Jobs & Internships

Finding a job or an internship can be challenging. Student Career Services would like to give some tips and help you in your preparation. On our Job Board outside room 010 in Forum you can find the most recent job and internship vacancies.

These opportunities are also posted on our Facebook. Below you can find a selection of websites that also might be useful in your search for an internship or job. A list of recognised sponsors can be find here.

Working while studying

If you want to work alongside your studies while staying in the Netherlands, there are some things to keep in mind. Do you need a work permit when you are self-employed? How about when you do an internship? And how many hours are you allowed to work as an international student? In their flyer Working while studying in the Netherlands the Dutch Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment answers these questions and more. 

Jobs in the Netherlands

There are many job search websites. Some examples:

Student jobs

International jobs


Finding an internship can be a challenge, that depends also on your wishes and the opportunities companies currently offer. Prepare yourself by orientating on what type of work you are looking for and at what type of company. If you need help, visit the Student Career Services Desk in Forum room 010, open from Monday to Thursday from 09:00 to 16:30. We can check your CV and motivation letter. You can schedule an appointment if you need help with your search for an internship. On our Job Board outside room 010 in Forum you can find the most recent job and internship vacancies. These opportunities are also posted on our Facebook page.

Click here for the Course guide MSc Internship at Wageningen University. Information about internship and thesis abroad, with a focus on the Erasmus+ grant can be found here. You can find information on reimbursement of vaccination costs and travel costs in the Student Charter: Vaccination and Travel Funding regulation.

Herewith some links that might help you in your search for an internship:

  • WUR Career Platform: an overview of current opportunities of WUR partner organisations
  • Internships WUR: an up-to-date overview of internships offered by various chair groups and research institutes
  • WUR Science Shop: an overview of thesis and internship assignments at non-profit organisations with a potential societal impact in the fields of nutrition and health, sustainable agriculture, water management, environmental quality, and processes of social change
  • Overview of organisations and potential employers ollaborating with WUR
  • Integrand: graduation internships, summer internships, but also working studentships
  • AIESEC: voluntary projects, professional internships (abroad) or board positions.
  • SDGs: Sustainable Development Goals on stage
  • Foundation Managing Public Space: connecting MSc students with organisations/companies for an intership. You can mail your wishes to and they will intermediate (for free).