Have you ever thought about using the expertise of our students? Your company can enjoy a real boost while making a contribution to the training of the School's undergraduate and graduate students.
In the final year of their Master's degree course, all students are required to complete an in-company internship and a final year dissertation (FYD).
Win-win; when you host a student intern in your company you enable him/her to become acquainted with the life and management of a company and to confront the theoretical knowledge acquired with its practical implementation.
The internship is also a really great opportunity for you, enabling you to make the most of a HEC Liège student's expertise, thanks to the work accomplished in the light of the specific assignment the student receives.
We created a new career center where you can upload your job/internship offers. You may manage each offer yourself, see how many students have seen your jobs ads, how many have applied and so many other statistics. It’s an excellent way to find the ideal candidate.
Our next trainees will be in action from the end of January. The internship must last 10 weeks. Only internship offers corresponding to this schedule will be accepted.
Are you a partner company?
As our partner, you can also access the CVs data base, the space where job advertisements and internships are offered and the special tab dedicated to our events.
Do not keep on waiting and let’s find out our new platform! Please contact directly our team to register!
Moreover, we ensure the good diffusion of your job advertisements on the social networks of the School!
Not yet a partner company?
We invite you to quickly discover this new tool by clicking here:
Other functions, namely the access to the CVs data base or the possibility to communicate about your personal events, represent a relevant advantage that are available under certain conditions. For further information, please contact Aurore TILKIN: email@example.com
Practice-based master thesis
As part of the practice-based master thesis, students are required to analyze a major management question relevant to the specialization the students have chosen, and make recommendations on behalf of a company.
The student is present in the company throughout the academic year,
- one day a week during the first four-month term
- full time during the second four-month term (January to May).
The School and the company are able to benefit from this active partnership:
- the company is able to benefit from a free analysis of a real management problem it would not otherwise have the resources to solve
- the student acquires training as a result of analyzing the problem raised, while gaining a first taste of professional life.