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Practical Training (30 cr)

Code: HTGP0130-3003

General information


01.08.2023 - 01.08.2024


28.08.2023 - 20.05.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

30 op

Mode of delivery



School of Business

Teaching languages

  • English


0 - 50

Degree programmes

  • Bachelor's Degree Programme in Business Information Technology


  • Risto Koskenkorva
  • Kalle Raijonkari
  • Mika Karhulahti
  • Ilari Miikkulainen

Teacher in charge

Kalle Raijonkari


  • HTG21S1
    Bachelor's Degree Programme in Business Information Technology
  • 30.01.2024 14:30 - 16:00, CEO of Metacore BIT Visit


The object of the course:
Want a stepping stone for work, a card to play when the doors seem to close? internship (card) is a great tool for you to get you a working place! In this course, you are practically moving into the working life and out of our educational institution. After completing this course, you will be integrated into the company of your choice and ready to work in the role that you have agreed with your employer!

Course competences:
Business competence
Cross-disciplinary competence in games
Game production competence
Software engineering competence
Systems and methods in ICT

The learning objectives of the course:
Mastery of operations models typical of the professional field, working life skills, and the development of tasks related to one's own work. The assignments support the implementation of students' personal study plans and the objectives of the degree programme.


Before you go on a internship, you will participate in a info session or have a discussion with the coordinator about the internship placement that is right for you and the technical issues related to the implementation of the internship (eg contract). Each student will search for their own placement, but a internship coordinator and teacher tutor will assist you as needed. You will find the contact details of the coordinator in the workspace corresponding to this course. Obtaining a internship often requires building a good and comprehensive sample portfolio. When planning your training, you should upgrade your portfolio to match your current skills!

The internship will be agreed upon in a separate agreement signed by all parties. In addition to the time, place and contact persons, this agreement goes through the content of the training, and in particular the learning objectives. It is vital that you record this information with sufficient accuracy. After the contract is signed, the student can start the internship.

In the mids of the internship, the student arrange a meeting with the internship supervisor (nominated by the coordinator), you and the supervisor from the company. This meeting analyzes the state of the internship and plan together about the goals of the latter period of the internship.

At the end of your internship, you request a job certificate from the workplace and attach it to your internship report. In addition, you enjoy practicing for the younger generation.

Traineeships are usually done in a company, but it is highly advisable to do the traineeship as part of developing your own business idea

Teaching methods

In the Practical Training, the student will find a work placement in a company relevant to the student's study plan and the degree programme's objectives. The Practical Training is guided by the PT-Coordinator, Supervising Teacher and Workplace Instructor. Enrollment to the course is non-stop, and the training may be started at any point. Guidance for the training is given by the following methods:

Before starting the Practical Training: Introduction to Practical Training info-lectures (Autumn / Spring). Personal guidance given face-to-face weekly in Practical Training pop-ups.

During the Practical Training: A guidance meeting in the middle of the training, where student receives feedback of their progress during the training, and the rest of the training is planned.

After the Practical Training: The student holds a seminar presentation to review key points of their Practical Training. The seminar presentations are targeted at 2nd year students. The student also prepares a report, which includes key points of the training, and self-assessment.

Student workload

Course workload => 30 ECTS => 810 hours of work.

The Practical Training agreement is done for a period of 5 months, if the work is full time. If the work is part-time, the period is calculated so that 810 hours of work are completed. Completion of the work is verified by a work certificate.

Further information

The evaluation is carried out giving continuous feedback in the workplace by the work supervisor. Two-way feedback is also given in the mid-term meeting by the participants. In the final report and the seminar presentation you will do and present the self-evaluation and the evaluation of the Practical Training as a whole.

The Practical Training course is evaluated as Pass/Fail, the student will receive a passing mark when the training has been completed, the seminar has been held and all the necessary documentation has been delivered.

Evaluation scale


Assessment criteria, approved/failed

You understand the meaning of the practical training as part of your degree and what kind of skills it can develop. You have carried out a planned and agreed internship and have reported on your work properly, in writing and orally.


Basic studies and about 60 credits of professional studies