Each student must put together a professional project, with assistance from ISIT. This is one of the cornerstones of the Conference Interpretation programme, and it helps students successfully enter the job market.
During their first year, students must complete an internship in a private firm or NGO.
A practical work experience in one of the main areas of activity (not including interpretation) broadens students’ knowledge of economics and expands their terminological resources.
Finding an internship is a personal effort that is a key part of a student’s training. ISIT provides internship offers submitted by partner companies, and assists students in their search.
Students in the second year of the Conference Interpretation programme carry out internships:
Long-term language study stays (one or two semesters) can be organised at a student’s request (with support from or based on recommendations by their instructors) in one of ISIT’s partner institutions in CIUTI.