Internship in Denmark
As an intern at Systematic, the most important thing for us is that you learn a lot and enjoy your time with us! It is our ultimate goal that you find the job to be a rich opportunity for both professional and personal development.
When you join us as an intern, you will be treated equally to our other colleagues, and you will become an integrated part of a team from day one and engage in performing the team’s tasks. You will be able to organise your working day to a considerable extent, and after a thorough introduction to the projects, you will be able to handle tasks independently.
Each year, we welcome more than 50 interns, student workers, and newly graduated talents across our worldwide locations, so in addition to your team, you will be part of an intern network with the other interns at Systematic. Here, you will be able to participate in various social events, get to know your fellow interns, and exchange experiences.
You can also look forward to joining the Systematic Employees Club, which organises almost 100 social/professional events a year, so there is plenty of opportunities for developing a network across the organisation.
"From my very first step into this company, the pace of growth, both personally and professionally, has been exhilarating. Being part of a team that is used to working with interns, students and graduates, gave me a good start at Systematic."
Flemming, Senior Systems Engineer - Intern in 2018
We get a lot of great questions about our internships, student positions and thesis partnerships. To help you find what you are looking for, we have gathered some FAQs below.
Can I write my thesis/final project in cooperation with Systematic?
Yes. Systematic collaborates with students engaged in a wide range of educational courses. However, the opportunities are limited to students writing a master thesis or final project with a scope corresponding to 15 or more ECTS points.
When writing your thesis in collaboration with Systematic, you will need to sign a non-disclosure agreement.
What kind of tasks will I be carrying out as an intern?
We strive to ensure that our interns participate in the day-to-day work at Systematic on equal terms with other staff members. Consequently, you will be carrying out the same tasks as all other colleagues with similar jobs – but of course, we match our expectations regarding your capabilities and performance to your level of training and experience.
What are the working hours?
At Systematic, the working hours follow the so-called flexible time rules. This means that normally, our colleagues are at work from 9:00 to 15:00, Friday from 9:00 to 14:00. You manage the rest of your time yourself.
You will be a part of a team, so it makes sense to work when your colleagues are working as well.
How do I apply for an internship or a student job?
Find the position you want to apply for and click on apply now to send your application. Check out our internship and student positions here: Internships/student jobs
What should my application contain?
Upload your CV, your grade transcript, and your application.
In your application, you can consider the following:
- Why would you like to work at Systematic?
- In what areas would you like more experience?
- What period of time should your internship cover?
- What is your field of study, and how far are you in your studies?