Course code INN331

INN331 Enternship

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Course responsible: Nils Sanne
Teachers: Elin Kubberød, Anders Lunnan, Siw Marita Fosstenløkken
ECTS credits: 10
Faculty: School of Economics and Business
Teaching language: NO
(NO=norsk, EN=Engelsk)
Teaching exam periods:
This course has teaching/evaluation in Autumn parallel.
Course frequency: Annually
First time: Study year 2014-2015
Preferential right:
Master in Entreprenørship and Innovation
Course contents:
Students  will be working on issues of innovation, commercialization and business development in a specific company or public sector.The work can be structured functional ( the student with a specific function and task in the business) or can be completely detached as a project, where students work with a real mission according to client's needs. Part of the internship involves the student become familiar working environment and take part in the normal day to day operations , but will be responsible for its own field or project. The student is supervised by a mentor in the company and has a main supervisor at School of Economics and Business.  Days in the Company  around  3  days per week . The content of the internship is to be decided in consultation with the Company and defined in a project that shall be approved by the principal supervisor at School of Economics and Business. Students are jointly responsible to help finding relevant principal for the internship as well as to be involved in defining the project description.
Learning outcome:
Knowledge :The student will be able to relate their practical experience he or she gets through internship theory of innovation and entrepreneurship and thus could create new insights and understanding that challenges conventional wisdom.  Skills:The student will be trained to act as change agents who can help new and creative ideas, restructuring and growth in the business they practice in.Candidates should be able to apply the theoretical knowledge they acquire through the study of issues and challenges in practice operations and make informed choices in the link between theory and empirical knowledge.  General competencies:Students will be trained to appear as professional practitioners and change agents in innovation and entrepreneurshipStudents Should be able to work independently , participate in activities such as team member and contribute as equal partner with problem solving in business.Students will be able to complete a project and develop a statement and academic basis reporting and decision-making basis for business practices under the guidance
Learning activities:
Mentor, reflection logs with feedback, supervision with supervisor at School of Economics and Business.
Teaching support:
Our partners: NMBU TTO, StartupLab, Forskningsparken, Oslo MedTech, Oslo Cancer Cluster Incubator, Follo Commerce, local and regional businesses and entrepreneurs.
Included in the agreement.
For students in the master programme Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Recommended prerequisites:
Mandatory activity:
Approved project. The project is concluded normally with a project report.
The learning will be documented through weekly reflection logs.The client's contact and mentor provides weekly feedback on the history of how the student has completed custom duties of the project description. The student meets the three tutor sessions with the supervisor at the School of Economics and Business of the log serves as the basis for dialogue and guidance.
Nominal workload:
300 hours
Entrance requirements:
Master students in Entrepreneurship and innovation.
Type of course:
300 hours
External sensor approves the project description and report.
Examination details: Continuous exam: Bestått / Ikke bestått