Facts about the course

Study points:
15
Responsible department:
Faculty of Business Administration and Social Sciences
Course Leader:
Kjell Marius Herskedal
Lecture Semester:
Spring, Autumn
Teaching language:
English
Duration:
½ year

IDR910 Internship (Autumn 2018)

About the course

The course gives the students experience with planning, work and evalueation related to a sport organisation internship, which involves (to):

  • Consider and approach relevant internship organisations
  • Follow a 'working contract' form creation to fullfillment
  • Working in a ¿professional¿ environment
  • Insider knowledge of how the sports industry or institutions in sport operate
  • Networking

The course is connected to the following study programs

The student's learning outcomes after completing the course

The successful candidate will demonstrate:

Knowledge:

  • enhanced career knowledge
  • an understanding of working tasks as part of the broader organisational context

Skills:

  • ability to shape a well formulated internship application
  • work related skills
  • ability to critically plan and evaluate the internship learning process

Competence in general:

  • abilities to relate academic theory to practical work

Forms of teaching and learning

Overall, a workload of about 500 hours distributed over a period from January to the end of November (flexible). It is expected that the student will work for 350 hours (approx. 10 weeks) as an intern in the sport industry, whereas the submission of mandatory work requirements to HiMolde counts for the rest. Students should follow the usual working hours for the firm or organization they are deployed in, but this might depend upon the firm or organization and more or less work should be clarified with the firm or organization as well as HiMolde in andvance.

Coursework requirements - conditions for taking the exam

  • Mandatory coursework: Other - please specify in the comments
  • Courseworks given:
  • Courseworks required:
  • Presence: Required
  • Comment: The student must submit different work requirements during the internship, including learning agreement, reports and a final assignment.

Examination

  • Form of assessment: Home assessment
  • Proportion: 100%
  • Duration: -
  • Grouping: Individual
  • Grading scale: Pass/fail
  • Support material: -

Course evaluation

The following elements (1-3) need to be fullfilled by the student:

  1. Learning agreement (before) - as the signed contract between the intern, the internship organisation and the course responsible
  2. Mid-ealuation meeting (within) - organised by the student with all the parties of the agreement attending
  3. Final report (after) - describes the overall learning experience from a students perspective

Additionally, the internship institution will submit a candidate evaluation directly to the course responsible

Candidates that submit the final report within the deadline will receive an overall feedback from the course responsible

Syllabus

All the documents needed are accessable in Canvas.