Internships, BAIP, EUP Network
The Professional Integration and Carrer Support Office (Bureau d'Aide à l'Insertion Professionnelle - BAIP) of the Paris School of Urban Planning (EUP) supports the students throughout their internship search and towards their future jobs. It also conducts surveys about the professional integration of EUP young graduates.
Supervised and approved by the EUP, internships are an essential part of the Master's Degree. Though they are optional in Master 1, they are mandatory in Master 2 (3 to 6 months) at the end of the training.
▪ The internship agreement
As part of its integration mission, the EUP has chosen to provide you with an internship agreement management tool: PSTAGE.
A comprehensive guide of websites with internship offers (urbanism, urban planning, development, etc.).Download (pdf, French)
Internships abroad are possible, and even mandatory for the International Master in Urban Planning, track "Urbanisme et villes du Sud" (Cities of the Global South).
Internship mobility grants are available at UPEM/Université Gustave Eiffel (Only for M2 internships): http://www.u-pem.fr/international/etudes-a-letranger-sortants/informations-utiles/aides-financieres/
Optional internships in M1 (three months maximum) are made on the students’ own initiatives and do not open rights to mobility grants.
With over 5,000 members, the EUP Network gathers EUP graduates, students and teachers, as well as over 2,000 companies in relation with urbanism.
The EUP Network missions:
▪ Connecting school graduates and students.
▪ Circulating internship and job offers from graduates, companies, and teachers.
▪ Follow-up on the school's current events.
This tool is essential for students' professional integration and allows graduates to keep in touch with the EUP.
The professional integration support office (Bureau d'Aide à l'Insertion Professionnelle - BAIP) aims to advise and support the students in their research for an internship and their entry into the professional life. It also updates the directory of former graduates.
The head of the BAIP individually sees students, by appointment to counsel and prepare them for their professional integration:
→ Identify their skills.
→ Design their curriculum vitae.
→ Draft a cover letter.
→ Look for an internship.
→ Practice for job interviews.
Opening Hours: Monday-Thursday, 9:30am-12:00pm & 1:30-5:00pm.
Wednesday: Remote work in the morning, closed in the afternoon. Remote work on Fridays.
Individual appointment on request.