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In short, with us you can show what you have to offer and grow in what you enjoy doing. At our locations in Berkel-Enschot and Halfweg you can apply annually for an internship or a (duo) graduation assignment. Experienced and enthusiastic colleagues ensure that you gain your first work experience with a big smile!
We work together with Mechatronics, Engineering and Administration and provide approximately seven internships per year. Join us at the annual open day at ROC!
Each year we offer two to four internships for students in Mechatronics, Industrial Automation, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. Want to know more? Drop by at the Avans speed dates.
From Lan Tilburg we are present at the speed meetings of the Koning Willem I college in Den Bosch. In addition, we also examine final assignments!
Matthijs (Mechanical Engineering student) graduated at Lan: “Together with three other students, two of which are software students, we got a great internship assignment: develop a module to get products into our machines at real speed during the test phase.”
Our job? Improve the current tray tilter stacker in terms of technology, operation, use and costs. Penny & Diederik, Electrical Engineering students, tell their story! “Working in a multidisciplinary team provides instructive discussions!”See more
Check out the short (Dutch) film and find out from students what a Lan internship is like! Interested? Please contact us.
What I liked most about the tech internship? The assignment was addressed as a real project, including design review meetings and advice from a project manager. However, the best part was that we designed, ordered, built and tested everything ourselves in just 5 months. We learned a lot by realising the whole project process from start to completion. And it was a success too!
Two of us were involved in software development and together with another student, I worked on the mechanical part.
Until then, machines at Lan were always tested at a lower speed by placing products by hand on the supply conveyor before the line was connected to a filler machine. With our loading unit the capacity went up to 70 pouches per track per minute. The benefit: we are now able to test more realistically and solve possible errors earlier in the process. All of this thanks to the effort and commitment of four interns! And three of us are still working at Lan.