Internship in Ireland (also traineeship, or secondment) is often necessary to complete degrees for a student who wants to highlight their skills and get a first experience at work! To seek an internship abroad is also a unique experience, in terms of language as well as for learning a new culture.
The obvious method of finding a secondment abroad is to contact companies with international subsidiaries and which can send you abroad for an internship directly from your country. Some large international companies organise selections with tests and interviews to recruit interns.
Here are some websites that might be useful:
EU programme Leonardo da Vinci
The Leonardo da Vinci Community vocational training action programme, introduced in 1994, promotes projects based on co-operation between the various players in vocational training - training bodies, vocational schools, universities, businesses, chambers of commerce, etc. Community funds for the first phase of the programme amounted to € 800 million between 1995 and 2001, and 125 000 people received a grant for a work-related stay abroad. The program is pertinent to:
Information about participating in a Leonardo da Vinci project can be obtained by contacting the Leonardo da Vinci national agencies.
You will find more internships abroad with the following links:
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