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Internship reports are reports which are written (and often presented) upon comple goal of an internship report is to provide an overview of the assignment(s) complete to reflect on the interns personal observations and experiences of the working envir

The structure of internship reports vary, depending on the tasks which were assigne on a work experience internship would focus primarily on the experiences and lesso environment. However an internship report of a research internship might contain m as a literature study, and might be structured more as a thesis. Generally an internship reports consists of 10-20 pages.

To give examples of how internship reports can be structured, you can view below s Internshi report examples, collected from students who have interned in China, India, Singap ps following internship reports give an insight into the life on an intern within that com Advertise responsibilities as an intern, and some information on living in that country in gener Here? Internship Reports - China Siemens Real Estate, Beijing

Nadine is a management student from Germany and completed her 4.5 month inter Estate in Beijing.

internship duties:
1. 2. 3. 4.

Key Cost Driver Analyses, Development of a financial report for real estate specific key ratios Financial Statement Analysis and Reporting HR related work such as Competency Management

the typical working day:

All Siemens employees in Beijing start to work at 8.30am and have their lunch break a couple of colleagues have lunch together in one of the restaurants near their work can also take them to the Siemens canteen. Basically after one hour everyone return Employees exchange their ideas permanently, problems are discussed openly and th well. At 5.15.pm everybody is free to go home, but if necessary employees stay long

the level of mentoring:

The level of support by my boss was outstanding. He gave me interesting and challe my opinion, we exchanged ideas and discussed not only about business related issu

matters on a regular basis. I learned a lot because, though I worked independently, him as well as from my colleagues when needed. Moreover, I could be creative whic too.

the atmosphere:

At the beginning most Chinese employees are quite shy. However, this changed as s and showed interest in their work and lives. Though Chinese are very family oriente their private life with family members rather than friendly colleagues, I was integrat families. They invited me for dinner and we also went to night-clubs together etc. S friends in China.

the compensation: the city:

400 EUR/month + housing allowance

Beijing is really big with its 13 mio inhabitants and full of opportunities as far as ente education is concerned. It is easy to get from one place to the other via taxi, cause when costs are shared among the interns). Not only in the so called Russian district Russian restaurants and night-clubs, but also in "Sanlitun" (not far away from where you will find one bar next to the other. Moreover, there are a lot of parks such as "S the most beautiful one), "Temple of Heaven", "Behai Park" etc., where you will find, weekends, many Chinese people singing old songs and playing their traditional Chin the place where the interns live, there is the district where all the artists live, so for and various kinds of art...this will be the right place to be. The Great Wall is not too not recommend to go to Badaling because there are too many toursits. Go, for insta who are interested in hiking...various outdoor clubs, e.g. beijingkikers.com, offer int around Beijing, but also in whole China.

the accommodation:

Accommodation was provided by Siemens. It was one of the best apartments I lived with its two bedrooms, 2 bathrooms as well as the fully equipped kitchen and the liv two interns. Cost were fully beared by Siemens.

tip for other interns:

I already worked for Siemens Reals Estate in Munich twice and there I got in touch Siemens Real Estate China.

summary:

Though controlling is not exactly the field I want to work in in future, my tasks were liked to go to work every morning...also because I had a very good relationship to m my boss. I learned a lot not only with respect to business matters but also with rega communication and networking with other employees. Of course, the way of living a really different to what I experienced in Germany, Australia or the Ukraine when I st the environment is really polluted and seemingly modesty, politeness and honesty a missing at first glance in normal life, i.e. in supermarkets etc., I found very good frie regret to have gone to China. On the contrary, I can really recommend to go there i and interested in something different. ZF Drivetech, Hangzhou

Peter is a German student of business administration who completed his 6 month in in Hangzhou.

internship duties:

As the company was a start-up, there were several tasks to carried out. My main foc

part. Main duties: - controlling the investment budget - analysing the material costs - speed up localization of parts - project planning of company set-up

the typical working day:

8 am: begin of working day 11:30 lunch break 16:45 shuttle bus leave As the company is located about 20 min out of the city of Xiaoshan, there is a shutt the production site. There are no taxis around the company, so you are pretty depe

the level of mentoring:

