Internship (Engineering Management MSc)

Engineering Management MSc students have to undertake a 4-week internship. The course related to internship must be signed up for previously via NEPTUN at the beginning of spring semester (curriculum 2016: MFSGY51M00-EN Internship, curriculum 2017: MK5SZGYM00MX17-EN Industrial internship, starting year 2018 or after: MK5SZGYM00MX18-EN, Industrial internship). Completing internship is one of the requirements of graduation.

Please note finding an appropriate internship place is time-consuming and difficult, therefore students are encouraged to start seeking a placement on time.


Aim of the internship

Students get acquainted with professional work in conformity with their degree program at the company or institution and join the daily work process. They have to resolve tasks independently assigned by their supervisor and gain experiences which may be utilized later in the labour market.
During internship general and specific competences may be acquired.
General competences: precisely work to schedule either individually or in team, applying correct technical terms.
Specific competences: practical application of the professional skills acquired during the studies and acquiring new knowledge.


Places suitable for internship

All the organizations, institutions and companies are suitable for internship which provide students with the opportunity to get acquainted with professional work in conformity with the Engineering Management MSc degree program and join the daily work process. Students have to resolve tasks independently assigned by their supervisor and gain experiences which may be utilized later in the labour market.

Places where students have recently undertaken internship can be found here.
You can use these databases: 

Erasmus Intern

On many job-search pages you can find traineeship positions, e. g. OnlineCV or Glassdoor

Documents necessary for starting and completing internship

After students have found a suitable internship place, the documents below need to be submitted.
Please note documents can be submitted either electronically (scanned) or in hard copy.
Initiating internship at the company and providing for the documents from the company is the student’s duty. If the student does not specify the receiving company or does not provide for documents on time, the responsible person for internship will refuse the internship papers.

Documents necessary in any case:

document     copy     signer(s)   submission deadline receiver
Declaration of acceptance for internship/Invitation Letter 1 company          continuously scanned or room 106
Performance assessment sheet 1 company in spring semester: first week in September, in fall semester: 31 January scanned or room 106


Before applying for an internship place and upon the student’s special request the Department of Engineering Management and Enterprise (room 106) can issue a certificate which proves that internship is mandatory and an integral part of the course of studies.

Certain documents are not obligatory, but you can download a sample and use it if the company requires. According to Hungarian Law concluding an agreement between the company and the university only in case of a 6-week internship is obligatory. 

In certain cases the company gives students insight into confidential documents, so it can happen, the company prefers to conclude a confidentiality agreement with the student/university.

Summary of the tasks and deadlines regarding internship

•    student sign up for the course, Internship via NEPTUN at the beginning of spring semester,
•    contacting the company and providing for Declaration of Acceptance (1 copy)

  • (If the company requires also internship corporation or student agreement or confidentiality agreement respectively signed by the company until End of May, but please note, these are not compulsory documents!)     

Please remember that it is the student’s responsibility to meet the deadline given! Having the documents signed by the Dean of the Faculty and sending the copies back to the company by post or via email is the duty of the secretariat.
•    executing the 4-week internship 
•    providing for „Performance Assessment Sheet” at the end of internship and submitting it via email or in room 106 until beginning of September.

•    filling out the google form about the details of the internship sent to the student by the Department in September.


In case of any questions arising from internship, please kindly turn to Ms Judit Bak ( , room 106).

Updated: 2021.04.01.

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