Does your company have some old problems that need a fresh pair of eyes? Do you have a drawer full of projects waiting to be completed? Would your company benefit from new knowledge and fresh theories? Then employing a graduate or student from the University of Southern Denmark is the ideal solution.
Both students and companies gain new knowledge when they collaborate on a thesis or project. A company gains fresh perspectives on old problems, addresses specific tasks and creates an excellent employment basis for employing future staff in the future, etc. A student gains valuable business experience, which can be listed on his or her CV, and builds up a network of contacts that will be useful in the future. In other words a win-win situation.
When you enter into collaboration with a student, it is a good idea to have clear guidelines before you begin.
An internship agreement or contract can define the details of the internship in advance and clarify the expectations of both parties before you start the internship.
If you have no previous experience of working with students on a project or on an internship, the links below will let you see an example of an internship agreement and a project agreement.
Internship agreement (pdf)
Reach students through the job bank
If your company is interested in collaborating with students in a project or internship, then you can easily and quickly create a company profile and advertise the position online.
Read more at www.sdu.dk/jobbank/virksomheder.