June Collaborations

In the last month Spain Internship has continued to grow and to expand its network of collaborating companies and universities. We are happy to say that we have been able to further increase our network of collaborators as this translates to more opportunities for everyone. Our service is constantly improving and we are working hard to keep this constant trend of improvement high so we can give the students the best possible opportunities for their internships.

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European Commission is now giving away 15,000 free interrail tickets

The European Commission has announced that they have launched a competition, named DiscoverEU, where they will be giving away 15,000 free interrail tickets to 18 year olds as part of a project by the EU institutions to raise awareness of the European project aimed at young people entering adulthood. This comes at a time when Euroscepticism is increasing. This summer, anyone who wins a ticket can travel alone or as a part of a group for 30 days through 4 different countries in the European Union.

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New Collaborations in the Last Weeks

Spain Internship is an organisation that specialises in connecting students, universities and companies with the goal of organising internships that meet the requirements of all parties. We collaborate with universities and companies all around the world to help make the international internship process easier for all involved. We aim to give the students of our collaborating universities with the best internship opportunities to allow them to gain the valuable experience that they need to prepare themselves for their future careers.  

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Spain Internship Supports the Erasmusx10 Campaign

Here at Spain internship we are proud to say that we are supporting the Eramusx10 initiative. This campaign was launched by the Lifelong Learning Platform (LLP) with the aim of increasing the funding for the Erasmus+ programme tenfold. This idea began when European Political Leaders called for an increase in the programme’s budget. Between the years of 2014 and 2020 it is expected that only around 4 million people will have benefited from the Erasmus+ Programme. An increase in funding would see a drastic increase in the amount of people who get to avail of this life-changing programme.

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