IN 395 - Internship Seminar

This course gives students the essential cultural background to face the new labor reality as well as the necessary tools to manage
their intercultural competence throughout their experience. It not only focuses on the technical knowledge about every internship
institution, but also on the common cultural aspects students may find and share in their new professional context. The main goal is
giving a (self) reflection that will let them face different stereotypes and come up with new and viable ideas according to their labor
reality. The course is structured around what we understand by culture (values, beliefs, ways of communicating…) and around what
students learn about themselves as cultural beings.

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Internship Seminar

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Participation in the internship program

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