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Sociology: Internship

Advanced level Master courses. Internship. 15 or 30 credits. Autumn.

SOCN18, Internship, 15 credits. Autumn.

This course is for students of our master's programmes SASAN, SASCO and SACCR and is optional on the third semester.

The course gives you the opportunity to apply your theoretical knowledge in working life. You will gain specialised understanding of how sociological knowledge and skills can be applied in organisational contexts and in working life. It is your responsibility to find an appropriate work placement.

The teaching on the course consists of introductory lectures, a midway seminar and a final seminar, and individual or group supervision. The right to supervision is limited to the semester in which the internship takes place.

At the beginning of the course, a written agreement must be in place between the host organisation, yourself, and the course director that is in accordance with what is specified in the course syllabus (qualified tasks and the minimum and maximum number of hours).

Internship agreement

Send the agreement to the course director. It must be signed by you, as well as the supervisor at the workplace, and the course director.

SOCN19, Internship, 30 credits. Autumn

This course is for students of our master's programmes SASAN, SASCO and SACCR and is optional on the third semester.

The course gives you the opportunity to apply your theoretical knowledge in working life. You will gain specialised understanding of how sociological knowledge and skills can be applied in organisational contexts and in working life. It is your responsibility to find an appropriate work placement.

The teaching on the course consists of introductory lectures, a midway seminar and a final seminar, and individual or group supervision. The right to supervision is limited to the semester in which the internship takes place.

At the beginning of the course, a written agreement must be in place between the host organisation, yourself, and the course director that is in accordance with what is specified in the course syllabus (qualified tasks and the minimum and maximum number of hours).

Internship agreement

Send the agreement to the course director. It must be signed by you, as well as the supervisor at the workplace, and the course director.


Learn more about the Master's programmes

The internship is optional on semester 3 of our Master's programmes: