Recruit Tourism Interns
Connect with HOSPITALITY & TOURISM university students.
Spain Internship helps students, universities and hospitality schools to find a suitable placement all around Europe in many different positions within the hospitality and tourism sector. If you would like to have the experience of hosting an intern in your team, gaining some help for your processes and providing practical education to the student we can help you to connect with thousands of students from our collaborating universities and official schools.
If you are looking for another type of candidate you can take a look at: http://www.spain-internship.com/en/companies/
The most common positions that candidates require in the hospitality and tourism sector are:
- Hotel/ Hostel reception
- Customer Service
- Event & Marketing positions
- Food & Beverage department (chefs, waiters and bar staff)
An internship program can last from 3 to 12 months. The standard periods are: February - June | June - September | September - February.
Internship length may differ depending on the study program. Normally students have a certain amount of time that they are allowed to do but we try to fit their needs to your requirements.
A student doing an internship can work up to 40 hours per week, depending on their study plan.
Spain Internship's mission and goal within this service is to connect students and companies helping both to find each other and supporting international relations university teams and departments to organise an internship abroad for their students. We do not provide training agreements or internship contracts, our candidates are always coming from well-known and reputed educational centres. The official educational institutions provide the documentation, often from a European Mobility program, such as Erasmus or others, and having ECTS credits recognised. Our goal is to make sure that you as a company find a student that can support your team while they receive education and knowledge in a certain field.
Students are not legally employees therefore, they need supervision during their stay and there is not a work relation between the company and the student.
In Spain, internships are regulated under the framework of "Real Decreto 1493/2011".
If you are interested in more information, asking for a budget or similar, do not hesitate to contact our program manager: