Guidelines for Students Practical Training Semester

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Guidelines for Students Practical Training Semester
(PTS)

Bachelor Degree Programmes full-time School of Business

Krems, December 2010 Doc.Nr.: FHM-5-0006 Version 03; Revision 00; E Approval by: Prof. (FH) Mag. Eva Werner/ Rector (FH)
Subject to modification printed version  just for Information

IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems Guidelines for Students - PTS

Academic Board/December 2010

Table of Contents
Preamble 3 1 OBJECTIVEs, FIELDS of Application and Duration of the practical training ............. 4
1.1 1.2 1.3 Objectives ................................................................................................................... 4 Fields of Application .................................................................................................... 4 Duration ...................................................................................................................... 4 Fundamental Decisions ............................................................................................... 5 Support by the IMC University of Applied Sciences ..................................................... 6 Practical Training Co-ordinator (PTS Co-ordinator) .................................................... 7 Requirements for the Practical Training ...................................................................... 8 Practical Training Contract.......................................................................................... 8

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Finding a training placement ........................................................................... 5
2.1 2.2 2.3

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General REgulations ....................................................................................... 8
3.1 3.2

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Process and evaluation of the practical training semester ................................. 10
4.1 Initial Report…...

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