My mentors were the GM and the VGM/Operation Manager. In the beginning, I was was a lot of work to do. I always could go to my bosses to ask them for their advice Xiaoshan, I learned quite a lot. Especially what it means to set up a new factory in a background.

the atmosphere:

The atmosphere in the company is very friendly. When I worked in Xiaoshan, there coming from out of China. Most of the Chinese colleagues are really friendly, caring the atmosphere among the Chinese is like, but I suppose it is also pretty good.

the city:

First of all, one has to know that the company is not located in Hangzhou (even tho The company is in a city called Xiaoshan, which is actually part of the 6-million Hang from downtown HZ). Xiaoshan (appr. 1 Million inhabitants)is a pretty boring city wit activities. Sure you can find massage centers or a supermarket, but going out at nig But there is also a shuttle bus going to Hangzhou from the company, so I would sug Hangzhou is located about 2 hours South-West of Shanghai and pretty beautiful. Th Lake, which is really popular among the Chinese people. In addition to that, you can pagodas, museums and so on.

Going out at night is also a lot better than in Xiaoshan, you can even find German b there is a Carrefour and a Metro in Hangzhou. Other big companies in town: Bosch,

the accommodation:

As I only lived in Xiaoshan for three months (the other 3 months I spent in Shangha because the company hadn't been set up yet), I chose Xiaoshan as the place to go. recommend to live in Hangzhou if you come here. There is the shuttle bus going fro 60 mins depending on where you live in Hangzhou) and it's really worth it. I lived in a western-style building called "California Sunshine". It was ok, the rent wa already a lot for Xiaoshan. But the flat was nice, so I chose that one. I also took a look at an apartment in Hangzhou, but the house owner wanted 3000 was too much. When you go looking for an apartment, it's best to take a fluent-spea you, it makes things a lot easier! In Hangzhou, I met a nice real estate agent, who s You can find his website under hangzhourelocation.com

summary:

All in all, I can only say that it was the best for me to grab the chance and go to Ch experience for one. I wanted to learn something about the Chinese way of thinking Westerner, it's probably not possible to understand the Chinese mentality fully, but tiny little bit of it. Additionally, working for half a year at a multinational company gives you a little bit

working life might be in the future. I gained a lot of working experience, new impre and interesting people. For me, the internship was a great benefit and so far the be during my study life. Internship Reports Dubai DaimlerChrysler Middle East FZE, Commercial Vehicles Department This internship report was contributed by an IT student from Germany. He did a 12

the tasks of the internship:

During the assignment at DaimlerChrysler Middle East I was mainly involved in crea business processes. I developed and implemented a database solution for this depa operative business with regards to sales, purchasing etc.

a typical working day:

The working day at DaimlerChrysler starts at 9 am, however you can also start earli meetings are required, one can avail of the according conference rooms, otherwise usual. During some projects, one also cooperates with other teammates. For lunch t Daimler-owned canteen which offers a nice variety of good food. Depending on the often wind out by visiting the beach or a restaurant in the evening. Sometimes, ther organized by colleagues.

the level of mentoring:

During my work, I was always able to get qualitative advice from my colleagues and a lot of knowledge was shared with me which helped to gain a better understanding and the company itself. It is worth mentioning that my relations to colleagues and s uncomplicated.

the atmosphere in the company:

The atmosphere in my department was very good. I was able to work together with international colleagues which also helped the fun factor to be high besides the wor friendly tone of communication among the colleagues.

the salary:

I was paid a housing allowance plus a salary of 500 EUR per month.

about the city:

Dubai is an ultimative city which offers so much that one has to book excursions on be able to see at least the most important sights. In general, the people of Dubai ar due to their international background. Besides, there are almost only sunny days wh mood high. It was not only Dubai which fascinated me but also the neighbouring em Sharjah, Fujarah, Ras Al Kaima etc.) and neighbouring countries (Oman!) have very

Especially worthy for a sightseeing trip are of course the famous large hotels (Burj A Royal Mirage) and the shipping malls which boast an amazing architecture. In ones multitude of activities available such as visting the cinema, sports, smoking the hook etc. These fruitcocktails in particular are worth trying something like that is hard t thing which is good fun in Dubai is shopping. A lot of things are cheaper than in Eur exemptions. Worthwile are also the beaches of Dubai. The sea is cristal clear and ha temperature. This makes a combination of beach holiday and work possible!

finding accommodation:

My accommodation was provided for by DaimlerChrysler in the World Trade Centres

Emirate Towers. These are large 2 to 3 bedroom apartments which also offer a swim centre. The location of these apartments is centrally in Dubai which makes it comfor points in the evening. In case you do not get accommodation, ask the company whi internship as it would most probably have good contacts to landlords close to the ce live too far off your workplace because one can observe a big problem growing in D situation. More and more often there are long traffic jams in Dubai.

about the application process:

I applied successfully to DaimerCrysler Middle East which brought me to Dubai. I thi directly apply there instead of going over headquarters in Germany.

