How to write the internship report

Internship report manual
When your internship is completed, you should write an internship report and deliver it to the MMD office in two copies. The internship report has to be delivered no later than the deadline listed in the Semester Plan for 4th semester.
The counsellor will read it, and evaluate it. The internship report will be evaluated as either passed or not passed. For youΒ to have passed the internship part of the education, the report will have to be approved by your counsellor.
Content of the report
The report should be app. 8 standard pages (2400 keystrokes per page) and have the following mandatory content:
  1. A presentation of the company or the department, you have been working for. Describe here what the main areas of business of your internship hosts.
  2. Description of the work tasks, you have worked with during the internship. This should be in adequate detail with references to appendixes or links to online content that you have created during your internship.
  3. Your reflections on the internship.
    1. What did you learn?
    2. Was the training you received at MMD adequate for the types of tasks, you were presented with during the internship?
    3. Did you obtain new knowledge? If so, what was it?
In case of non-approvalIf the report is not approved, you will be offered the opportunity to resubmit, which will need to be approved as a second attempt.
If this report is approved before the deadline for submitting the FEP report, everything is fine. If the report is not approved, or if it is delivered after the deadline for submitting the FEP report, you will not be able to submit your FEP report.

By Per Thykjaer Jensen

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