Alcide De Gasperi University of Euroregional Economy in Józefów


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Internship process at the WSGE


In accordance with WSGE Study Regulations and WSGE Rules of Student’s Obligatory Internship, the obligation to undergo the internship occurs when it is a part of the study programme. In such case students may receive support from Career Services Office in terms of its organizing (finding the right company/institution). Completing the Internship is also recorded in the Diploma Supplement as "additional information" to the progress of study.

The Obligatory Internship is awarded by ECTS points. Not completing the Internship means that the student cannot complete the semester and whole study programme – so without completing the internship it is not possible to obtain the diploma.

The minimum amount of hours of internship is:

  • Bachelor level

- 360 hours completed by the end of 6th semester (students implementing the 2015/2016 studies programme -  Intakes: October 2015 / February 2016 / June 2016)

- 180 hours completed by the end of 6th semester (students implementing the 2016/2017 and 2017/2018 studies programme - Intakes: October 2016 / February 2017 / October 2017 / February 2018)

  • Master level

- 240 hours completed by the end of 2nd & 4th semesters - in total 480 hours (for students  implementing the 2016/2017 studies programme - Intakes: October 2016 / February 2017)

- 390 hours completed by the end of 2nd year of studies ( for students iplementing the 2017/2018 studies programme - Intakes: October 2017 / February 2018)

As internships are a part of your study programs you will not be moved to the higher semester without completing the internship.

In any questions please ask the International Career Services Office.



 Internship process – step by step

For students who take internship in their field of studies

For students who officially work in their field of studies

Step 1

Think about what you want to do, in what type of company you would like to start an internship and is it related to your studies. 

In fact the Obligatory Internship has to be related to your field of study e.g. for Hotel and Tourism Management students typical places are: various departments of hotels, restaurants, SPA centers, tourist centers, travel agencies etc. For Business Administration students various departments of banks, enterprises, HR /PR/ marketing agencies would be preferable. 

Step 2

Contact the Career Services Office to see whether such internship placement is possible to organize.

Step 3

Download and print out following documents:

  • Internship Agreement – IN POLISH – (Umowa o organizację studenckich praktyk zawodowych) - 2 copies
  • Internship Agreement - IN ENGHLISH – (AGREEMENT- the organization of student placements) - 2 copies
  • Diary of Student’s Obligatory Internship (Dzienniczek Studenckich Praktyk Zawodowych)
  • Sending letter (Skierowanie na praktyki) - if required by the institution/company
  • In case of an internship taking place in non European Union country, please also provide actual printout from relevant commercial registry, confirming details of the company like its full name, address, official representatives of that company, commercial registration number etc. The printout has to be in English.
Step 4

Take the printout of the Internship Agreement and sign it by the University and then by the institution/company. Career Services Office will assist you regarding this documentation. 

Step 5

Bring one copy of signed Internship Agreement to the Career Services Office. 

Step 6

The Internship

Please remember that many companies require to precise your work days. Your Internship cannot be performed during your University hours. None of students will be released from their duty to take part in classes.

Step 7

After completing the Internship student must bring to the Deanery filled out, signed and stamped Diary of Student’s Obligatory Internship and Confirmation of completing the internship.

Step 1

Contact the Ms Kamila Dudek ( room no. 24 )to find out whether your current workplace is acceptable.

Step 2

Prepare documents proving your experience:


Certificate from your workplace with information from when and on what position do you work, and list of your duties with signature of your employer



Step 3
Prepare and print out a Declaration on completing an internship  in accordance with the student’s obligatory internship programme  


Step 4
Submit all of abovementioned documents to Kamila Dudek, M.A

If all of your documents were correct your Internship will be accepted by the Dean of the Faculty as part of your study programme.  

If you would like to take part in an extra internship (not necessary related to your field of study and without the minimum amount of work hours) you are free to do so, but it will not be considered as a part of your study programme.