The Internship Programme aims to give undergraduates a better understanding of professional life after graduation.

To let students apply their skills in practice, undergraduates should take two internships during summer breaks: after the first year studies are completed, the first internship period takes place, and the second internship period takes place after the second year studies are completed.

In the Internship Programme students are employed as trainees in Baltic and international businesses as well as in government institutions and non-governmental organizations. Internships are obligatory and based on the employer’s evaluation and self-evaluation report, credit points are granted, verifying professional learning experience.