Summary:

For me the experiences in Dubai were so impressive that even today I think back on in my life. Work was very interesting because one had the opportunity to grow and colleagues. The trips to the different emirates have left great memories in my mind. uncomplicated in the UAE because one can cheaply rent a car and is allowed to free country. Especially the more rural areas give inisghts into the time before Dubai boo has recently. Siemens LLC, Sales Controlling Department Marcus was employed for a period of 4 months as an intern with Siemens LLC.

the tasks of the internship:

In the controlling department I was responsible for various kinds of reports for head Germany. However, I was also able to gain insights into other departments. Work w to get to know my colleagues who were sitting right next to me better and better. It person from Syria, Iran, Pakistan and behind me there was one from Portugal.

first impressions:

I was welcomed very friendly by the company and introduced to all my colleagues. T working space and received a notebook and mobile phone. Initially, I made myself f guidelines into the controlling field. My colleagues are form 16 different countries wh my English skills. However, there are also numerous German colleagues here to whi

a typical working day:

The working time is normally in between 9 am and 6 pm. At Siemens, the working w Thursday; Friday and Saturday are off. Unfortunately, the office is located more tha apartment. Until my rental car arrives, I commute by taxi because the public bus sys recommendable. Taxis are rather cheap in Dubai and I paid for a distance of 10 kilo

the level of mentoring:

If problems in my work occur, all colleagues are very helpful.

the atmosphere in the company:

It is a very friendly and relaxed atmosphere in the office. In the ground floor of the several restaurants in which I would go for lunch with my colleagues. There is an It excellent pizzas, one of our favourites. Prices for food are very fair. During the first d with the taxi, another car crashed into our backside on the highway. Luckily nothing Accidents happen all the time here, in fact. Every year there is a large company festival at Siemens. This year we celebrated at beer was served. The park, however, was situated in the emirate Umm al Quain and evening there was a belly-dance performace inclusive of hookah smoking. On New Years eve, I was invited by my boss. He threw a party in his villa for collea also been many emiratis present which gave a good insight into their private life. By

scarf. It was an excellent atmosphere and at 12 pm we went to the Burj al Arab 7 S firework. It was like in a dream! After that, the party continued at the villa until 5 am

about leisure activities:

In the first weekend I was mainly lying besides the hotel pool and in the evenings I streets. In the meantime I found my favourite eating place which I visit at least 3 tim altogether, one gets freshly pressed lemon juice, fries and a small chicken Shawarm and tastes really well. Shawarma is sort of a kebab with Arabian bread which tastes These small snacks are available everywhere in Dubai. The first two months of my time here I spent with exploring Dubai and getting to kn built up some friendships, it becomes more fun to do some activities in ones leisure you find some friends in the beginning in order to spend a lot of time with them. Eit write to the different chambers of commerce which mostly also have interns. One sh proactively approach other people instead of waiting to get some connections. The e other colleagues from Siemens. In Dubai most of the colleagues are a bit younger a some fresh faces. One thing which is very recommendable is a Safari. It is an excellent feeling to rush Jeeps. There, one will be shaken around quite a bit and it is incredible what kind of climb up. Many times a Jeep was buried in the sand but could mostly be recovered w drivers are Pros. In the evening there was a desert camp prepared. The programme shisha, dinner, belly dancers, sandboarding, quads, camel rides etc. I liked the quad most in floodlights. Altogether that trip costed 140 EUR, but was worth the money.

