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Why study an internship abroad?

Why study an internship abroad?

Why study an internship abroad?

 

An internship is a perfect complement to your studies and in some cases, it’s a necessary part of your degree or course. If you need to do an internship for your studies or you simply feel it is the missing piece to your résumé or CV, then why not find an internship placement abroad? And why not choose to do it in Spain?

Here are our top reasons why studying an internship in Spain can make a big difference, not only professionally but personally too!


  1. Hands on experience

Undoubtedly one of the best reasons to do an internship is to gain practical experience in your field. If you do have a career path in mind and you already have some experience in your own country, then why not see how this field operates in Spain? It can broaden your horizons and definitely make a difference to your education and global awareness!

  1. Boost your CV

With an international internship to your name, employers will take note and it can set you apart from the crowd. It definitely shows you are unafraid to move out of your comfort zone and try something new. What’s more, you’ll have better employment opportunities if businesses are looking for global progression or looking for somebody with more to offer!

  1. International networking

Working abroad brings with it the opportunity to meet a lot of people, from many countries. Valencia in particular is a city with a big international network when it comes to business. It’s important that you apply yourself to the internship and get the most out of it, as the more connections you make, the more opportunities you’ll be exposed to.

  1. Language learning

Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world, so taking an internship in Spain would be really beneficial. It would open up a lot of doors for you if companies are looking to hire bilingual employees. Also, on a personal level, you can experience the Spanish culture and enjoy the wonderful food, climate, people, traditions, beaches…you get the idea!

  1. Once in a lifetime experience

If you are currently taking a gap year, coming to the end of your studies or transitioning between careers, what better way to use your free time than combining a Spanish experience with professional development? Overall, it will create lifelong experiences and friendships, and memories you won’t forget!

 

If you want to find out more about internship opportunities in Valencia then click here to take a look at our Internship options.

Or if you need some guidance on how to choose the right internship? Check out our blog.


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