Internships abroad

Placements with companies in Spain, France, Belgium, UK, Germany, Austria and Slovenia

18-35 years old?
Unemployed or looking for your first job?
Resident of Friuli Venezia Giulia?
In possession of at least one professional qualification or a college degree?
Interested in working abroad for a short period of time?

GO+LEARN FVG will allow you to spend a period of time (4-6 months) abroad (Spain, France, Belgium, UK, Germany, Austria or Slovenia) with an internship in a company working in your chosen sector, giving your CV an international touch.

GO+LEARN FVG’s foreign business placement provides an opportunity for unemployed or first-time job-seeking young adults between the ages of 18 and 35, residents of Friuli Venezia Giulia, who are in possession of a professional qualification and/or a college degree and who have a basic ability to communicate in the language of the placement (equivalent to CEFR level A2).

Those taking part in the program will receive a monthly stipend to cover travel and accommodation expenses. This will vary depending on the country and the duration of the placement.

The selection is based on a FIFO policy (first in, first out). This is determined by the date on the online form (which is to be submitted either in person at the relevant desks in the regional offices or online through the platform).

For further information:

Chiara Ambrosi – Centro EnAIP FVG di Trieste – Via dell’Istria 57, 34137 – Trieste

Tel.: 040.3788888

E-mail: tirocini@gopluslearn.it.

Duration:

4-6 months

Applications open:

October 2018

Destinations:

Spain, France, Belgium, UK, Germany, Austria, Slovenia

Quick and simpleIn four easy steps

  • 1

    Submit the application online

    Submit the application online or through an ENAIP FVG centre

  • 2

    Planning the placement

    Check admissions criteria. Test/A2 certificate. Interview with the placement company

  • 3

    Preparing to go

    Training and orientation for the placement

  • 4

    Starting the placement

    Contract and start of work. Let’s go!