In the meantime, the worlds largest indoor ski-hall has been completed. For around for a couple of hours. All equipment except for gloves and hats is included in this pr lift and the ride down again take only 10 minutes but the whole thing is thought out halfpipe and a St. Moritz hut! This was a pleasant distraction form the desert and is

finding accommodation:

I had my accommodation in the Winchester Grand Apartment Hotel. It is great and Every day fresh towels, linens, cleaning service, breakfast, sauna, 480 TV channels m especially like the pool on the rooftop of the 9th floor. Particularly in the night there city with all its lights. One can even make out the Burj al Arab Hotel. Almost every d fitness center at my hotel. There is always a personal trainer but unfortunately only getting to know new people a bit difficult.

Summary:

I can highly recommend an internship with Siemens in Dubai! However, the selectio The time in Dubai was one of the best ones in my life! Internship Reports India DaimlerChrysler Research & Technology India (Bangalore) Research and Development

Conclusion:
Very interesting, but not always easy

about the tasks:

Working times were relatively flexible. It is expected to work 40 hours per week, bu controlled. The main working hours were mostly between 9:30 am and 6 pm. While concerned with development services for the DaimlerChrysler AG, the emphasis of m the management. The target of my project was to generate information for the top the DaimlerChrysler AG, regarding the sector offshore outsourcing of engineer servic further process of developing a business strategy. That included tasks such as the p

portfolio, suitable for the board of directors, an analysis of the top 100 automobile s with engagement in India and the preparation of topics for a conference about offsh

about the work atmosphere:

India has a culture that is very concerned with a harmonic working climate. Thus on colleagues are extremely supportive even though that sometimes means that prob addition to that the flexibility of the colleagues was extraordinary. They will take a n need their appointment books for that. That is why it easily can occur that meetings because something else happened. For a German planning marshal that is a big ch check if deadlines really can be adhered to, in order to avoid surprises when it come would like to point out, that, compared to Germany, there is a strong culture of ove means that one should not take everything at face value. The hard facts and conten through causal questions and the checking of a no problem from other angles. Th able to handle a task is an enormous loss of face the other big component in the I has to get used to the Indian pronunciation of the English language, as they someti produce sounds differently in their accent.

about the City:

Bangalore lost a lot of its former image and still is far away from being a Western IT discussed in the newspapers that the differences to cities such as Kolkata are appall cities such as Pune are warning to avoid becoming like Bangalore during the growth everything Western here (from LOreal, and O.B., to Hugo Boss, Levis and Pizza Hut most of which close already at 11.30 pm are very nice. Foreign imports are in mos 100 % luxury tax and the comparability to the quality of Indian products is even que inexpensive and cheap is a different thing here. Moreover, the infrastructure of Bang overburdened: Power cuts are still the order of the day, driving through the country speed of 30 km/h (!) and walking though the city, one has to take care not to stumb the prices in Bangalore increased so much over the last years that nowadays one ha hotel room on a European 3* level at cheapest 40 EUR, but on average rather price Even though the city of gardens does not fulfil a European comparison and the air in a side road) are very exhausting, the climatic conditions are quite convenient for in winter and 35 Celsius in summer, combined with a relatively dry atmospheric hu rest of the country). The city is also a good starting point for travels to the coasts of in Kerala. Mysore is a must-see. While the latter is easily reached by car it is advisab train for distances over 150 km, as the roads of Karnataka are in a worse state than or Kerala.

about the application

The application proceeded for most foreign colleagues in the DCRTI through contac DaimlerChrysler advertises all internship vacancies worldwide on its homepage, yet, in Bangalore can possibly also be successful. Accommodation and food (Indian vege provided for free. ThyssenKrupp Electrical Steel India Pvt. Ltd (Nasik, Maharashtra) Sales and Marketing

Conclusion:

Extremely important and helpful for the personal development! One broadens his in confidence, common knowledge, views and attitudes enormously. We were the first foreign trainees in the factory. Maybe that is the reason why we w got free accommodation, food, SIM Card/ Cell phone contract and our own driver. In received a wage that was not much in Germany but a lot in India. We were allowed the bosses, whereas other trainees of German companies in Nasik as well as all ove workers canteen or on the streets. Compared to other trainees who have to pay for and own excursions, we really led a life in luxury. However there was the disadvanta

far out of town and that, depending on the traffic, we needed 40-50 minutes to go t

about the tasks:

