Internships / Jobs / Employment
You are a student
- You want to go on an internship: Administrative arrangements
- You can also find the information and internship agreements on your ENT>Administration tab>Internship section
As an intern, you have rights and duties. There are services and facilities within the university to help you find and organise your internship. A guide published by the Ministry is also available. downloadable.
The work placement is carried out with a view to obtaining a diploma or certification, and must be integrated into your training programme. It is subject to a compulsory agreement between the host organisation, the training establishment and yourself.
Attention: the internship agreements are managed by your pedagogic secretariatThey can also provide you with a list of previous years' courses.
- You want to work during your studies
Numerous surveys show that it becomes difficult for a student to succeed in his or her studies if he or she has a job that lasts more than 15 hours a week. Therefore, give preference to jobs with short working hours that are compatible with your schedule.
You are a foreign student
Legal working hours
What is the remuneration?
The Service d'Accompagnement à la Formation, l'Insertion, la Réussite et l'Entrepreneuriat (SAFIRE) offers tools to help you find internships/jobs/jobs:
- Find your student job, summer job or seasonal job with a private employer, a professional or even the CROUS: Jobaviz, the tool dedicated to student jobs