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What is a graduate internship?

A graduate internship is a short term (usually 2 to 6 months) work experience at a given company. Depending on the performance and the company's policy, it is possible for the internship to lead to a permanent position.

A graduate internship is a great way to end your study while gaining valuable work experience. During this trajectory, you'll do your research and work on your thesis in a company setting, which allows you to get a good image of what it's like to work there.

Gaining your first experience and writing your thesis gives you the best of both worlds. Check Magnet.me for graduate internship opportunities and pick your next challenge.

Types of graduate internships

There are multiple types of graduate internships, in various different sectors for graduates to choose from. In the Netherlands, organisations have adjusted their programmes to the needs of their intern and of their organisation. Popular types of graduate internships are marketing graduate internships, HR graduate internships, finance graduate internships and supply chain graduate internships. We have them all on Magnet.me so check them out.

Most popular companies that offer a graduate internship:

  1. KLM graduate internships and other opportunities
  2. Rabobank graduate internships and other opportunities
  3. KPMG graduate internships and other opportunities
  4. PWC graduate internships and other opportunities
  5. Deloitte graduate internships and other opportunities

Most popular areas to do a graduate internship in:

  1. Graduate internships Rotterdam
  2. Graduate internships Amsterdam
  3. Graduate internships Groningen
  4. Graduate internships Eindhoven
  5. Graduate internships Utrecht

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