Program Details

The length and timing of your internship is determined by the professor offering the internship, but in many cases there is some room for flexibility.
Location:
Munich, Germany; Hamburg, Germany; Munster, Germany; Osnabruck, Germany; Leverkusen, Germany; Bremen, Germany
Program Type:
Intern Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Academic Year, Fall Semester, Rolling Starts, Spring Break, Spring Semester, Summer, Winter Semester, Year Round
Work Types:
Business

Program Overview

Program Description:
The Internship Program (IP) is an option for students interested in hands-on research opportunities at a German University of Applied Sciences. Lab projects offered by UAS7 member faculty allow IP participants to work alongside teams in our campus research laboratories and institutes.

The length and timing of your internship is determined by the professor offering the internship, but in many cases there is some room for flexibility.

UAS7 Internship Program (IP) Benefits: Successful IP applicants receive a UAS7 Travel Scholarship for transatlantic travel expenses. If accepted, you will receive a full tuition waiver (enrollment is also required for internships in Germany) and the benefits (e.g. student mentors, organized cultural/recreational activities) provided to exchange students at the host UAS during the internship. 1000 Euro contribution to travel expenses for program participation.
Setting Description:
The UAS7 alliance encompasses over 91,000 students, 2,200 full-time faculty members, and several thousand part-time lecturers with backgrounds in business, industry and various other applied fields. They come together to study, teach, and research in seven of Germany's most dynamic and liveable cities: Berlin, Bremen, Cologne, Hamburg, Munich, Münster, and Osnabrück. Worldwide, the alliance members maintain partnerships with over 1,000 universities.Universities of Applied Sciences differ from other universities by preparing students for their future professional careers through application-oriented instruction.
Cost:
As with accommodation, living expenses differ from city to city and depend on individual needs. However, you should expect to need approximately 600 to 800 Euro per month (for electricity, telephone, food, leisure activities, books, and other small expenditures, excluding rent). At most UAS7 campuses, exchange students have to pay a "Semesterbeitrag", which comprises administrative and student union fees, as well as the cost of your semester ticket (which usually allows you to travel on your cit

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