The earlier you apply by sending us your CV, the more opportunities can be available to you. Once we have received your CV, one of our team members will contact you for scheduling a first call. If you are a student arriving from another country in Europe, our team helps you to prepare for the interviews with host companies through a mock interview. Interviews are made through video calls. If you are to accept an internship offer, we provide you with any pre-arrival support up until your start date, such as accommodation search. Upon arrival, we support you in the process of obtaining the NIE and SS that are required for you to have before starting your internship. If you are already residing in Spain. If the company is located in the city where you reside, chances are likely that you would go for a face-to face interview. The procedure is the same, we provide you support in obtaining the NIE and SS, in case you don’t have them already.
Yes, all internships are paid a minimum of 400euros/month for a full time schedule (35-40h/week). However some companies pay above this amount.
We work with a variety of companies, Start-ups, SMEs and multinational companies, therefore there are opportunities in a lot of different departments, mainly Business/Marketing/HR/Finance/Engineering/Computer Science. Our goal is to match the students preferences to our available roles.
Pre screen call (10 mins) first contact with one of our team members to introduce yourself and share your interest and preferences for the internship. Bring any questions that you have about how we work and how we can help you. We make sure your CV is seen by employers. We match your profile to our available roles in our host companies. Mock interview (30 mins) we prepare you for the real interview with the employer. We make sure all necessary documents are signed by the relevant parties Accommodation search if needed Set up appointment for NIE and Social Security through our partner service. Any support throughout the internship, we are here.
It depends on the company, generally between 6-12 months. In some cases, an internship can lead to a job offer.
The work schedule varies depending on the company and whether you are doing full time or part time, but it is usually Monday-Friday.
You need to be above 18 years old and enrolled in a university which can provide a learning agreement for your internship period. Students need to hold an EU passport or be residents in Spain.
We see that all students have a minimum level of English B2. Any other languages are an advantage, as many roles require different languages.
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