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.
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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.
Kelly Westra was studying to become a Management Assistant in the Netherlands when she decided to do a ten week internship in London. Luck had it that our Dutch country manager, Monique Jongen, was looking for someone to help her at the same time. Everyone in the ADC College team absolutely loved Kelly. This is her story.
Adriána Gazdíková is a Slovak student who took part in the Internship Programme about a year and a half ago, interning in the marketing department of ADC College. We were curious to find out what she has been up to since then. Did her Erasmus+ journey influence her life in any way? What did the experience teach her? We reached out to the 20-year-old to see where her passion for marketing has taken her.
Stefan Juchem is an economy and accountancy student from Germany who recently visited London with our Internship Programme. He wrote an article for his blog about how to be money savvy in London and we have had the pleasure of republishing it here.
The Internship Programme makes it possible for vocational students in Europe to do an internship in London or Dublin as part of EU venture Erasmus+. One of the most common struggles our work experience students face upon arrival is understanding the importance of good communication. Perhaps you are one of them? To prepare for your challenging internship, we have put together ten communication guidelines that will help you make the most of your stay.
We recently received an email from one of the supervisors at Your Travel Family, a tour company based in London, who thanked us - in capital letters - for placing one of our students with them. Her name is Andrea Gula and on the back of the nice feedback we decided to make her our Student of the Month!
ADC College is now organising internship projects in Dublin! So perhaps it is time to scrub up on your cultural knowledge of Ireland? Meet some of the Emerald Isle's most famous mythological creatures, from a wailing woman who can predict the deaths of the future to a patch of grass that will make your stomach rumble...
Say hello to our new Student of the Month: Lucia Bajakova! The 18-year-old first set foot in London a few weeks ago and impressed us with her positive attitude and energy while working at the Special Yoga Foundation. We spoke to her about taking the first steps into adulthood and learning to trust your own abilities.
Since the start of this year, ADC Collage has extended the Internship Programme to the Irish capital of Dublin. Great news, right? Here are six sites you simply can't miss.
During the Internship Programme, vocational students from all over Europe have the opportunity to gain work experience in a London or Dublin organisation. Our placements range from nurseries and care homes to travel agencies and IT businesses. Sounds amazing, right? But plenty of our students are also anxious and worried they might make a bad impression - I mean, who wouldn't? So we have put together a step-by-step guide to what your first day might look like and how you can make the most of it.
Has the thought of moving abroad ever crossed your mind? After participating in the Internship Programme, many of our students get the taste for working and living abroad and decide to take the leap and move somewhere new. But what is it like to build a life in another country? Check out our list of 6 life lessons every emigrant can identify with.
A few weeks ago, we received a letter from one of our work placement partner about a particular hardworking student. His name is Gökai Aktan and he is a 19-year-old economics student from Germany who recently concluded the Internship Programme. Say hello to our new Student of the Month!
Over the next few months we will introduce seven curious people who changed the world. Meet investigative reporter Nellie Bly...
As a young soon-to-be graduate, there are fun and creative ways in which you can boost your CV and learn about your industry outside of school. Blogging is one of the most visual and immediate ways in which you can showcase your passion and ambition. Here is a step-by-step guide to creating a successful blog.
Eva Oláhová is a Slovak student who took part in the Internship Programme more than a year ago, interning as a receptionist at an IT company in London. We were curious to find out what she has been up to since then...