Work timings were Monday till Friday from 9.00 am 18.30 pm and most of the time Other German companies only had one free day per week, Saturday or Sunday. The ask for tasks more often than I received them. It rather was a peek into everything projects. I was working on normal bureau tasks, such as generating overviews in Ex

about the work atmosphere:

We were employed in the Marketing department with about 10 employees (about 4 each). That is why everything was quite familiar and comfortable. The doors to the open, which eased the cooperation between boss and assistant (shouting through th workspace with telephone, laptop and Internet access. Again another advantage, as they had no Internet access and could send emails only internally. The internship w beforehand, with pickup from the airport, an initial presentation of the company and departments as well as the preparation of a schedule. In between, for example on h off to travel a bit in India.

about the city:

Nasik is in the state of Maharashtra and about 180 km (or 4 hours drive) off Mumba inhabitants, but the size of the city is comparable to a 100,000 inhabitant city in Ger no discos, clubs or bars. McDonalds opened in 2005. For shopping or nightlife, one h (in this case to Mumbai). Without the trainees of other companies it would have bee are quite dirty and horrible for European lungs. Apart from that, the city is fantastic: the clothing, the sights, the friendliness of the people, the size and diversity of the c food all is totally different in comparison to the West. Every day one will discover s fascinating and one thing is true and will be affirmed by everyone, who already was impossible!

about the application:

I had sent an email with all documents to the former MD. There was another colleag trainee program in Germany spent three months here. Another trainee came here th sending my email I got a positive answer without any further talk or anything else. I luck than anything else, as the trainees of other companies mostly came through pe

What I love about India: In winter the temperatures are never below 25 Celsius and for months no clouds Manifold and well seasoned food Driving motorcycles without a helmet A package of aspirin for 20 Cent and antibiotics without prescription A three-course menu in a restaurant for 3 EUR A custom-made suit for 60-100 EUR depending on the fabrics A week of dream holiday in Goa with food and accommodation for 50 EUR Infinite helpfulness and hospitality of the Indians The attitude of taking care for the wellbeing of others before the own and then re which Europeans would tick out (a rear-end collision is shortly discussed and then e there are floods, there is no traffic chaos or crisis, but everybody helps everybody a They are always happy, even when they are living in a paper hut with no electricit Unconditional acceptation and problem-free living together of very distinct religion Infinite freedom and unconfined possibilities What I dislike about India: Noise and smelliness in the cities. Internship Reports Singapore

Siemens Pte Ltd Corporate Information Office Internship Period: 6 months

internship duties:

Working on a project about Business Continuity Planning, writing a thesis about the

the typical working day: Breakfast, answering of e-mail, working on the topic, no t

very much depending on the project. Working on powerpoint slides and upgrading t Meeting with the supervisor every second day. One meeting a week with the head o

the level of mentoring:

not a lot of mentorship, you get very good support and backing from the supervisor own performance and motivation. Learning by doing, you can ask around and alway sit besides you and explain step by step.

the atmosphere:

Siemens is an engineering company, never forget, it is a quite structured and projec people are well motivated and willing to work on projects at CIO, the managers are atmosphere is good! the compensation: 1.200 SGD/month the city: good, everything is in reach, perfect travelling opportunities, the clubbing you can go to the beach and continue partying or go jogging at nature reservoir, ev together. Very convenient. the accomodation: in Elizabeth street, Elizabeth towers, in the middle of the city. T 600 SGD/ month. tip for other interns: come over and talk a lot to a lot of people, someone always k summary: it is a very good time I spent here, who ever likes it hot, come to Singa DaimlerChrysler South East Asia Development Sales Organisation Internship Period: 6 months

internship duties:

The focus of the internship was on professional project management and coordinati internship were very interesting in this department as there is a lot of contact to out the headquarter of the region. Interns are very well involved into projects there. Th as lunches or dinners with the department on special occasions, e.g. when an intern

the typical working day: the level of mentoring:

Working hours from 9 am to 6 or 7 pm; in case of important deadlines also longer.

