Courses with industrial internship
|Study programs Bachelor and Master||Preliminary internship (VP)||industrial internship during studies - specialized internship (FP)|
|Natural and material sciences|
|Energy and Materials Physics (Ba)||8 weeks|
Materials Science and Engineering (Ba) - Major in Materials Science - Major in Materials Engineering
8 weeks 10 weeks
|Sports Engineering (Ba)||8 weeks||12 weeks|
|Materials Science and Engineering (Ma) - Major in Materials Engineering|
|Energy and raw materials|
|Energy and Raw Materials (Ba)||4 weeks||4 weeks|
|Energy technologies (Ba)||8 weeks||10 weeks|
|Geoenvironmental Engineering (Ba)||4 weeks||6 weeks|
|Sustainable resource extraction and recycling (Ba)||4 weeks||12 weeks|
|Mining Engineering (Ma)||8 weeks||-|
|Business Administration (Ba)||8 weeks|
|Industrial Engineering (Ba)||8 weeks|
|Industrial Engineering and Management (Ma)||8 weeks|
|Mechanical engineering/process engineering|
|Electrical Engineering (Ba)||8 weeks||10 weeks|
|Mechanical engineering (Ba)||8 weeks||12 weeks|
|Process Engineering /Chemical Engineering (Ba)||8 weeks||12 weeks|
The General Internship Guideline (APr) of Clausthal University of Technology contains the common regulations applicable to the recognition of industrial internships in the Bachelor's and Master's degree programs.
Supplementary regulations are recorded in the study program-specific internship regulations/implementation regulations.
For certain courses of study, a preliminary internship is required for enrollment. Proof (internship certificate and internship report) of the completed internship must be submitted to the Internship Office for recognition. In order to avoid hardship cases, it is possible to defer the pre-study internship (time deferral). In such cases, an application for deferral must be submitted at the time of enrollment.