any students come to Ireland to study English in order to improve their professional careers in the future. But in addition to learning the language, there are other ways to upskill and improve the curriculum, such as taking an internship during the exchange. Are you looking for this opportunity? Get to know the internship program at SEDA College!
SEDA’s internship program offers the students the opportunity to get some working experience and further improve their English by working for an Irish company. In 2017, 98 students graduated through our program.
Currently, we have contact with about 80 companies, and there are vacancies in several areas, such as IT, Marketing, Sales, Administration, Hospitality, Design, Architecture, Customer Service, Engineering, Accounting, among others. It’s the chance for you to get some international working experience in your area of expertise.
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HOW DOES IT WORK?
Internships are part-time and can be done in class-free time. Full-time internships are only available during school holidays. The duration can vary from 4 weeks to 6 months. The internship is not paid, but it is important to remember that the vacancies do exist, so there is a chance of being hired after the end of this experience.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE?
If you liked the idea and want to participate in the program, send your CV in English to email@example.com indicating the professional area that you would like to apply for.
The coordinator of the SEDA internship program will contact you and present the positions that are currently open. After you choose the opportunities that interest you, he will book job interviews with the companies. If approved, you are ready to begin your internship during your the exchange in Ireland.
WHO CAN APPLY?
The application is for free, but to participate in SEDA College’s internship program, you must:
– Be a student at SEDA College;
– Be enrolled in a long-term course (6 months);
– Have at least an intermediate level of English;
– Have at least 85% attendance;
– Have GNIB or IRP.
This is it! Did you like the idea of the internship program during your exchange in Ireland? Send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and start your application!
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