What is the Internship Program?
The internship program is a structured way for you to gain work experience in computer-related positions (between 12-16 months) while you are still a student. It's a terrific way to acquire job-hunting and interviewing skills, practical work experience, and technical writing skills. It will also help you fatten your resume, make contacts, and earn money. When you finish, you will receive a B.Sc., Computer Science (Internship) on your parchment, which employers seem to like. Of course, this doesn't come without risk and extra work. You will be competing for jobs with your fellow students, and there is no guarantee that you will be placed. You will have to pay a program fee, and you will have to write reports at the end of each work term.
For more about internship, please see the Computer Science Internship Information.