Meet Jakub Magdolen, a business student from Slovakia who visited Dublin with the Internship Programme and Erasmus+ back in October. He was nominated to Student of the Month for his curiosity and eagerness to make the most of his time abroad and claims he had a great time here and would like to return at some point, or travel other parts of the world with his new-gained confidence and sense of independence.
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Here are five books that will transport you straight to the streets of Dublin, ahead of your actual trip with the Internship Programme!
Since 2012, ADC College has arranged work placements in London companies and Renard Resources - a staffing firm specialising in events and catering - is one of them. We spoke to Neil Preston, Training Director, about the business and what interns can learn from doing work experience there.
This is the story of Michal Halvelka, who travelled to London with the Internship Programme to intern at an IT company.
Stepping out of your comfort zone is no easy matter. Carina Wondollek is a trainee industrial clerk at a German company that deals with filter systems and water treatment for public pools. Through ADC College, she was given the opportunity to travel to Ireland to try out a whole new industry: hotel and tourism.
Jeroen Kamphuis is a marketing student from The Netherlands. He wrote us a letter about London and what he hopes to draw from his Erasmus+ experience.
When we were to choose a Student of the Month, Andrea Palmeová was on everybody’s mind.
The trick, as always, is preparation.
Meet some of the most infamous characters in Dublin myth.
When you do the Internship Programme in London or Dublin, you are accommodated with a local family. Here are five things you should take into account when you are getting to know your host
Tatjana worked at a recruitment agency in London for two weeks. What did she learn from the experience?
What happens if you sprain your ankle during the Internship Programme? You continue as planned (only on crutches)! Ask Sarupriya Sadananthan, who did work experience at a Dublin law firm for four weeks during the summer and had to go to hospital after a small accident.
Living and working in a new city is an experience like no other. The best way to handle it, according to Oguzhan Oezcelikman, a German student who interned at ADC College earlier this summer, is to keep an open mind. The 17-year-old was with us for two weeks and wrote this thoughtful letter about his stay.
Dublin is known all over the world for its charm and welcoming atmosphere. But it also a mystifying place, defined by history. Here are 8 things you would not associate with the Irish capital.
There is no thrill quite like discovering a new city.
What would it be like to do work experience abroad? We asked Aisling Callan, the Programme Manager for Undergraduate and Professional programmes at IBAT College in Dublin, Ireland.
Meet Odin Pockelé, a health and social care student from Belgium who enrolled with the Internship Programme.
A couple of years ago, we told you the story of Manuel Binder, a Business and Logistics Management student from Austria whose performance during the Erasmus+ funded Internship Programme prompted us to nominate him for Student of the Month. We were curious to find out what he has been up to since our meeting.