workplacement and work experience
Most of the bachelor's courses include a compulsory period of hands-on training (internship). The placement coordinator of your course can tell you more about that. Some courses have good contacts with workplaces that offer placements and the available opportunities are accessible through the course organisation. Other courses deliberately make the students look for a placement themselves.
For orientation read I want an internship. If you want to know more about the legal aspects of internships, go to working with an internship contract and the model internship contract.
Remuneration for internship
A workplace that offers an internship is not legally obliged to offer remuneration, though it is common practice to do so. In this case too, the placement coordinator of your course can tell you more about the fees that are customary in your field. Ask fellow students what arrangements they have made as well. The more comparative material you have, the stronger your bargaining position.
If the provider of the internship is bound by a particular collective labour agreement (CAO) and that agreement contains provisions on remuneration for internships, the provider must abide by them.