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Faculty of Business Administration is a member of the European Foundation for Management Development EFMD and as a result, students of FBA have a free access to a unique network Highered – The Global Talent Network. Students can use it, when they search for an internship abroad. To enter the network, you need to register at http://vse.higheredtalent.org/login. Insert your e-mail address (the part in front of @vse.cz) and confirm the e-mail you will receive in your mail box. Students may choose a different company for their internship, but it needs to be approved by the academic director of International study programmes.

Students, who speak Czech can also search for an internship on the websites of FPH (“nabídka stáží”):

Czech Republic – http://fph.vse.cz/studenti/odborne-praxe/

Abroad – http://fph.vse.cz/studenti/odborne-praxe-ve-firme-v-zahranici/

 

TYPES OF INTERNSHIPS

 

  1. Erasmus+ Internship – internship within the EU with the financial support from the EU. Elective course “Professional experience in the company” (33F701) for 6 ECTS credits. The internship will be also noted in the Diploma Supplement.
  2. Non-Erasmus Internship – internship outside the EU with the financial support from FBA Stipend fund. Elective course “Professional experience in the company” (33F701) for 6 ECTS credits. The internship will be also noted in the Diploma Supplement.
  3. Internship in the Czech Republic – internship in one of the partner companies of the Faculty of Business Administration or any other upon the approval by the academic director of International study programmes. Elective course “Professional experience in the company” (33F701) for 6 ECTS credits.

 

1) ERASMUS+ INTERNSHIP

Students of the Master in Management Programme at VŠE may obtain an ERASMUS+ grant.

Requirements

  • Student must be duly enrolled at the sending university (it is necessary to have a student status) during the whole time of the internship abroad, (it is not possible to finish studying at the home university before completing the internship).
  • Minimum duration of 8 weeks (2 months), maximum of 12 months (however, students can receive financial support for 2 months only).
  • Only in a country, which is a member of the Erasmus Programme , countries of EHP Norway, Iceland, Lichtenstein and EU candidates Turkey and Macedonia.
  • The internship cannot be conducted in the institutions of the European Union and in national embassies abroad, because of the possible conflict of interest or double funding.
  • Full-time employment, which has to be approved in advance.
  • Each student is allowed to participate in the period of his/her university education in the Erasmus internship programme only once

Note: Each student can participate in Erasmus programme (study + internship) up to 12 months maximum during their master’s study.

Financial support

After fulfilling the requirements, students receive financial support for a maximum of 8 weeks (2 months) of the internship. If the internship lasts longer, the student is classified as a “zero-grant” student for the remaining months.

The amount of grant varies according to the country of internship. Countries are divided into 3 groups according to the cost of living and therefore the grant differs as follows:

 

Group Host country Grant/month
1 Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Norway, Austria, Sweden, Great Britain 600 €
2 Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Spain, Greece, Croatia, Island, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Turkey 500 €
3 Bulgaria, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Hungary, Macedonia, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia 400 €

 

Before the internship starts

  1. Arrangement of the internship (contact with the company, conditions, duration, etc.).
  2. Formal confirmation of the internship by the receiving enterprise – signature of the Learning Agreement for Traineeships.
  3. Confirmation of the internship by the sending institution (academic director) – signature of the Learning Agreement for Traineeships.
  4. Request for Erasmus+ grant – submission of Learning Agreement for Traineeships signed by both parties to the MIMG coordinator.
  5. Student’s signature of the Bank account details form.
  6. Receiving grant – student’s signature of the Financial Agreement.
  7. Proof of an Accident and Liability insurance (in case the receiving institution does not cover it).

! All documents must be submitted to the MIMG office before the internship starts!

Payment of the grant takes place usually within one month after the MIMG office receives all required documents. Please, note that there will be no money transfers during July and August.

After the internship finishes

  1. Final accounts of the grant – submit the Internship Evaluation Form_VSE – confirmation of duration and results of the internship, which is to be filled by the receiving company. The document must be submitted to the MIMG office.
  2. Final report of the internship from the student (in Insis and in an online application Mobility Tool)
  3. Recognition of the internship by the academic director.

Documents

  • Learning Agreement for Traineeships_2017
  • Financial Agreement
  • Bank account details form
  • Internship Evaluation Form_VSE
  • Final report of the internship from the student

 

2) NON-ERASMUS INTERNSHIP

Students who plan to conduct their internship outside the EU may apply for a grant from FBA Stipend fund. The grant is a fixed amount of 10 000 CZK (approx. 400 EUR).

Requirements

  • Student must be duly enrolled at the sending university (it is necessary to have a student status) during the whole time of the internship abroad, (it is not possible to finish studying at the home university before completing the internship).
  • Minimum duration 8 weeks (2 months).
  • Full-time employment, which has to be approved in advance.
  • Proof of an Accident and Liability insurance (in case the receiving institution does not cover it).

Before the internship starts

  1. Arrangement of the internship (contact with the company, conditions, duration, etc.).
  2. Formal confirmation of the internship by the receiving enterprise – signature of the Learning Agreement for Traineeships.
  3. Confirmation of the internship by the sending institution (academic director) signature of the Learning Agreement for Traineeships.
  4. Decision on assigning a grant from FBA Stipend fund.
  5. Payment of the grant to a bank account stated in InSIS.

! All documents must be submitted to the MIMG office before the internship starts!

Payment of the grant takes place usually within one month after the MIMG office receives all required documents.

After the internship finishes

  1. Final accounts of the grant – transmit the Internship Evaluation Form_VSE – confirmation of duration and results of the internship, which is to be filled by the receiving company. The document must be submitted to the MIMG office.
  2. Final report of the internship from the student in Insis.
  3. Recognition of the internship by the academic director.

Documents

  • Learning Agreement for Traineeships – Overseas 2017
  • Internship Evaluation Form_VSE
  • Final report of the internship from the student

 

3) INTERNSHIP IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Students can conduct an internship in one of the partner companies of the Faculty of Business Administration (e.g. T-Mobile, Plzeňský prazdroj, Škoda Auto, HOPI, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, L’Oréal, KPMG, LEGO and others) or any other company upon an approval by the academic director of International study programmes.

Requirements

  • Student must be duly enrolled at the sending university (it is necessary to have a student status) during the whole time of the internship (it is not possible to finish studying at the university before completing the internship).
  • Minimum duration 8 weeks (2 months).