To set up an internship, the host company must draw up an agreement with the University.
First check whether an agreement is already in place (see list of companies with agreements). If the host company already has an agreement, the next step involves drawing up the training project together with your company tutor and your university tutor. If there is no agreement in place, you need to ask the host company to sign a new agreement then draw up the training project together with your company tutor and your university tutor.
Some of the programmes promoted by the Career Service and Internship Abroad Unit have specific forms for the setting up of internships. If you are enrolled in one of these programmes, check the forms on the relative webpages or follow the instructions given to you by the Internship Abroad staff.
If you undergo an internship outside the European union and comply with the administrative procedures described here below, you may receive a partial contribution to cover the cost of the visa (according to the funds available). For further details, please read the box "End of your Internship".
If you are enrolled in the Foreign Trade, Economics and management or Comparative International Relations degree programmes, check their regulations to make sure that you meet the requirements necessary for the internship to begin and to be awarded the relative credits.
In order to request an agreement between Ca’ Foscari and a company, you must ask the company to draw up the document by submitting an online request for a new agreement (Form for new agreement), according to the procedure below:
After receiving the agreement and checking that everything has been done properly, we will put it online so that you can begin organizing the training project. We will take care of sending the company copy to the address given in the agreement.
After consulting your company tutor and receiving the ok from your university tutor, you will have to prepare training project using the online application (Practical trainings and agreements request) and following the procedure below.
You will obtain the following:
You must sign all three copies of the training project and get them signed by both your university tutor and your company tutor.
One of these copies is yours, one must be given to the company tutor and the third copy must be submitted to us when your placement ends along with the rest of the documentation.
On the first day of your internship you need to send a scan of the training project by email to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can check that it has all the necessary signatures and that you are in the company.
From the first day you should record both hours and days worked in the register. Your company tutor is responsible for countersigning the single days worked. The register must be kept carefully both for insurance purposes and for credit recognition.
Halfway through your internship, you must send the completed intermediate assessment by email to email@example.com.
You must inform the Career Service and Internship Abroad Unit well in advance of any changes to the Training Project – Training Agreement concerning interruptions, extensions, or transfers by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Use the “Interruptions, extensions or transfers” form intended for compulsory communications required under current Italian laws.
|Interruptions, Extensions or Transfers Form||6.60 M|
After completing your internship, you must return the original documentation to the Career Service and Internship Abroad Unit, especially the following:
You must deliver or send all the original documentation by surface mail to university at the following address: Università Ca' Foscari Venezia, Settore Career Service e Stage Estero, Dorsoduro 3246, 30123 Venice, Italy.
NB: End of internship documentation may not be sent by email.
Last update: 05/12/2018