Internship in Greece: The Case of University of Peloponnese

George Kipreos, Panagiotis E. Dimitropoulos, Vassilios Poulopoulos

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The activity of internship is indispensable to a large number of university departments in order for the students to achieve educational goals and be able to receive their degree. We present the case of University of Peloponnese and the level of satisfaction of the students who have attended internship to public and private bodies. Moreover, we present statistical information concerning the number of students and different providers that took part in the procedure of internship during the last 12 months. Finally, according to answers from students concerning the usability of internship to their career and future, despite the fact that many of them do not agree that they managed to receive a remarkable level of expertise in a specific field, a large number of them was engaged to the private companies that they were occupied to, leading to the conclusion that both the students and the companies invested in their relation.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v7i2.10917

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