Student Satisfaction With Placement For Internship In Management Study Program
AbstractInternship activities are carried out in tertiary institutions as a way to introduce the world of work to students in the future. This is important to study, especially in terms of the effectiveness of the programs that have been implemented. By conducting a survey of students who have gone through the internship process, a clearer picture will be obtained of how the overall student satisfaction is in responding to the placement process during the internship. The survey was conducted on the class who had just returned from their apprenticeship. The data were then analyzed by descriptive statistics. The results show that there are several things related to the apprenticeship program. This should be developed further.
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