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TECH internships in Finland

On this page you can find information about internships in Finland and internship support for students of schools of technology (CHEM, ELEC, ENG, SCI).

TECH students (CHEM, ELEC, ENG, SCI) of Aalto University may receive support for internships in public sector organizations in Finland, and embassy and permanent representation internships abroad, as well as non-profit organization internships during their studies.

This support is allocated to students via internship vouchers. It is not necessary to have a placement ready when you apply for a voucher. We recommend you time your internship for the summer. Please note that the working language in many public sector organisations is Finnish / Swedish.

Your employer pays your salary regularly during the internship and bills the university after the internship is finished. The support equals to 1800€ for a three month internship and 1200€ for a two month internship.

Please note that you should apply for a voucher only if you are genuinely interested in an internship in the public sector.

Practices of supported internship

You should prepare well for the internship. On the How to get the most of your international internship page, you can read more about preparing for the internship, internship supervision, and learning.

Below you will find more information about the practicalities, which you are obliged to commit to when using internship support.

Contact information

For further information regarding supported internships, please contact the Learning Services of your school: CHEM: [email protected], ELEC: [email protected], ENG: [email protected], SCI: [email protected]

Aalto University Career Services will help you with questions related to job search: [email protected]

Please note: There are differences between different schools in the procedures related to internship grants and internship support. The budget and the amount of support allocated depends on funds of schools.

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