Internship LAR + LUP

The internship:
is an optional part of the bachelor in landscape architecture (BLP-LAR).
is a required part of the master in spatial planning (MLP-LUP) and urban-environmental management (MUE).

The academic internship is a period of work, study and reflection in a real-world working environment. The aim of the academic internship is to let you experience the potential professional environment in which you could work after graduating from your degree programme. The internship provides an opportunity to work outside Wageningen University at a host organisation (e.g. a consultancy firm, a public institution, a research organisation, another university, or a non-governmental organisation) for a period between four months (minimum) and six and a half months (maximum). The academic internship has three requirements: (1) the internship must have a spatial component, and (2) the internship must be relevant for the field of study, and (3) the tasks you complete have to be of a sufficiently high (academic) standard to reflect the desired level of recent Wageningen graduates. For more information about the internship, download the course guide(s) via the link on the right side of this page.

For MLP-LUP and MUE planning students, contact MSc internship coordinator Wim Bosschaart

For BLP-LAR landscape architecture student, contact BSc internship coordinator Seth Wilberding

As from the Academic year 2022-2023 the MSc-LAR Internship will be replaced by the courses MSc Design Practice and Thesis Landscape Architecture! More info here.