The internship programs are directed to students and graduates of engineering courses, especially connected with information technology, electronics, automated technology, robotics, electrotechnology, mechatronics, refrigerator technology and heat engineering, mechanics and mechanical engineering, metrology, physics and mathematics. Moreover, the candidates should present non-standard thinking, initiative, openness to new experience, and in their work aim at constant development. For the internship program we hire persons hungry of knowledge, who look for possibilities of development and who like challenge, who look for ways of realising their goals, and who are not afraid to make mistakes. If your head is full of ideas, you are energetic and you are willing to take the initiative, you should apply for an internship at MCD Electronics.

Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand.

Albert Einstein

Stay hungry, stay foolish...

Steve Jobs


Within the internship program you have opportunities to learn about technological processes at MCD Electronics through active participation in all stages of product development. The program of your intership depends on your university course specialisation and your theoretical knowledge.

Sample internship program for an electronics course graduate:

  • week 1 – 8
    1. Basics of process control interdependency within ERP system production organisation
    2. Basics of construction project management (mechanical and hardware constructions, embedded controllers software, PC and mobile devices application, visualisation, implementation documentation)
    3. Specifications, requirements, regulations in Electro-Static Protection Area
  • week 9 - 10
    1. Regulations of requirements, archiving, transferring, changes in electronic production documentation
    2. Specifications for automated assembly of surface electronic elements in Surface Mount Technology: pick&place applications, data parameters, format, packaging and types of both elements as well as of mounting machine elements, templates for glue printing glue and soldering paste stencils, soldering profiles
    3. Specifications for automated assembly quality control in SMT through Automated Optical Inspection
    4. Process of automated component assembly in THT (Through-Hole Technology)
  • week 11 - 12
    1. Specifications, construction, data logging from electronic module testers and microcontroller programmers
  • week 13 - 14
    1. Learning about measurement equipment of both mechanical and electrical values (assessment of technical condition, calibration, defining proper status, expiry date, etc.)
    2. Basic rules of the technical drawing and basic measurement techniques
    3. Quality control, testing selected elements for compliance with technical documentation
    4. Quality control of components/products at particular stages of production (in-process control)
    5. Testing production samples
    6. Initial and final calibration of company`s products
    7. Specifications and supervision of standards
  • week 15 - 16
    1. Mechanical processing with the use of digital machinery: CNC machine, laser plotter, UV printer, electrical discharge machine.
    2. Synthetic materials processing with the use of injection machines (injection moulding) and 3D prototyping (Rapid Prototyping)
    3. Learning about the operation and rules of functioning of other machines and tools (belt grinder, bench drill, band-saws, welder, hand tools)
    4. Work in other positions (outside machinery) hand processing of detail elements, grinding and polishing, hand screwing, cutting, sandblasting
  • week 17 - 18
    1. Key groups of elements used in the production
    2. Learning about the market of electronic components and leading world`s producers
    3. Inventory management – the path of electronic components and manufactures products

Throughout the whole period the trainee has an appointed supervisor, who gives direction to their development and commissions additional projects, which help to define their predispositions.

After finishing the program, trainees are very often offered job positions in particular departments, where they can continue developing their skills.


  • Electronic Production Department (positions: Maintenance Technician, Assistant Process Engineer) – graduates of electronics, mechatronics, automation, etc.
  • Mechanical Production Department (position: Assistant Process Engineer) - graduates of mechanics, mechatronics, etc.
  • Purchase Department (position: Purchasing Manager) - graduates of electronics, mechatronics, automation, robotics, etc.
  • Sales Department (position: Sales Manager) - graduates of electronics, mechatronics, automation, robotics, etc.
  • R&D Department- Hardware (position: Junior Electronic Constructor) - graduates of electronics, mechatronics, automation, robotics, etc.
  • R&D Department- Software Embedded - Software Embedded (position: Junior Programmer C++) - graduates of electronics, mechatronics, automation, robotics, etc.
  • R&D Department - Software (position: Junior Programmer C# or Python or Java Script) - electronics, mechatronics, automation, robotics, information technology, mathematics etc.
  • R&D Department - Mechanical Engineering (position: Junior Mechanical Constructor) - graduates of mechanics, mechatronics, robotics.
  • Heat Pump Department graduates of mechanics, mechatronics, robotics, power engineering, refrigerator technology, physics, etc.