Internships

Are you thinking about doing an internship? First, it's important to consider what you expect to gain from the experience and how it will fit in with your studies.

You can arrange it yourself or keep an eye on our Facebook group Energy@MUNI for offers. The department also offers internship opportunities.

You can also have work done during your studies recognized as an internship if it generally relates to the energy industry.

The process for awarding credits depends on the location of the internship. For both domestic and foreign internships, however, the calculation is as follows: 1 credit = 25 hours of work.

Internship in the Czech Republic

  • Arrange an internship.

    In an energy firm or start-up, consultation company, state administration, media or other institution somehow dealing with energy.

  • Enroll in the course ESSn590 - Internship.

    Outside of the course registration and enrolment period, request the Office for Studies to have the course registered.

  • Upon completion, have the credits awarded.

    Credits are awarded through the course ESSn590 - Internship. The course description provides important information about required documentation.

Internship abroad

  • Read through the basic information.

    What and where? Here is some general information about arranging an internship financed from university-wide and faculty scholarship programs.

  • Get advice.

    It is essential to coordinate any internship abroad with scholarship program deadlines. Once you have even a basic idea about your internship, contact Veronika Zapletalová, our advisor for internships and study abroad.

  • Arrange an internship.

    In an energy firm or start-up, consultation company, international organization, European institution or elsewhere.

  • Choose a suitable scholarship program.

    There is a wide range of university-wide and faculty scholarship programs to choose from.

  • Fill out all necessary paperwork & get travelling!

    The Centre for International Cooperation is ready to help... as are we.

  • Once you return, don't forget to have your credits recognized.

    For trips supported by university-wide scholarship programs, please follow the procedure described here and for the semester of the internship enroll in the course FSS490 Placement Abroad.

    For trips supported by faculty scholarship programs, please follow the procedure described here and for the semester of the internship enroll in either FSS410 Study Visit or ESSn5900 Internship. You can consult Veronika Zapletalová regarding which course to choose.