Internships and Employment
At ISSA School of Applied Management we accompany our students in the development of their professional degree program . We help them to enter the world of work and achieve their goals through personalised advice, partnerships with companies, employment fairs, training activities and internship offers and work.
During the Degree in management - Bachelor in Applied Management, students can do curricular internships and extracurricular internships. For this, they have at their disposal both the team of the Internship Service and employment of the School and the Internship Service and employment of the University.
In either case, students can apply for internships offered by ISSA School of Applied Management through ADI and those published on Portal at employment by the central Internship Service and employment. In addition, students who so wish may also look for companies on their own; in this case, the Internship Service team and employment must certify the suitability and appropriateness of the internship.
During the second semester of the fourth year, the last year of the degree program, students can choose between a curricular internship or an academicexchange .
C ISSA will offer curricular internships in companies to students who, as of September 1 of the academic year in which the internship takes place, have completed 180 credits corresponding to the first, second and third years of Degree.
On the other hand, students with suspended credits up to a maximum of 9 (i.e., between 171 and 180 approved credits) may only carry out curricular internships under the following conditions:
The student himself/herself will have to obtain the business in which to carry out the internship.
The student will be exempted from attending the classes of the failed subjects at attendance , but must take the exam of the same on the date and time assigned in the ordinary call of May and/or in the re-sit examination period of June, without the possibility of modification.
Students with more than 9 suspended credits will not be able to carry out curricular internships at academic year.
fill in Along with the curricular internships, which can be carried out in national or international companies, a parallel report of External Internships should be carried out, which will be reported when the time comes.
The conditions and tasks to be performed during the internship period are set out in a regulatory agreement signed by business, student and University of Navarra before the start of the internship. The Internship Service and employment of ISSA School of Applied Management are in charge of managing the documentation and generating internship offers.
Students must decide in the third year if they are going to carry out curricular internships. In the first semester of the fourth year, the opportunities are worked on personally and different sessions of training are held to face the selection processes with guarantees.
By carrying out the curricular practices and identifying and proposing, as the subject of the TFG, a process of improvement in the business in which they are carried out, the students will obtain a Diploma in Practices of management of Processes.
Throughout the entire degree program, and preferably during the summer so as not to interfere with the students' academic training , students can carry out extracurricular internships for one, two or three months.
The conditions and tasks to be performed during the extracurricular internship period are set out in a regulatory agreement signed by business, student and University of Navarra prior to the start of the internship. The Internship Service and employment of ISSA School of Applied Management publishes different opportunities to which students can apply and is in charge of managing all the documentation.
The offers submitted by students will also be managed, always after reviewing the tasks that the student will perform during the internship to ensure that they are in line with the training proposal of Degree in management Applied - Applied Management. To academically validate the internship experience, students should fill in a brief report Internship.
(Programme of Initiation to the business)
At the end of the degree program, the University of Navarra offers its students the possibility of taking a scholarship PIE (Programa de Iniciación a la business). This course at postgraduate program is designed to help students take the first step in their professional career.
The goal is to facilitate the incorporation of young graduates of the University of Navarra into the world of the business and professional practice through training in professional skills and abilities at framework in internships lasting a maximum of 12 months.