Placement in Belgium, a monarchy in the heart of Benelux-countries
In 1830, Belgium won its independence from the Dutch as a result of an uprising by the people. A constitutional monarchy was established in 1831, with a monarch invited in from the House of Saxe-Coburg Gotha in Germany. Belgium is a hereditary constitutional monarchy. The current monarch is King Filip, who took the oath of office on July 21, 2013.
An internship in Brussels, Belgium, home of the EU, three languages and good beer
Belgium is a founding member of the European Union and is also home to the headquarters of the European Union and NATO (among many other major international organizations). Belgium has three official languages, with around 60% of the people speaking Dutch, 40% French and a small minority speaking German. The country is also very well known for its beers. There are actually 178 breweries in Belgium.
A year abroad in Belgium will be a year of delicious food experiments
Tasty fries, warm waffels, local beer and of course Belgian chocolate, what more do you need? And to make it even better for you, every year between 11th and 14th of September you can visit the Eat! Brussels food festival and discover more from the delicious local cuisine of Belgium that will make your head spin.
Internship Fields Available in Belgium
Spain Internship offers placements in various fields in Belgium. Our positions are most frequently in the areas of:
- Business and Management
- Tourism and Hospitality
- Education and Teaching
- IT and Telecoms
- Finance and Accounting
- and more
Benefits of the Placements in Belgium
The majority of our Erasmus Internship in Belgium are paid positions. Only a small number of them are unpaid. However, all of our positions offer a great opportunity to gain practical experience and knowledge essential for anyone's CV. It also provides a great opportunity to immerse yourself in a new language and culture.
Duration of the Internships in Belgium
The lenghts of the placements we offer in Belgium vary depending on what sector the position is in and what type of service you avail of. Positions in the Hospitality & Tourism field can last from 8 weeks to 6 months. Positions in the Business sector will typically last for 3 to 12 months. However, those who decide to use our premium service may be able to get internships of a shorter lenght in this sector.
What is the Cost of Living in Belgium?
In Belgium, a modest room in a shared apartment will typically cost around €300-€600 per month depending the area. An apartment in Belgium will usually cost between €800 - €1100 per month depending on the location.
Documentation: What you need to know to prepare for your internship in Belgium!
If you are an EU citizen you will not need a Visa to come to Belgium. All you will need to do is to register in the municipality of the relevant city and get your student citizens number!
If you are not an EU citizen you may need to obtain a Visa before coming to Belgium.
How do we work?
Our Premium Service for your greatest experience in Belgium
Total price is 490 €, VAT included.
For the mediation service, just contact us:
- Send us your CV and motivational letter to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you for a personal assessment meeting.
- After we check your requirements and agree with the terms you need to sign our service contract and pay the deposit*, so we can immediately begin arranging your internship.
- After the interview, once you have been accepted by the company, we will close the payments and internship contracts. Note that you will be not be charged the rest of the fees if we do not find you the right internship.
* The deposit is 100€. In case that you are not accepted for an internship with the specified conditions, we will refund it in max. 48 hours after getting all bank transfer details.