-In accordance with the ITU Internship General Principles (, the student who has completed at least 35 credits and decided to do his compulsory internship, can complete the approval processes after the pandemic with its orientation to online channels, it carries out its transactions utilizingng ITU Portal and Ninova platforms. Students who are not in the ITU401 Management Engineering Internship class in Ninova are required to report their status to the Internship Committee.

-Students who want to start the internship process must create an internship record from the ITU Portal. Required fields must be filled and the dates for the internship must be selected. The first day to actually work in the internship must be chosen as the start date of the internship and the last day to be worked should be chosen as the end date of the internship.

-At the approval stage of the internship application, the internship contract, Annex-1 and the work schedule must be signed and stamped by the representative of the company where the internship will be held.

-The internship contract signed and stamped by the company representative, Annex-1 and the work schedule must be reviewed and approved by the members of the Management Engineering Department Internship Committee. For this, students are required to upload their documents to Ninova, and the Commission gives the approval process via e-mail.

-Students must contact the secretary of the dean's office for the approval of the dean's Office after the approval of the commission.

-Documents approved by the commission must be uploaded to the ITU Portal at the latest 15 days before the start of the internship.

- Students must prepare a report on their internship at the end of the internship,. The internship report must consist of the cover, contents, information about the company, introduction, daily reports, conclusion and appendices, if any.

- While writing the report section, a different report must be written for each day of internship. Even if the same work is done on different days, the day must not be combined, and the activities carried out on that day must be written by the student by setting a different date for each day of the internship.

- The report is checked by the Departmental Internship Committee after the student submits the internship report. If the report is incomplete, the internship report is rejected and students are given a period of 15 days to complete their deficiencies.

- The sequence of production/management internships is not compulsory in the post-pandemic period.

- In a week starting with Monday, at least 3 days of internship is required. Internships cannot be done on course days, including DAN coded courses.

- Apart from the departments, human resources, finance, marketing, etc., departments where the production processes take place should be preferred for production (technical) internship. The departments, human resources, finance, marketing, etc., where the administrative processes should be preferred for management internship.

- All internships must be done face to face. If the work structure of the enterprises requires online internships, this should be documented to the Departmental Internship Committee and the internship must be adjusted accordingly.

- Small-scale companies and start-ups with a small number of employees are not considered sufficient for internship. Companies with at least 35 employees in the post-pandemic period are accepted as internship places.


- According to article 38 of the ITU Internship General Principles, the internship of the Double Major Program (DMP) students accepted in a department is also accepted in the second major, provided that the content of the internship is submitted.

- All engineering students with their first major (except Industrial Engineering and Economics) and students with a second major in Managment Engineering can count one of the internships (20 working days) for their first major instead of the Management Engineering Program Production Internship.

- Students in this situation must contact the Departmental Internship Committee.

For detailed information:


Internship Commission of the Department

Head of Commission

Assist. Prof. Dr. Gizem Sarıbay Öztürk

Commission Members

Res. Asst.Elif ULUDAĞ


Res. Asst. Berker PANDIR