
My road to an exciting internship in the wind power industry
Gustavo had clear plans when he arrived in Denmark – however, he quickly realised that he lacked knowledge of and experience in the Danish job market. Here, the Young Professionals in Denmark programme helped him.
Project-oriented course – Preparations before your first day
Finally, you have found an internship! Now, it is time to prepare a bit, so that you can begin your project-oriented course one step ahead. Here are a couple of reflections and preparations that Elizabeth has made before starting her internship in September.
Exciting internship experience in a start-up
When Luna Azul Cantillo did her internship in a start-up, she was very proactive which resulted in many new opportunities and responsibilities. Here, she shares her experiences regarding getting an internship and getting as much as possible out of it – as well as what she learned during her internship.
Finding an internship and how to succeed in being employed afterwards
Algerian student Sohib Ider, studying Innovation, Knowledge and Entrepreneurial Dynamics, found an internship at NTU in Aalborg in the Fall of 2018. Sohib shares his experiences and some valuable pieces of advice.
Working in a spatial planning studio in a micro-enterprise in Norway
Anna took part in an AAU traineeship program in autumn 2017 and went to Bergen in Norway to work in the micro-enterprise Opus based on her interest in spatial planning and BREEAM Communities projects. This experience helped her to determine the direction she wants to follow and where she sees herself in the near future.
Internship in a micro-enterprise in Norway
Kent Olav, who is a Master’s student in Urban Design, did an internship in LÉVA Urban Design in Norway in autumn 2017. It provided him with great opportunities to practice his education in a purely urban design firm, but with cross-disciplinary collaborations. He was included in a broad spectrum of projects, had wide latitude to make suggestions, and given lots of responsibility.
Learning from pioneers in a Swedish micro-enterprise
Thomas, who is a graduate student in International Marketing, did an internship in the micro-enterprise, Nakdcom One World AB (NA-KD), in Sweden in autumn 2017. The company has a reputation for being one of the fastest growing fashion e-commerce companies in Europe, and Thomas’ internship provided him with an opportunity to learn from some of the pioneers, who initiated the digital success.
Designing concept drones in a start-up company in Sweden
Dimitrios is a MSc student in Industrial Design at AAU in Aalborg. In autumn 2016 he did an internship in a start-up micro-enterprise “Inkonova” in Stockholm, Sweden. He designed concept drones, did market research, and was able to test his limits in relation to his educational background! Read more about Dimitrios’ experiences here.