The key component of the professional specialization is the work placement. It is also a follow-up of the Eurocompetence modules 1 and 2 and links theoretical knowledge, skills and understanding with practical experience. The placement must last at least 4 months and is awarded with 25 ECTS upon successful completion.
Students have to secure a placement themselves, with certain guidance of their coordinators as well as Eurocompetence I tutors. The work placement can be done in an organization of student's choice - but the work they are doing has to be relevant for their Euroculture studies. Below you can download a file with some examples of organizations where Euroculture students interned in the past.
Each Euroculture university has a placement supervisor that assists with the process of conducting the placement. Upon completing the placement, the student is required to prepare a report, which is assessed by the organisation offering the placement and the university.