Practical work in industrial companies promotes the training objectives of the Bachelor's degree both as a support for the courses and as an important prerequisite for successful studies with a view to later professional activity. During the course of studies, the industrial internship to be completed is intended to supplement the course of studies and deepen acquired theoretical knowledge through its practical relevance.
The Internship Office is both the contact point for the recognition of the industrial mandatory internship and for advice on the procedures for obtaining a certified internship, as prescribed by the internship regulations of the respective degree program. Please make sure that you meet the requirements exactly, otherwise recognition cannot be granted. The Internship Office is also responsible for issuing the certificate of the compulsory internship. This certificate can be issued at the request of the internship company.
Unfortunately, it is not possible to arrange internships. Students are expected to establish their own contacts in the industry.
Room: BA 040
Tel.: +49 203 37-93101
Contact via e-mail or
telephone (Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:00 - 12:30 o'clock)
The internship office for compulsory industrial internships is still closed for visitors!
In order to minimize the risk of infection with the coronavirus, it is not possible to hand in personal documents for the recognition of the compulsory internship, and there will be no personal consultation on site. Please note the further information on the homepage.
We will be happy to answer your questions by e-mail or during our telephone consultation hours (Tuesday and Thursday from 10.00 - 12.30 a.m.).
This guideline applies to students of the Bachelor's degree programs with enrolment for winter semester 2019/20 and regulates the practical work for students of the respective degree program on the basis of the respective examination regulations.
Recognition of the industrial internship
For the Bachelor's programs Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Medical Engineering, NanoEngineering and for all degree courses of the study program International Studies in Engineering the following procedure for recognition must be followed:
The application for recognition of the compulsory industrial internship of the respective course of studies must be printed out and completed and attached to the required documents.
Applications for recognition of the individual courses of study:
- Bachelor Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik
- Bachelor International Studies in Engineering
- Bachelor Maschinenbau
- Bachelor Medizintechnik
- Bachelor NanoEngineering
- Bachelor Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
Please use the following format template for the required report portfolio.
Enrolled students should always send their questions and comments from their current "@stud.uni-due.de" e-mail address, quoting their matriculation number, degree course and version of the examination regulation. Otherwise we cannot guarantee that the mail will be processed.