Yes, there is an internship program for students in the last year of study, and this is to help them gain practical experience in their academic major. The training varies from one specialty to another according to its specifications, needs and the nature of experience required. Furthermore, there is a policy to specify the rules and the criteria for the internship. There is a temporary training under the supervision of the university in order for students to achieve the best outcome.
All Business students are required to take an internship credited course which is a requirement for graduation at the Hekma School of Business. It is usually completed during the last semester prior to graduation. Our internship students usually find placement in a wide variety of company settings as related to their major. There is an assigned academic advisor who provides guidanceand training, and oversees student's training at the different internship places to ensure that course requirements are completed. In addition to the academic advisors, the University has an Internship Unit that assists internship courses across all programs in students' internship placement.