|Industrial Attachment - IBA 3200|
Why do Industrial Attachment?
Industrial Attachments are an excellent way to:
Definition and Purpose of an Industrial Attachment
An Industrial Attachment is a structured, credit-bearing work experience in a professional work setting during which the student applies and acquires knowledge and skills. It involves the application of learned skills in an organization related to the students' major. An Industrial Attachment should challenge the student to examine the values of the organization involved in the experience, and to assess the student's education as it relates to the Industrial Attachment.
Students who have just completed their 2nd year are encouraged to participate for their benefit, however, this will not count towards their Industrial Attachment to be undertaken at the end of their 3rd year.
Characteristics of a Strathmore Industrial Attachment
A site supervisor (a qualified professional) and a faculty supervisor (usually from the department of the student's major) are responsible for supervising the intern. The faculty supervisor, in consultation with the site supervisor and the student, is responsible for maintaining the academic quality of the Industrial Attachment. Maintaining the academic nature of the Industrial Attachment is essential because academic credit is awarded for the experience (i.e. volunteering and work-for-pay, although worthwhile experiences may not be academically sound).
Faculty Attachments coordinators Role
Termination of Industrial Attachment
Host Organization Information
Strathmore University invites your organization to become a partner in providing internships.
You can download the details form here.