Students taking the Bachelor’s Degree in International Business and Marketing are required to do a mandatory internship during their third year.
The Internship subject has three stages:
Full time in the third term of your third year, with the option of continuing part time in your fourth year (extracurricular internship).
Examples of centers and types of internships (spanish version)
Yes. The assessment criteria are set out in the subject curriculum, which will be posted on the virtual classroom, where they will be available to all enrolled students.
Students who choose to do their internship in an SME can either work in several departments in parallel or carry out crosscutting tasks.
PLEASE NOTE: Students may actively look for their own offers of internships on their own initiative. The ESCI-UPF Internship Department will validate any offers to ensure they comply with the necessary requirements.
ESCI-UPF internships are governed by current Spanish legislation, UPF regulations and ESCI-UPF internal regulations.