Take a startup internship with ECTS
When can I do an internship in a startup with ECTS?
Who can do an internship in a startup?
How to Apply
Register here with CSE and the Proof Programme. In order to take a CSE internship you as a ‘founder’ must be registered in our proof program. You will be provided confirmation and invited to a kick-off to the CSE community.
CBS ACADEMIC PROCESS
Find your CSE internship elective course code in the course catalog. (Usually, this can be done by searching ‘cse startup’)
Check your eligibility by making sure your CSE internship elective is on the ‘positive list’ of your study lines electives. This is found via myCBS.dk
Register for your CSE internship elective course during the CBS registration deadline. This is found via myCBS.dk
Notify CBS and CSE of your supervisor
NB! This is not a structured teaching-based course. This opportunity for an internship requires you to be ready to work independently and be able to structure your own time. You will grow your entrepreneurial skills as well as your project management competencies.
ONCE THE INTERNSHIP COMMENCES
CBS will be your academic anchor. CSE will support you on the business side.
- CSE will notify you of key dates for onboarding, meetings and workplace deliverables
- Engage with your supervisor at CBS and commence supervision meetings and report writing
IMPORTANT DATES DURING THE INTERNSHIP WITH ECTS FALL 2022
Info sessions will be held at CSE Open House every second Weds kl. 14-15 on the following dates:
Note that 21 April is a Thursday.
Enrollment dates will differ based on students’ study boards.
Official KICK OFF: Monday 5th September from 2-4 pm. Meet your fellow peers in other startups. Walk through of the offerings at CSE you can tap into during the internship. Get tips and tricks for the academic deliverable and academic internship report. The internship graduation takes place on Wednesday 7 December.
what does an internship in a startup entail?
As CSE is your internship workplace, there are several tasks you must undertake with CBS for the academic components of your internship.
kick-off & graduation events
Official KICK OFF: Monday 6th September from 2-4 pm Meet your fellow peers in other startups. Walk through of the offerings at CSE you can tap into during the internship. Get tips and tricks for the academic deliverable and academic internship report. The internship concludes on Wednesday 8 December.
Participate in Business Development Sessions
By far the most popular and highest value about doing an internship in a startup at CSE. The sessions are focused on peer-to-peer learning and experiences with other interns & startups at CSE. Sharing of stories – mostly of current challenges you are facing or that you or your peers need help to solve. All sessions are facilitated by CSE staff and provide a means to reflect & learn, developing your skills & network, and support your personal and startup growth.
Find & Meet with your CBS Academic Supervisor
As per all CBS internships, students must find an academic supervisor from CBS and organize meetings with the supervisor during the internship period. To search for a relevant supervisor try EXPERTS@CBS or reach out to a favorite and relevant professor at CBS.
Use mycbs.dk regarding your internship rules and regulations as details concerning exam format, CBS academic supervisor hours, and requirements concerning the academic exam report will differ across study programs. It is the students’ responsibility to know the specific requirements for their own study, including hand-in deadlines, re-exam deadlines, and processes in case of illness.
Typically, the academic deliverable will be in the form of an exam report/paper integrating both theoretical components and practical applications linked to the internship.
The student must maintain an ongoing reflection paper (agenda summary or logbook) that contains weekly considerations of goals, challenges, action plans and progress. It can be used in the exam report as data to be included in the appendix.
Students participating in the internship have the opportunity to be part of the overall CSE community and general CSE offerings which includes:
Possibility for external mentoring
Pending on your need for specialized knowledge, CSE staff will reach out to our CSE mentors.
Office space at CSE
The student can use the CSE facilities together with all other CSE startups e.g. office space, meeting rooms, lawyer and IP rights advice, online community, accounting counseling, kitchen, printing area.
Workshop & events
CSE hosts various workshops & events that are designed to boost & support your innovation and entrepreneurial skills while meeting others from CBS and more broadly students from other Danish universities that you can take advantage of.