Specific for Business Informatics students: Please take a look at the thesis project and colloquium page first, as this is the starting point for any MBI student who is about to begin the graduation project.
Within all Master's programmes one or more research projects are mandatory (see ‘Study programme’ for general information).
- within the university, step 1 only
- outside of the university, in the form of an internship at a company or research institute.
- in The Netherlands, step 1 and step 2
- abroad (see also: ‘stay abroad’), step 1, step 2 and step 3
It may also be possible to do an extracurricular internship; less research-oriented but more geared towards applying skills learned in your Master's programme and getting a closer experience of a real company environment. Please ask your programme coordinator for opportunities within your programme.
Specific for Nanomaterials Science students:
An additional (international) internship as secondary elective besides your research project is possible. Please look at the Internship Nano page for extra information.
Specific for History and Philosophy of Science students:
It is possible to do an internship besides your research project. Please look at the Internship HPS page for more information.
Specific for Applied Data Science students:
It is not possible to go abroad for internship. All internships have to be done in the Netherlands.
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Need inspiration for your thesis? Listen to the podcast series 'Masters of Science'
All Master's students have to write a master thesis (research project). Do you need inspiration? Or do you want to know how other students experienced writing their thesis? Listen to the podcast 'Masters of Science': produced by Master student Daan Tamminga.
During the podcast episodes, Daan talks to master students from the Faculty of Science about their study programme and their master thesis from a personal, student-framed perspective.