Internships are part of the curriculum in both the master’s program in Psychology: Work, Economy, Society and the master's program in Psychology: Cognitive and Clinical Psychology at the School of Social Sciences. The Internship Office will help you find a suitable internship position and assist you in applying and preparing for it.
When and how long?
8 weeks/300 working hours
|Completion of the internship in a field of psychology|| |
Ideally during the semester break
|10 ECTS credits|
Work experience gained before the start of the program can be recognized provided the relevant criteria are met
Work experience gained during the program (e.g. as a student assistant at a chair or research institution) can be recognized provided the relevant criteria are met
|Submit the Request for Recognition of Student Assistant Positions form [German]||Submit the request form to the program manager|
The supervisor must have a degree in psychology (Dipl./
|Submit the Request for Approval [German] form if the supervisor does not have a degree in psychology or the internship is completed abroad|
Request for Recognition of an Internship together with the internship documents
Forwarding to the Student Services
(through Intership Office)
|November 16th to January 31st||End of January||Fall Semester|
|February 1st to March 1st||Beginning of March||Spring Semester|
|March 2nd to April 15th||Mid-April||Spring Semester|
|April 16th to June 15th||Mid-June||Spring Semester|
|June 16th to July 31st||End of July||Spring Semester|
|August 1st to September 1st||Beginning of September||Fall Semester|
|September 2nd to November 15th||Mid-November||Fall Semester|
Students are welcome to contact the Internship Office if they have any questions on the mandatory internship, internships abroad, or their application documents. We also invite employers to send us any open internship positions at their company or institution.
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