The mandatory internship programme was one of the foundations of the ESCI-UPF project and remains a key factor in explaining the rapid success that students taking the Bachelor’s Degree in International Business and Marketing have in finding a job.
The unique relationship between university and business plays a crucial role in students’ education, given that their internship enables them to acquire skills and knowhow that can only be found in the workplace.
All students on internships are covered by ESCI-UPF’s third-party liability insurance policy. Students aged 28 or older have to take out their own private insurance policy.
On the secure digital Xolido portal, which works effectively for all three parties.
The agreement is free of charge.
Yes. ESCI-UPF sets out the minimum amount students should be paid for the work they do as interns: €200/month for part-time internships and €300/month for full-time internships.
No. The educational cooperation agreement finishes once students graduate. At this point, ESCI-UPF plays no further part in their employment path.