Your most frequent questions - answered.
How does it work?
All the students are interviewed by us to make sure they are ready and commited to the program. They then rate the companies they would like to intern at. We will send you all their resumes accordingly to allow you two weeks to interview and find your fit. We will then make the match.
Which course is relevant to us?
The course most relevant for companies is the internship course.
What is required of us?
The internship is completely free for the students, you don't have, and should'nt pay them either. Instead, you should appoint a mentor who will guide and give them feedback. We would also like to get your feedback on the interns' work so we can keep the high standard of our program.
When do we start?
We have three terms, respective to three semesters:
October through January.
March through June.
August through September.
How many interns can we have? From which faculty?
You can accept as many students, from as many faculties, as you you'd like - as long as you have enough relevant mentors for them.
Are the interns employed by us? (NDA, Insurance, Payment)
The interns you accept are not legaly imployed by you. You should not pay them or sign a contract. The students are insured by Aloma association*. You can sign an NDA if you need to, though it isn't provided by us.
How long is the internship? On what days and hours?
You get 120 hours of internship. You can spend them the way that best fits you and your interns, for between two to three months (depending on the term). You can't go over the 120 hours limit.
Still have questions? Feel free to contact us.
Our team will guide your interns throughout the courses.
We have built a team of lecturers with work experience in your industry.
They will make sure your interns get the tools and knowledge they need, so you and the students can both make the most out of the internship.