The internship is an opportunity to become acquainted with the practices you’ll encounter in the workplace during your second year. In an applied research or project, you’ll contribute to solving a specific problem in the field of energy and materials. Your internship will also be relevant to policy and/or management. Always talk to your Energy Science programme leader to find out whether your intendedthis internship could be completed as part of your academic programme (curriculum).
Career Services Internship Listings
You could also check the Career Services Internship Listings to see if any of the internships interest you. Companies and organisations looking for interns from the university's various academic programmes often post their vacancies with us.
Talk to your Energy Science programme leader to find out whether this internship could be completed as part of your academic programme (curriculum).
Internship opportunities will also be posted in the Energy Science BlackBoard community
Read more about the legal aspects of an internship.