Internships and projects

The year-end internship depends on the student’s professional project.
Even though, for a large majority of students, this five-month internship is the precursor to recruitment by the company where the training is taking place (as certain Iteem graduates testify), for others, it represents the opportunity to jump into the world of start-up companies.
In fact, in the very first Iteem graduating class, two out of the forty students requested to join the TONIC business incubator to create their own company. They were able to carry out their personal project while enjoying the support offered by the incubator.
Since then, the list of entrepreneurs who created companies when they finished their studies or a few months after has continued to lengthen, and each year, at least one company is created upon graduation.