- Students learn the applicability of their curriculum in an industrial setting
- The students get an insight in how their future job might look like
- The company can excite students for a career at their company
A dedicated (optional) course in the university curriculum to allow an internship (4-8 weeks) at a company. The student sees how he / she can apply the knowledge in a company and learn how a career at that company might look like. The company can motivate students to pursue a career at their company and as such guarantee an influx of newly graduated students.
First-hand experience for students to get acquainted with industrial setting.
- Company supervisor
- Academic supervisor
- Legal framework (incl. insurance, IP, ...)
- A mentor that will guide the student during the internship
- Too big a gap between university courses and industrial application might hinder employability
KU Leuven - Noise and Vibration Research Group, Celestijnenlaan 300B, 3001 Leuven, Belgium