2023-2024 / HULG9196-1



216h Internship

Number of credits

 Bachelor in landscape architect15 crédits 


Jan Bogaert, Emmanuelle Gobbe, Serge Peeters


Emmanuelle Gobbe

Language(s) of instruction

French language

Organisation and examination

Teaching in the second semester


Schedule online

Units courses prerequisite and corequisite

Prerequisite or corequisite units are presented within each program

Learning unit contents

Internship in a professional environment or company. By "company", we implie every professional environment which could recrute landscape architects, except higher education institutes.

Learning outcomes of the learning unit

The internship mainly aims to prepare the student for the exercice of his profession, in particular through the concretization and practice of the specific techniques and knowledge acquired in his educational curriculum ; develop a sense of organization and work planning ; integrate into a multidisciplinary team, etc. He will choose an internship relevant to landscape architect training.

Prerequisite knowledge and skills

During his internship, the student will valorize, apply and integrate all courses and previous trainings.


Planned learning activities and teaching methods

Internship. Integration in a professional environment. Redaction and presentation of the intership report. Minimal duration of the internship : 10 weeks. Activities will be different according to the  professional context or specific objectives of the internship.


Mode of delivery (face to face, distance learning, hybrid learning)

Face-to-face course

Additional information:



Recommended or required readings


Any session :

- In-person

oral exam

- Remote

oral exam

- If evaluation in "hybrid"

preferred in-person

Additional information:

Written report:40%. Oral presentation: 40%. Evaluation by the local advisor/coordinator of the internship: 20%. An average value is calculated by consensus based on the evaluations of the membres of the internship committee, taking into account the different criteria. This value is the start of a discussion between the committee members who will fix the final score taking into account the different elements of the internship and the aforementioned average value. The final score is consequently not a simple average of all elements but a real consensus that will situate the student inside his promotion and which will correct for scores that were too high or too low for certains elements according to the committee members.
Students which obtain 9/20 will have to improve their report for the next examen session. Students which obtain 8/20 or less will have to effectuate a new internship.

Work placement(s)


Organisational remarks and main changes to the course

All practical aspects of the internship (rules and obligations, duration, evaluation, financial aspects, insurance, start of the training, etc.) will be explained in details during a special session organised by the principal advisor.

Documents will be available online on the intranet.


Emmanuelle Gobbe : emmanuelle.gobbe@hech.be


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