AMIS: Academic Internship

Course content

The module will give the student:
Knowledge of the organizational structure, rationales, and economy of a concrete corporate entity or public organization.
Understanding of the relevance of advanced migration studies in the context of an organisation.
Skills in the ability to become part of the daily work flow in a corporation or public organization, and from this position to identify relevant problems for migration studies.
Advanced skills in the translation of insights gained through migrations studies to effective strategies and recommendations, and the ability to convey these in meaningful ways to the people employed in the corporation/organization.
Competences in transferring knowledge of qualitative and quantitative migration-related theories and scientific methods to a practical work environment.


Exam code: HMGK03241E


Advanced Migration Studies

Learning outcome

The examinee is able to: 

Demonstrate knowledge of and analytic insight into the structure, purpose and operation of the selected corporation, company or institution at which the internship is conducted. 

Critically reflect on the use and relevance of migration theories in relation to the selected corporation, company or institution at which the internship is conducted. 

Communicate information and interpretations in a succinct and effective manner targeted at specific audiences.

Class instruction and internship. After an introductory course on organisation
theory, management and innovation, the students conduct an independently
organised internship.

The contract between the student and the place of work must be approved by
the head of studies at the latest 14 days after the start of the internship.

Feedback by final exam (In addition to the grade)
Type of assessment
Written assignment
Type of assessment details
Written take-home assignment, optional subject, based on the internship

For students under the 2019-curriculum the assignment must consist of 16-20 standard pages. 7-point grading scale.
All aids allowed
Censorship form
No external censorship
Criteria for exam assessment
  • Category
  • Hours
  • Project work
  • 700
  • Exam
  • 140
  • English
  • 840


Course number
Programme level
Full Degree Master
Part Time Master
2 seminars and individual guidance
Study Board of Archaeology, Ethnology, Greek & Latin, History
Contracting department
  • SAXO-Institute - Archaeology, Ethnology, Greek & Latin, History
Contracting faculty
  • Faculty of Humanities
Course Coordinator
  • Tore Elias Harsløf Holst   (5-6d74717879456d7a7233707a336970)
Saved on the 30-03-2022

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