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If you are looking for scholarship holders with native Spanish, you should know that at IES Consulting, we interview every week children from all over Spain and from countries such as Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Ecuador or Peru.

Our consultants know in detail the procedures necessary for the completion of internships for non-EU students in Europe and provide advice on obtaining visas.

Every semester we help companies, multinationals, hotels, SMEs and start-ups to find scholarship holders with native Spanish through remote selection processes.

 Finding students with native Spanish from Spain or Latin America is within the reach of any company thanks to our relationship with hundreds of universities throughout Latin America and Spain.

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Spanish and Latin American Students: Profile, Interests and Expectations

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What kind of practice do native Spanish and Latin American students do?

Internships for both Spanish and Latino students can be either curricular (mandatory) or extracurricular (voluntary). The curricular practices are those that appear in the curricula with the corresponding allocation of credits. The extracurricular practices are those that the students carries out voluntarily during the validity of the registration. There are schools that allow graduates to do internships during the first year after graduation.

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What are the internship agreements for Spanish and Latin American students?

Internship agreements are training agreements signed between the educational institution (university, school, etc.), the company and the higher education student. The bureaucratic procedures for drawing up traineeship agreements usually take an average of 3 to 4 weeks. The relationship established between the company, the training centre and the student is strictly academic and in no case employment. At IES Consulting we work with internship agreements and NOT with internship contracts.

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At what time of the year can they do their internship?

In general, Spanish and Latin American students can do their internships throughout the year. In any case, it depends on the training conditions of each student and must be evaluated individually. At IES Consulting we recommend publishing the internship offers for native and Latin American Spanish students well in advance of the date on which you wish to receive the scholarship holder in order to avoid possible delays due to bureaucratic procedures with schools or universities.
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Duration - How long does an internship agreement last?

For Spanish and Latin American interns who are doing internships in companies, the school or university generally determines the duration of the internship depending on the type of training; in these cases the average is 5 months.
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Timetable - What are the usual working hours for interns?

Students must take advantage of the working day established by the company. They usually work full time; part time is also a possibility. The inclusion of the number of weekly hours of practice is one of the conditions of the internship agreements for native and Latin American students.
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Remuneration - How much does a Spanish or Latin-American student usually receive?

Usually, companies provide financial advantages that cover the minimum expenses of students. All internships managed through IES Consulting are remunerated. The average financial remuneration expected for a native Spanish and Latin American student is 500€.
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Languages – What languages do they speak?

Native Spanish and Latin American students in general speak Spanish and/or English. The average English for a Spanish student is A2; while Latin-American students have an average level of B2, they may even speak another language if they move to another European country.
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Age – How old are they usually?

Native Spanish internship students in Spain are usually between 21 and 25 years old. While Latin American students are usually between 25 and 30 years old.
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Experience – Do they have profesional experience?

Spanish students do not usually have work experience. Most of the Latin-Americans who come to Europe to do their internships are already professionals with some kind of degree and usually have work experience. At IES Consulting we recommend that you be flexible in your requirements regarding the work experience of the students.

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On the education and professional practices of Latin-American students

Basic education in…


The educational levels in Latin America can be evaluated in different ways, by quality, development, accessibility, among others. Primary education is generally compulsory, free and provided by the state in most countries. The average duration of studies in primary schools is twelve years, in some cases eleven years. The duration of university studies is usually five years. The majority of Latin-American students who do their internships in Europe come mainly from Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Ecuador. In these countries, compulsory education occurs between the ages of 3 and 17. While higher education is between the ages of 18 and 22.

If you want to know more about the Latin American educational system, you can do so on the website of the Organization of Latin-American States.


Basic education is compulsory and free in publicly funded schools. It covers ten years of schooling and is divided into two stages: Primary Education, taught in Primary Schools. It comprises six academic years, usually between the ages of 6 and 12. Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO), which is taught in secondary schools between the ages of 12 and 16. At the end of this stage, students receive their first official certification, the Graduate Degree in Compulsory Secondary Education, which allows them access to Higher Secondary Education or the world of work.

If you want to know more about the Spanish education system, you can do so on the European Commission’s website.

Higher education in…


In general, in Latin America, the duration of each of the higher education courses is 2 to 3 years for Higher University Technicians; 3 to 5 years for Bachelor’s Degrees; 1 to 5 years for Specialization; 2 years for Master’s Degrees; and 3 more years to obtain a Doctorate degree. These training structures are successive, which means that for a Master’s degree, for example, a total of 7 years have been studied (5 years of bachelor’s degree plus 2 years of master’s degree). The Latin American students who come to Europe to do an internship are usually students or recent graduates of Higher University Technician, Bachelor’s Degree, Specialization or Master’s Degree. Depending on the training model chosen by the Latin scholars, they may be undergraduate students in Business Administration and Management (BBA), Economics, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, Commercials, Sales and Tourism.


In Spain, higher education includes professional and university studies. Higher level vocational training is provided in the same centres as intermediate level vocational training, and university studies in universities. Depending on the type of training chosen by the students (school or university), if the practice is curricular, it is not possible to do it until a minimum number of credits have been passed. Native Spanish students who wish to do their internships in companies in Spain come from vocational training (vocational training) which usually lasts about two years and offer internship agreements for their students, who are generally from the Tourism, Business Administration, Marketing and Economics sectors. Even native Spanish Master’s students are usually from the tourism sector and are looking for internships as hotel managers.

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