Internships

Can I choose my own internship company? Is there a chance go to another EU country?

Yes, you can choose any internship position from the list of ECCEDU’s partners' offers, and there is a chance to go to another EU country; we have more than 350 partners in 26 Schengen countries, but this varies each year. However, you should bear in mind that your choice will also depend on your performance on the ECCEDU test, the one that you will take after the three weeks of lectures: people who perform best get to choose first.

When can I choose my internship? How?

You can decide where to do your internship at the end of the second week of lectures. All the students who want to go on an internship will take a short test (consisting of questions from lectures and questions assessing your fluency in English). We will add to your test score the participation points that you will get from being active during the lectures, and we will rank every student according to his points total. The student ranked number 1 will have the right to choose whichever company he/she prefers from the entire internship companies list, then the student ranked number 2 can decide from the rest of the list, so on and so forth.

How many internship positions are there in one company?

Each company will offer up to 2 internship positions.

Can I extend my internship after 4 weeks?

Yes, you can extend your internship for one extra week if you reach a mutual agreement with your internship company.

What should I expect from the internship? How many hours will I work?

Prague: You can expect tailor-made internships in the fields of Architecture & Design, Law, and International Business. In most of the companies, you would be a full-time intern, and work around 35 to 40 hours a week.

Warsaw: You can expect tailor-made internships in the field of Law. In most of the companies, you would be a full-time intern, and work around 35 to 40 hours a week.

New York: You expect find tailor-made internships in the field of Law and International Business. In most of the companies, you would be a full-time intern, and work around 35 to 40 hours a week.

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