How does it work?
Teaching Internship is a course of 1 (one) credit developed in the form of supervised teaching internship, aimed at preparing students for teaching. The teaching internship is the responsibility of the advisor, and they shall:
– Choose the set of undergraduate courses in which the internship may take place, subject to prior agreement of the concerned faculty.
– Establish, in mutual agreement with the course professor, the activities that the intern should develop, and these activities may concern a third of the course program content at most.
– Evaluate the intern, in collaboration with the course’s professor of the course.
Who can embark on a Teaching Internship?
It is a requirement for students who receive scholarship assistance.