Students' Assessments about InfoStart Internship Program, in Economic Informatics and Cybernetics
Adriana Reveiu () and
Informatica Economica, 2018, vol. 22, issue 1, 59-67
This paper provides an overview about the expectations and assessment of students attending the internship program in Economic Informatics and Cybernetics, developed within InfoStart program, organized at the Faculty of Economic Informatics, Cybernetics and Statistics, from Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania. 397 students accomplished 3 weeks internship stage, in May 2015, within InfoStart program. In order to identify the expectations of the students from the target group, a sociological survey has been conducted at the beginning of InfoStart program. At the end of the internship program, developed within the project, the attending students fulfilled self-evaluation reports. So 397 completed self-evaluation reports have been achieved and used to set up the analysis. The students' responses reveal a very successful internship program in Economic Informatics and Cybernetics, in term of program quality, program utility, students' self-assessment behavior, and companies' employee behavior. The results reveal that three internship factors, namely: a pleasant working environment, good working infrastructure and proficient trainer, get students overall satisfaction of the internship stage.
Keywords: Internship; Students' Assessment; Students' Expectation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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