Credit conversion for an internship for bachelor's degree students
Credit conversion for an internship for bachelor's degree students in business administration, economics, business information systems, and for those who are double-majoring in economics (B.WIWI-WB.1000)
In the above mentioned bachelor's degree programmes, under certain conditions, credits can be awarded for internships that begin after 1 April 2016. The conditions for recognizing internships for credits are outlined in the document "Rules for the completion of the course B.WIWI-WB.1000 (external internship)" (download/ in German).
You must submit several documents to the Faculty of Business and Economics Student Advisory Office both before and after the internship:
- 1. Before the internship: An application to have the internship recognized (download/ in German) is due approximately 6 weeks* before the internship begins. It must be submitted to the Faculty of Business and Economics Student Advisory Office along with the host institution's internship programme, which should outline the content of the internship as well as a rough timeline. Also should be mentioned duration of your internship and your weekly working hours. Also should be mentioned duration of your internship and your weekly working hours.
- 2. After the internship: After completing the internship, submit the approved application form (from above) with an internship report or review of your work from your host institution. Your contact person in the host institution has to sign the report before you hand it in. The specific details and requirements are stipulated in the adjacent document "Rules for the completion of the course B.WIWI-WB.1000 (external internship)" (see above).
Please carefully read the requirements for converting internships into credits. If all the conditions are met, you will be able to receive six credits for the course "B.WIWI-BWL.1000 Externes Praktikum", which does not include a grade.
* You can also submit the application later. However, the mandatory processing of the application before the start of the internship cannot be guaranteed. The risk is in the hands of the applicant and is significantly minimised if you send complete documents by email.