Introducing Julia Ullmann, our Dublin Student of the Month! Back home in Germany, she trains as a secretary for foreign languages and arrived in Dublin with the Internship Programme at the start of the year for a placement at the head office of O’Callaghan Hotels.
Jana Louisa Spies is an 18-year-old business and administration student who was offered the chance to go to London with the Internship Programme and do work experience at London charity called The National Algerian Centre. She wrote a letter to us about her experiences and we are proud to publish it here.
In October 2015, Tobias Schüttler spent three weeks interning in the marketing department of the tech company Microlease. We were curious to find out if his time with the Internship Programme has affected him in any way.
We are excited to introduce you to our Dublin Student of the Month: Cihan-Marcel Kartin, a 19-year-old business student from Germany. In this beautiful letter to us, he describes his internal journey prompted by going abroad with the Internship Programme.
This month, we are featuring two London work experience students for our Student of the Month series. We are proud to introduce Thjalda Kerkstra, who arrived in London with the Internship Prorgramme last November. Together with her friend Laura Klok, she is working at Copland's Nursing Home in Wembley for nine successive weeks.
We are featuring two students for London Student of the Month in January. First out is Laura Klok, an ambitious 18-year-old nursing student who is in her third year of nursing school.
It is time for the fifth chapter in our series of curious people who changed the world. Say hello to Rosie Hackett, a famous trade union leader and founder of the Irish Women Workers’ Union.
What is it like to work at beauty salon in London? We asked three German work experience students about their internship projects.
When Eileen Schmidt, a 20-year-old student from Germany, stepped onto a plane destined for London, she had only an inkling of what to expect
We are excited to present our Dublin Student of the Month; Sebastian Böhme! An apprentice from Germany, the 20-year-old recently visited Dublin with the Internship Programme and Erasmus+, a journey that may change the course of his life.
Last time we spoke to Chantal Lamont, she was living it up in London, doing an internship in the HR department of the hotel chain Raddison Blu. A year and a half has passed since then and we decided to check in with the talented Swede to see what has happened since she took part in the Internship Programme.
Pauline Brauner studied English and worked at the market research company Winmark in London thanks to the Internship Programme. We spoke to the 19-year-old about her journey and how Erasmus+ has opened her eyes to living abroad.
To introduce you to our Dublin branch, we decided to interview one of our newest recruits, Janine Duerkop, our Students Services Manager.
One of the aspects of the Internship Programme is that you will have a supervisor introducing you to your new workplace, teaching you the ropes and managing your development. But how do go about making a good impression?
The Internship Programme gave Catharina Menssen the chance to go to Dublin for three weeks and do work experience at Travel Representation Solutions, a marketing agency with focus on the travel industry.
Originally from a small village in Upper Austria, the Internship Programme showed Camelia she is destined for big things. We spoke to the 17-year-old business student about her best moments in London.
Over the next few months we will introduce seven people who changed the world. Meet J.K. Rowling...
What happens after your work experience? We have put together a list that will help you see the bigger picture.
To introduce you to our new Dublin branch, we decided to interview one of our newest recruits, Marcia Costa.
We are proud to introduce our new Student of the Month - Laura Duda - who recently took part in our London Internship Programme, a venture eligible for funding from Erasmus+. Following some very good feedback from one of her co-workers at Sprachcaffe, a language school in Bushey, we decided to reach out to the 19-year-old and ask her a few questions about her two-week trip to the UK.