Easily find English students interested in doing internships.
The prestigious universities of Oxford and Cambridge are just some of the educational institutions with which, year after year, we work with.
All members of our team are fluent in English, in addition to their native language, making the relationship with British universities and business schools fluent and easy.
Since 2005, we have been working with English students interested in internships in areas such as marketing, sales, business development, digital marketing, tourism and communication, among others.
If you are looking for native English interns and you have already realized how difficult it can be to find the ideal intern, contact the IES consulting team and give a successful end to your search.
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English Students: Profile, Interests and Expectations
In England and the rest of the UK, education is compulsory until age 16, and most English children attend private or public schools. The English education system is divided into “Key Stages”, from 1 to 5, which correspond to the total number of courses or years (years) up to 13. Primary education corresponds to key levels 1 and 2, from grades 1 to 6 to 11, and mathematics, English and science are compulsory. Secondary education corresponds to key stages 3 and 4, i.e. from grades 7 to 11 up to the age of 16. In Grade 10, they start preparing for the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) exams, after which students are free to choose whether they want to continue their studies in the English education system or start a professional life. For this reason, those who decide to continue their studies at the third or university level begin to prepare for the “A” or “A-Levels” examinations. The higher the score on these examinations, the more likely it is that students will be able to enter the universities of their choice. In these examinations, between 4 and 6 subjects are generally assessed.
Higher education institutions structure their programmes in a two-level framework: Bachelor’s degree (bachelor’s degree; short programmes); Postgraduate (master and doctorate). Institutions determine their own admission policies and there are wide variations in competition for places. Students with English as their mother tongue who come to Spain for an internship are generally undergraduate students.
If you want to know more about the English education system, you can do so on the European Commission’s website.