Egert Juuse (email@example.com, Technology Governance curriculum coordinator):
The content of internship comprises of an employment in public or private sector, non-governmental or international organisation for at least three months. The responsibilities must cover administrative and managing activities in Technology Governance field. The basis for getting a pass for internship is the study carried out about the institution, and the report about the completed assignments. The reckoning of internship takes place according to internship guidelines (in Estonian/English language).
Students with extraordinary study results and interest to participate in science projects are encouraged to contact the TUT Department of Public Administration for potential internship opportunities. Please contact Rainer Kattel (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information.
It is also possible to acknowledge previous working experience as part internship, i.e. working experience even before studies on Technology Governance program.
It is also possible to apply for funding via the Erasmus internship framework (information in Estonian can be found here). Please contact Mrs. Maret Hein (email@example.com) of TUT to find out more about this opportunity.
Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communication welcomes students to do internship via desktop research on the range of topics (in Estonian).
List of organisations where our students have conducted their internships: