For students and trainees

Intern at an innovative international company and gain experience and seniority from the best in the business
Mentor — an employee with extensive experience, recognized authority, outstanding personal qualities and achievements. The mentor provides the necessary support to the trainee or apprentice through regular consultations.

You want to get more skills in a couple of months of work on a real project than you did in all the years of theory at university or college. Or maybe you plan to join us as a full-time employee after your internship.

Then you have an excellent opportunity to prepare for your future career by participating in our annual internship and internship program for students, young professionals and educational institutions.

Who are we looking for?
We are looking for talented people who love what they do and are committed to developing and achieving outstanding results.
Goals of internship for students and young professionals
Obtaining primary professional skills in the chosen profession
Consolidation, expansion, deepening and systematization of the initial experience
Working on a real project and collecting materials for the graduation project
Objectives of the faculty internship
Gaining work experience or professional development directly at the workplace to prepare for scientific or teaching activities.
Practices and internships can take place in one of the following departments:
Design, computer graphics (2D and 3D), animation, video filming, editing, motion design, work with sound
Digital platforms
Web development, game software development, mobile development
Sales and marketing
Telemarketing and online marketing
Practice period

Recruitment for practice is carried out by the personnel service on an annual basis as needs arise, the most intensive recruitment takes place in the spring.

Quotas for internship for the next calendar year are formed during the year.

Applying process for an internship or internship
Submission of an application through the corporate website, with attaching your resume and cover letter in free form
Ability Testing (PST)
Panel interview
Official registration
Starting an internship or internship
Duration of practice
The duration of the practice is at least 1 month. The optimal practice period for mastering work skills is 3 months. At the same time, by decision of the head of the practice or a mentor, it can be terminated ahead of schedule.
Organization of the workplace
During the practice, the trainee is assigned a mentor from among the experienced employees of the company. The employee responsible for working with trainees and trainees organizes the trainee's workplace.
Practice and employment
Some interns may receive a job offer based on the results of the internship, however, in general, the internship does not guarantee subsequent employment in the company.
Video-interviews with our interns
Assessment of the results of practice
For each trainee, at the end of the internship, the internship manager / mentor fills out a competency assessment form. Trainees who have received positive feedback can be personally invited to the next internship.
How is the competency assessment carried out?
The assessment of trainees is carried out on the basis of competency matrices that have behavioral indicators. Trainee evaluators are guided by observation of the trainee's behavior in the work environment and complete the appropriate tables that list the signs of effective and ineffective behavior.
For each indicator, a corresponding score is assigned, after which the scores for individual competencies are summed up, and the average value for this competence is displayed.
Competencies by which trainees are assessed::
Collection and analysis of information
Collection and analysis of information skills of collection, processing and analysis of various sources and information resources
Ability to defend your point of view
skills to argue your position and give facts
Effective teamwork
the ability to build relationships with colleagues, partners and clients.
Ability to identify
direction and follow it goal setting skills, consistency
Innovation and change
creativity of thinking
Achieving Results
ways to achieve results
Personal effectiveness
execution of orders, time management and personal qualities
Presentation on the results of the work done
An additional method for assessing the effectiveness of the internship is the assessment of the quality of the presentation conducted by the trainee based on the results of the work done.
This presentation should include:
  • Goals and objectives of the practice
  • What has been done during the practice
  • What types of work were performed during the practice
  • What the trainee / trainee learned during the practice
  • Feedback - Trainee / Trainee Evaluation
  • Proposals from trainee / trainee
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Tips for trainees and beginners:
Take your job seriously. Do not skip work - they count on your participation in the process.
Come on time, don't be late. if you are late, apologize and give the reason.
Do more than is expected of you during each assignment.
Listen carefully and always write it down.
Consider in advance that you may not know absolutely everything (even if you don’t seem to be)
Find opportunities to demonstrate your knowledge and contribute.
Assume that there are no stupid questions. Feel free to ask. Ignorance can turn into a wasted day. It’s worse not to ask questions — you may seem inert and disinterested.
Don't blindly follow instructions. Work mindfully. When you do something, think about what you are doing.
Be eager to learn new things, and people will be more willing to teach you.
In the early days, try to understand who is doing what, and who is responsible for what.
You must learn to set goals in your work.
Remember to thank those who help you (even if the help is minor). Remember that this help is selfless and often disrupts their work schedule.
Try to establish constructive relationships with all employees, build your relationships based on effective communications.
It is possible that at first you will not have time to cope with all your affairs at the appointed time, do not worry. Over time, you will meet deadlines.
Adhere to the existing dress code - dress appropriately for the work environment, if in doubt - ask your mentor for advice.
Try to get as much clarification as possible on the work entrusted to you at the initial stage - then prepare the work to the end and only then contact your mentor with a request to check you.
Find a life balance between work and personal life. The lack of balance in life leads to excessive fatigue at work and, as a result, less efficient work.
Work is sometimes necessary, and sometimes it is important. Learn to complete all tasks assigned to you.
Before leaving home, clean up your desk every day.
In assigned tasks, learn to set priorities, if you cannot set them yourself, seek help from a mentor or more experienced colleagues. Prioritizing will help you meet deadlines and be more efficient.
Always listen carefully to what your colleagues tell you, if you are busy with a telephone conversation - ask the interlocutor to wait - listen to what they say to you, and then continue the conversation.
Know how to take responsibility in making decisions only if you are completely confident that you are right, otherwise seek advice from a mentor.
The success of the practice and further professional activity depend, first of all, on you!