IBS encourages its students to take an internship with one of its business partners to have an early start of their career. Students graduating from IBS therefore are not start-up graduates in the field of work, since they already have at least one semester of work experience behind them. It is no wonder that 70% of our graduates find a job within three months of their graduation, and 22% within 6 months, with very good salaries, and in fields which match their qualifications and interests.
Career fair at IBS
Find some really important questions and answers below!
What is placement?
Optional work placement in the sixth semester of your studies is an excellent opportunity for testing your strengths, showing your teeth and more often than not, finding your workplace. In recent years, close to 40 per cent of our students have found a job upon graduation at their placement organisation.
Placement is a one semester internship which our undergraduate students can do in their third, final year, mostly at multinational companies.
Does IBS or the student look for internship places?
Searching for and finding a professional placement position is the task of the student; however, IBS can and does offer effective assistance. Our career office has a network of several prestigious partner companies, and these companies are committed to accepting our students. It is common for our alumni who graduated a few years ago and by now have achieved leading positions to offer positions to present IBS students.
Why is placement so useful?
During the placement our students put into practice in real working situations what they have learned in theory . This is a very advantageous set-up for student and employer alike: as the placement lasts for a semester, the student can integrate into the work environment, and if the student is successful, they can continue their cooperation afterwards without any problems. It is also very common for students graduating from IBS to receive a job at their placement company, meaning that many of the students on our undergraduate programmes graduate with a stable position already waiting for them.
Most importantly, students graduating from IBS are not start-up graduates in the field of work, since they already have at least one semester of work experience behind them. It is no wonder that 70% of our graduates find a job within three months of their graduation, and 22% within 6 months, with very good salaries, and in fields which match their qualifications and interests.
The "Big Day" is a job-fair exclusively for IBS students. It is an excellent opportunity both for the companies and the students to present themselves and exchange information during an informal chat. The exhibitors have the opportunity to give presentations and conduct on-site interviews.