The level of mentoring was good, I reported to the General Manager and had meeti The feedback could have been a bit more.

the atmosphere:

The atmosphere was really good, one has the possibility to get to know a lot of high other interns also which was nice. The team was very pleasant and helpful and of in

the compensation:
1.500 SGD/month

the city:

Amazing city, superb nightlife, so many bars and beautiful restaurants, very friendly excursion possibilities (e.g. to Indonesia or Malaysia).

tip for other interns:

It is best to send the application directly to Singapore instead of going the way over Check out singapore-interns.com for the intern community in the city.

summary:

My best internship so far, would do it again at any time. Cisco Systems Market Analysis & Business case presentation Internship period: 6 months

internship duties:

Built business case for senior management buy-in, for greater focus on Retail Busine Analyzed and identified potential areas in retail (such as POS, in-store media, etc) to appropriately. Built business case for senior management buy-in, for specific Health Asia Pacific and country specific cases for China and Taiwan. Market Analysis and Si Real Estate industries to ascertain market potential for specific Cisco Business Soluti

the typical working day: the level of mentoring: the atmosphere: the city:

read research reports from Gartner, IDC, etc. Search on the net for pain points for C

High level of mentorship with a lot of responsibility and ownership.

Made you feel like an employee. At home.

Great place to party.

the compensation:
2000 SGD/month

summary:

Excellent learning experience Swiss House Singapore Internship Period: 3 months

internship duties:

I was in charge of organizing events organized by the Swiss House Singapore or att Singapore. In the job description it is called project management.

the typical working day:

The day starts at 9 am. The first task would always be to check your mailbox and cl you answer enquiries and questions. Often you would also find emails from your sup remarks on emails you have sent or things you have organized. Furthermore there a events of external parties, which you are welcome to attend frequently and so you w

that you would organize yourself and form your own jobs list for the day. At least on to explain to you boss what the status quo of your jobs is, what has been done, and needed. Your boss would give you feedback and instructions for the following week. would also see what your colleagues are doing and so you get a nice picture of all th a week you would attend the staff meeting at the Swiss Embassy, since the Swiss H law to the Swiss Embassy. That gives you a nice impression what an Embassy is doi The day officially ends at 6pm. But since it is a small and young company, comparab are done frequently. You know, that nobody else would do the job for you, and the with some commitment to the company it is easy to work until seven or sometimes is also a bit the Asian work style.

the level of mentoring:

The mentorship by the supervisor depends a lot of you. If your supervisor sees that well you could work very independently. In case you did something wrong or not in either experience the effect of it yourself or your supervisor would get back to you. you would learn to remember many different events and projects, which are in the p You learn to give priority to the more important or urgent tasks and you learn how t

the atmosphere:

The atmosphere in the company depends a lot of the current interns who work ther staff it can be said, that the assistant is the quiet point in the office, who knows a lo is always willing to help you if there are questions or if you have any emergency. As has a lot of appointments and external events to attend and many people to see. It along with her, once you found out how much of control she wants to have.

the compensation: the city:

750 SGD/month + accommodation

Singapore is very convenient to live. It is a very clean and secure city. Public transpo weather is quite warm, but with all the air condition inside it is no problem. The nigh there are many clubs around, but you would also always meet expats or other intern from all over the world.

the accommodation:

I shared a flat with some other people. My company organized it. On your own it is but once you are in town/ country it is not so much of a problem anymore. There ar are willing to help you.

summary:

The internship is definetely a great experience for people who have not been in Asia bit, but not too much of work experience. You learn how work live can be and you g the Asian world since you get Chinese, Indian, Malay and Western culture at the sam Internship Reports USA Infineon Technologies North America Corp.

Cyrus studies Business Administration in Germany and worked as a trainee from Oct 2007 at Infineon in San Jose, USA.

Tasks during the Internship:

My main task was the creation of a market analysis of a certain Infineon product. At and market share of competitors were of special importance. In addition to this, I al

superior about contemporary changes as well as presenting a speech about the actu month. Furthermore, I had general assistance functions, for instance the creation of PowerPoint presentations and correction tasks. Ultimately, there were many tasks ly multifaceted ones, which, to a certain degree, made the job exciting.

Working day:

The core working hours were eight hours daily; adhering to these was no problem, work to be done. A desired starting time was at 9 am and lunch break usually starte about one hour. It is important to mention that there was no canteen and as result restaurant. Due to the expense factor this arrangement was not an optimal one. Aft stayed in office until 6 pm, which in most cases was enough time to finish my tasks.

