Sabbatical year, Gap Year, Long stay: Internship German
After your German course (minimum 6 weeks) that will help you reach the required level (B2), you’ll benefit from the school’s assistance to find an unpaid internship in a local company. The school will ask you to write a CV and a cover letter in German. Next, you’ll have an interview with the manager of the company who’s interested in your application, and then it’s time to start your job!
Tourism, hospitality, administration, social programmes, etc.
- Minimum age: 18
- Internships are offered to EU and Swiss citizens. Students of other nationalities need a student visa that allows them to work or a work permit.
- Minimum 6-week German course
- Minimum German level: B2
- CV and cover letter
- Accident insurance for the duration of the internship