They are a set of activities that students develop during a determined period of time, whose objective is to integrate and apply the theoretical, conceptual and methodological knowledge acquired during their major studies in specific contexts of their profession (Administrative Management, Tourism and Scientific Humanistic Training), taking into account their communicative, contextual, critical-valuative, investigative and cognitive competencies.

On the other hand, and in most cases, these are their first work experience and the beginning of their professional career. Therefore, the planning, achievement, execution and evaluation of the internships are of vital importance for the students and the Faculty.

In order to generate quality training, the School offers students three types of internships within its curriculum: professional internship, inter-semester internship, and extracurricular internship.