Internship

Information on the Internship Programme

The Department of Commerce, Finance and Shipping (CFS) Internship Programme aims to give students of the Department an opportunity to understand the problems and trends governing businesses in the fields of Finance and Shipping, integrating them in real time conditions working environment. Through their participation in internships, students can assess whether their work environment is relevant to their studies and get prepared properly for their integration into the workforce after completion of their studies.

Students are placed at workplaces relevant to their curriculum in consultation with the Department of Commerce, Finance and Shipping. For this purpose, the Internship Coordination Committee has prepared a detailed guide describing the process of students’ placement at workplaces, their tasks and responsibilities as well as the Internship supervisor’s responsibilities. All students must be aware of their duties and all the above procedural aspects of the Internship before joining this procedure. Detailed information is provided in the following link:

Internship Outline

Collaboration Bodies

The Internship programme of the Department of Commerce, Finance and Shipping has received a great and growing response from the business world of Cyprus. This increasing response is a result of the continuous efforts and actions taken by the Department to establish and maintain strong relationships and partnerships with both Cypriot and multinational companies based in Cyprus. As a result of these efforts, a significant number of partnerships with businesses and other bodies have been achieved in the framework of the Internship. Information on the Collaboration  Bodies (Companies’ List) is given by following the links below :


Prerequisites for Participation in the Internship

Year 3 Students are eligible to participate in the Internship, provided that they fulfill at least the following two criteria:

  •             They have successfully completed all Year 1 and Year 2 modules
  •             They have obtained an average mark higher than six (6).

Students not meeting the above prerequisites for the internship and wishing to justify their deviation from the criteria can send a letter to the Department (along with the declaration of interest) justifying the reasons of their request for participation.

 

Declaration of Interest for Participation in Internship

All Year 3 students of the Department who are interested in participating in the Internship are required to complete and submit a signed Declaration of Interest at the Department of Commerce, Finance and Shipping. The application deadlines are announced during the Spring Semester of each academic year and are clearly stated in the Declaration of Interest.

 

Internship

Information on the Internship Programme

The Department of Commerce, Finance and Shipping (CFS) Internship Programme aims to give students of the Department an opportunity to understand the problems and trends governing businesses in the fields of Finance and Shipping, integrating them in real time conditions working environment. Through their participation in internships, students can assess whether their work environment is relevant to their studies and get prepared properly for their integration into the workforce after completion of their studies.

Students are placed at workplaces relevant to their curriculum in consultation with the Department of Commerce, Finance and Shipping. For this purpose, the Internship Coordination Committee has prepared a detailed guide describing the process of students’ placement at workplaces, their tasks and responsibilities as well as the Internship supervisor’s responsibilities. All students must be aware of their duties and all the above procedural aspects of the Internship before joining this procedure. Detailed information is provided in the following link:

Internship Outline

Collaboration Bodies

The Internship programme of the Department of Commerce, Finance and Shipping has received a great and growing response from the business world of Cyprus. This increasing response is a result of the continuous efforts and actions taken by the Department to establish and maintain strong relationships and partnerships with both Cypriot and multinational companies based in Cyprus. As a result of these efforts, a significant number of partnerships with businesses and other bodies have been achieved in the framework of the Internship. Information on the Collaboration  Bodies (Companies’ List) is given by following the links below :


Prerequisites for Participation in the Internship

Year 3 Students are eligible to participate in the Internship, provided that they fulfill at least the following two criteria:

  •             They have successfully completed all Year 1 and Year 2 modules
  •             They have obtained an average mark higher than six (6).

Students not meeting the above prerequisites for the internship and wishing to justify their deviation from the criteria can send a letter to the Department (along with the declaration of interest) justifying the reasons of their request for participation.

 

Declaration of Interest for Participation in Internship

All Year 3 students of the Department who are interested in participating in the Internship are required to complete and submit a signed Declaration of Interest at the Department of Commerce, Finance and Shipping. The application deadlines are announced during the Spring Semester of each academic year and are clearly stated in the Declaration of Interest.