Easily find French students interested in internships.
Hundreds of French students find internships in companies, hotels, multinationals and Start-Ups thanks to the publication, student orientation and pre-selection processes of IES Consulting.
Our team has a close and trusting relationship with numerous universities in the main French cities and with the numerous and well known Ecoles de Commerce.
Every season we usually have French candidates interested in doing internships in marketing, sales, digital marketing, translation, logistics, import-export, tourism, events or communication, among others.
Finding French interns is part of our daily work since 2005 when we started working with the Universities of Northern France, bringing their young people closer to international companies in Barcelona.
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What types of practice do French students do?
The French education system is divided into three stages: primary school, secondary education and higher education. From 6 to 16 years old, education is compulsory, free and secular. During these years, primary and secondary education follow one another. The following three years take place at the lycée and at this level students can choose from three different itineraries: professional (to jump into the job market), technological (for higher technical studies), general (to go to university).
Depending on the training model chosen by the students, they may be BTS (Brevet de Technicien Supérieur, in French, or Diploma de Technicien Supérieur, in Spanish), final year students or master’s students. Native French students who come to do an internship in Spain are usually studying at Technical Teaching Centres, Grandes Écoles and specialised schools or universities.
Each level of study is achieved by acquiring European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) credits. If you want to know more about the French education system, you can do so on the European Commission’s website