Are you looking for an internship on which you’ll learn a lot while being properly supervised? On which you can be part of multidisciplinary teams, learn while doing, and collaborate with experts? Then Witteveen+Bos is the place for you!

Why do an internship at Witteveen+Bos?

Interns from mbo, hbo and wo courses in various sectors and departments are active throughout the year in all our offices. Doing an internship at Witteveen+Bos means getting the opportunity to apply the knowledge you’ve acquired during your studies on real projects. During your internship, you’ll be part of a team and you will have a single supervisor with whom you determine, at the start of your internship, what you’re going to do and what your development goals are. You’ll work  on one or more projects, on which you’ll be given plenty of opportunities to learn from your colleagues. You’ll perform various activities and tasks during your internship, all of which are suited to your level of knowledge.

An internship tailored to you

How long your internship lasts is up to you, depending on the requirements of your course. We generally take students on for six-month internships, but it also happens that an intern joins us for a period of ten weeks. An allowance for interns is part of our employment conditions and also covers any travel expenses you incur.

Internships abroad

Thinking of doing an internship abroad? Witteveen+Bos offers this opportunity to a limited number of students each year. When exploring opportunities available at our international offices, we ensure that proper supervision of your internship is assured. This, after all, is an important prerequisite for you experiencing a successful and educational time abroad.

Interested? Apply now!

Want to do an internship at Witteveen+Bos? Then apply by sending an open application. In your motivation letter, we want to hear what drives you and which field you’d like to do an internship in. If we find a match, we’ll invite you for an interview!

Specific internship vacancies also exist, which you can apply for right away.


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Frequently asked questions

How will I be supervised during my internship and graduation?

During your internship or graduation, you will be supervised by an assigned colleague. The colleague will be your fixed contact person, for example for defining your development goals at the start of your internship, or for discussing what kind of graduation project you prefer. During your internship or graduation period, you will have regular meetings with your supervisor, and at the end of period this same colleague will give you an appraisal.

Do you provide an allowance during internship and graduation?

If you are an intern or graduate student with us, we will give you an internship allowance. The same goes for a commuting allowance if you incur travel expenses. 

Can I do my internship/graduation abroad?

Yes, you can follow your internship/graduate at one of our international offices. Every year we have a limited number of students who gain practical experience abroad. In order to assess whether there are possibilities abroad, we will take a close look at whether we can provide you with good support at the relevant office at that moment. 

Can I do holiday work at Witteveen+Bos after my internship?

Yes, there are many students who continue to work with us during the summer holidays after their internship. 

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Can I work with you in addition to my dual, part-time or full-time study?

Keen to combine studying with working? We will be delighted to offer you precisely that opportunity. It is possible to work alongside your dual or part-time study, for example. The advantage is that you can immediately put your acquired knowledge to practical use while continuing to develop your skills. The work you perform in our projects will be appropriate to your level of education, and you can work on your course assignments at our organisation. Even while still studying, you will be able to acquire work experience.

We offer loads of opportunities to students who, in addition to their full-time study, want to gain experience with us in the form of a ‘job on the side’. For example, each week you can work eight hours for us, or opt for flexible working hours if better suited to your wishes and our possibilities. And on completion of your internship you can even take a holiday job with us if you want.

Send us your open application letter. If we have possibilities that suit you, we will be happy to talk to you.

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What are the possibilities after studying?

Are you a recent (or soon-to-be) graduate and exploring your options for a job? We are always on the lookout for talented graduates. Rather than just a job, we offer you a career. This is because we are keen to offer you a chance to develop within our organisation. We have no predetermined paths for your development, but will regularly talk to you to about your wishes and our possibilities for meeting them. An advantage of this approach is that you will discover your preferences and what you are good at. In a few years’ time, you might find yourself in the role of top expert in your specialised field or be working as a project leader. Who knows ... one day you might even be our new Managing Director!

Want to know more? Go to our page for young professionals to read all about such matters as possibilities for training.


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