Bachelor in Design - Internships

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TAKE YOUR STUDIES ONE STEP FURTHER

The Bachelor in Design follows the traditional model of summer internships. Taking advantage of their break, students have a chance to explore internships on their own time. The School provides a career advisor that will seek to help Design and Architecture students to take full advantage of their professional opportunities.

Having the chance to gain professional experience during your degree not only improves your technical formation, but gives you a global perspective of the profession. This experience throughout the course of your degree gives students the ability to explore the various areas of design and better understand what they wish to do in the future.

Our students have interned for a number of acclaimed design studios, both on their own and through the university’s resources.

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STUDENTS INTERNSHIPS

"I worked as project consultant for reinventing the experience of Pizza Hut Peru. As part of the leadership team, I conducted workshops with key managers of the company to teach about our methodology for working (Design Thinking, Agile and Scrum) so they could participate in the whole experience. The result of this project is a playbook with detailed blueprints in order for the implementation in all the restaurants."
"This summer I interned at Massimo Bonini. My role as a designer was to managed their website, social media and create content such as illustrations, which appeared in Vogue for their 13th anniversary publication. Another one of my tasks was to organize events in different cities like Dallas and Milan. I came back to the University with a wider perspective on how design can be applied into different fields."
"During the summer I interned at The Care Lab, a collaborative platform that applies human-centred design practices to rethink and redesign Care for our societies and systems. It was a nurturing experience that reinforced the primary knowledge taught in courses such as: design methodology, sociology and ethnography at IE."
"I worked in a service and strategy design consultancy where my role was to assist in any way possible; from helping the team with research, presenting results, making prototypes and interacting with clients. Research and design thinking methods we learned in university were the most essential skills I needed for the internship. There were several skills I learned from classes such as entrepreneurship which equipped me to understand internship scenarios better."