How to get an internship in europe

Why choose for an European internship

If you’re looking to broaden your horizons, why not choose for a European internship?

A European internship will help you, as a student, to develop and improve some of your already acquired skills. Doing a European internship increases following skills.

  • Curiosity
  • Problem solving
  • Adaptability
  • Confidence

These are skills that recruiters value and will truly make you stand out from the pack. And they are also practical in every day life.

Doing a European internship

Besides that, when doing a European internship, you have the opportunity to learn new things, make new friends and get to understand foreign cultures. And these are just some benefits that includes a foreign internship.

Doing a European internship will allow you to visit other great cities at an affordable cost.  Weekend trips in fabulous places like Paris, Rome and Berlin are just some of the endless possibilities.

Enjoy the local dishes like Italy’s pasta’s , Belgium’s chocolates and beers or cheese from Switzerland. Just try them and you will be surprised by their way of cooking! The more southern you go, in countries like Spain and Italy the cost of food is relatively low. Therefore you will certainly be able to find some dishes within your price range.

And even though there are different languages spoken throughout Europe, English is a common second language. Therefore you will have no or little problems with communication. Or you can always learn the basics of a language. Address the locals in their language to break the first barrier. for you who’s doing an effort to speak their language.

Or like Nelson Mandela said: “If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes t ohis head. It you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart”

A European internship will bring unforgettable experiences.  If you like art, make sure you visit the Louvre in Paris or Tate Modern in London. Find out more about Europe’s rich cultural history and visit cities such as Bruges, known as Venice of the North.

But what does it take to go abroad?

Firstly, check if a (European) internship is part of your education? Ask your school if there are any facilities which you can make use of. But even if it isn’t required, then what about starting your career with an internship abroad? These kind of things will look good on your resume and will give you a head start in your professional career.

Secondly, check the rules of the country which you are visiting. A good investigation is necessary to comply with the rules of the country where the provider is established.

Thirdly, it is wise to make an estimation of the costs of your European internship. Doing you internship abroad involves some costs such as student housing, airplane tickets, transport, food and drinks,… But even in this case, we can work out some kind of arrangement. It is, in fact, possible to do a paid internship. This will allow you to cover some of your costs.

And lastly, abroad for a few months or even a year? Finding an internship in Europe can be a challenge for a student! Contact us in order to facilitate you in your search for an internship that suits you the most. We provide a platform on which company and applicant connect. Take a look at our vacancies at and apply if you see something interesting!


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