RIS Internship - Master thesis opportunities for students in 2024!
From January 2024, students will have an opportunity to boost their RIS internship experience by combining it directly with working on their master thesis topics. Below, you will see the list of available topics.
If you want to apply for the certain topic you should follow these steps:
- Apply to the RIS internship programme (possible from 8th of January 2024)
- Choose the organisation which is offering the topic (name is under the topic link)
- Contact the organisation and discuss all the necessary details (contact e-mail is under the topic link)
- Create a common internship in the online matchmaking platform.
*Before applying for the specific master thesis, please check with your current universities all the conditions to work on your master thesis in another organisation.
List of available master thesis:
RIS Internship life cycle
The lifecycle of the RIS Internship Programme starts with the launching of the Calls for applications. Calls for applications are envisaged as follows (the Programme managers maintain the right to change the schedule):
All calls will be published on the Programme website, which we like to call a Business - Intern Matching Platform.
Organisations apply via an online application form available on the website. Applied and approved organisations will enter the open database (Pool) of organisations, providing all relevant information online, for the potential interns to explore. The database is managed and maintained by the RIS Internship Consortium. Students will be able to read the descriptions of all organisations and see the details of internship opportunities, the number of applicants for each organisation, and submit their application for the most suitable one (and one alternative option).
Matchmaking of the students and organisations will be made by the RIS Internship Consortium, by following an agreed procedure. After a match between the student and an organisation is made, two contracts will be signed: one between the Programme management (UNIZG-RGNF) and the student, and the second one between UNIZG-RGNF and the hosting organisation. After the signature of the contracts, both the student and the supervisor will be directed to an online training (webinars) prepared by the Consortium. Immediately after the completion of the trainings, a competency assessment will be caried out.
On the basis of the contracts signed, funds will be awarded to the student.
After the completion of an individual internship, a report will be submitted by an intern to the Programe managers (using an online form). Both the intern and the respective supervisor will answer a survey assessing their cooperation and other elements of the Programme, in order used to monitor and improve the quality of the programme.