Support:

The support of my fellow employees always was sensational, both in personal conta context, I would like to point out that my two superiors have at all times created an and always had a sympathetic ear for questions. Furthermore, they succeeded in giv precise formulated tasks.

Atmosphere:

Resulting from the fact that I had colleagues from all over the world, I had the chan experiences from their way of solving problems. The atmosphere among us was res sometimes even very funny. In a whole, a very productive and constructive atmosph which was always relaxed through collective joking. Another very important advanta treated seriously even as a trainee, which resulted in another motivation boost. By t mention that every month there was a cake-eating in the coffee kitchen. In a whole agreeable and I had the feeling that I could pose a question anytime, which was ve

Allowance:

3280$ per month, deducting 300$ for car rental (only if you like, but I would sugges 800$).

The City:

In the beginning the office where I worked in was in the centre of San Jose, but the Milpitas. This does not really make a difference, but I am mentioning this because o The whole Bay area in California is gorgeous and multifaceted. The city of San Jose not many attractions, except for a few awesome restaurants. But it is in the vicinity minutes by car from San Jose) and that city is absolutely stunning. There are endles Golden gate Bridge, the Golden Gate Park, Fishermans Wharf, Fort Mason (especial Union Square, the Bank of America building, Nob Hill, the Marriot hotel bar, Chinato Treasure Island and many more. Moreover there are so many more things to do in t cities, such as Monterrey, Santa Cruz, Point Lobos, Half Moon Bay, Redwoods, Napa many more. There are almost no limits in activities; you can also get active in surfing or skiing. A around San Jose is a perfect dream and you can perfectly design every weekend.

Accommodation:

Infineon provides a housing list; on this list there are about 40-50 accommodation is something for everyone. I lived with an older couple and it was recommendable, a disposal, such as Internet connection, a garden, vicinity to my working place and it required: The name is Bonny Robertson (contact details on the list).

How did you get this internship? Bottom line:

I have worked before for Infineon as a working student and simply applied internally

Ultimately, I can only recommend this internship. Not only the 1000 facets of the Ca the interesting tasks that awaited me at Infineon, are leading me to this decision. It experience to communicate with so many different people and also apply myself. Yo a trainee and from my point of view this is not really self-evident. I have learned a l I reasonably developed through it. Siemens Corporate Research

Stefan is a studying for his degree in Master of Science in Software development in internship from November 2006 until May 2007 at Siemens Corporate Research in P

Tasks during the internship: The Working Day:

Research in the domain RFID and wireless sensor networks, development of prototy

Siemens Corporate Research deals in a very uncommon way regarding the working The building is opened from 6 am until 10 pm; during this time you can enter it and working time can be arranged freely during these time limits. Lunch break is usually of the trainees meets to go to eat together in one of the adjacent restaurants. Most of the typical American cubicles. Only few are as lucky as I was and get a big office colleagues to chat with.

Mentoring:

Every trainee is assigned to a supervisor. He is available for all questions. Together talked over and ideas for further development are discussed.

Atmosphere:

At Siemens Corporate Research in Princeton one clearly feels the German origins of there is no dress code, as it is common in the USA. The major part of the 200 traine employees) comes from Germany, Austria and Switzerland; therefore there is a lot o building. However, as many Indians and Chinese are working for the Siemens Corpo enough opportunities to get to know other cultures. I am, for instance, working in a Chinese, a Turk, a Bulgarian (who studies in France) and an American. Our supervis is Slovak.

Salary:

1400$ and a rental car or 1800$ for students 1800$ and a rental car or 2200$ for trainees with a masters degree

City and surroundings

Princeton is a nice little University City in Jersey. The weather is agreeably mild, exc when there is a possibility of blizzards. Regular parties allow chequered leisure activ making intercultural contacts. New York is especially appealing. New York is about o Princeton and offers almost infinite opportunities, both from a cultural and culinary p also is about one hour distance from Princeton. Even Washington DC is reached with there are enough destinations for spending the leisure time.

Accommodation:

During the first 14 days Siemens Corporate Research pays for a hotel room. During to search for accommodation. The Intern-Mailing list, a list of known landlords and w during the search. However, living in and around Princeton is quite expensive (500$

How did you get the internship?

The internship was advertised at my university in order to increase the corporation b

Siemens Corporate Research.

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