Campus ProgrammeDesign your own future and improve your employability
During your stay, you’ll develop your skills and competences on different multidisciplinary work teams, which will help you acquire professional experience and become familiar with the innovative environment of a technology centre.
Internships are arranged so they fit in with your studies. You’ll receive supplementary skill-development training in subjects such as Occupational Risk Prevention, as well as industrial work methods, including 5S and lean manufacturing. You’ll also be assigned a tutor, who will provide guidance during the learning process.
What do you get out of it?
Your first contact with the professional world and technical training.
You’ll develop useful skills for your professional life: initiative, critical thinking, an open mentality, innovation, leadership, an aspiration for self-improvement and flexibility.
Opportunities to grow personally and professionally with us.
Guided learning for your own development by solving problems and participating in and contributing to research projects in different disciplines. The limits of your learning experience are defined by you alone.
Prospective students of the Programme
Where will I do my internship?
In the field of technology, you’ll be able to join different research units and help fight climate change, contribute to the circular economy by processing biodegradable materials and products, or learn about recycling, biomass and the use of CO2…
In health, you can learn about applications for plastic materials in medical devices, study materials for cancer diagnosis and treatment, or investigate new materials for bone and tissue regeneration, or controlled drug release.
You’ll be able to learn about Industry 4.0: additive manufacturing, plastronics, functional printing or process digitalization.
You can explore the field of food safety: active, smart and high-performance packaging.
You’ll have the chance to immerse yourself in the area of sustainable agriculture and forestry, the mission of which is to reduce the impact of materials on agriculture and to produce plastics derived from forest waste.
You’ll find out about research in the area of sustainable mobility and the mobility of the future in aeronautics, navigation and the automotive and rail industries.
In the lab, you’ll further your development by analysing raw materials, intermediate products, final products and plastic waste, and performing tests to determine their mechanical and rheological properties, end-of-life performance and characterization of their polymers, additives, fillers and waste substances.
At AIMPLAS, we are constantly innovating. We never stop growing and learning.