It is well recognized that experiential learning forms an important component of university education. Internship offers a realistic work preview and a supervised learning experience. Participation in the internship will enable students to learn by doing and engaging in the real life workplace environment and further cultivate their knowledge acquired and skills developed from the classroom, helping them better prepared for career development.
The Internship is in tandem with the learning outcomes of the Bachelor of Engineering in Energy Science and Engineering and Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Science and Engineering programme in fostering students with a clear understanding and appreciation of energy and energy-related environmental issues encountered by the government, business, industry and the community at large. The Internship is conducted during either the summer break between the first and second year, or between the second and third year of the undergraduate study, as arranged with the Internship Partners. It is expected that students will spend about 8 weeks on the Internship.
For details, please refer to the Internship Handbook.
Internships provide students with the opportunity to: