The advantages of doing an internship in Spain
Spain is a European country, located in the south of France and east of Portugal. It is one of the most visited countries in the world every year. It is a dream destination for most French students. It is true that Spain has many advantages such as high quality universities, an incomparable quality of life, a more than competitive business network, a dense heritage, as well as a multicultural diversity. Doing an internship is an important experience that is part of the educational program. It represents an opportunity to enter the world of work, while discovering the functioning of a company, its codes and culture. Moreover, doing it abroad is even more beneficial and will allow you to get out of your comfort zone.
Every year, many students go to Spain for an internship, because it has large and dynamic cities such as Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia. Moreover, the administrative procedures are quite easy to go through when living in Spain and you can considerably improve your oral expression. Spanish is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world. There are small companies that are more focused on the service sector, but there are also large international companies in the field of tourism, insurance, technology, catering and many others that you can discover right here. Furthermore, going to Spain for an internship will allow you to discover a new culture because Spain may be a European country, but there are many things that are different from other countries. Indeed, the Spanish have a very particular rhythm unlike France for example. They usually start at 9am and have their lunch break around 2pm. In the evening, they eat around 9-10pm. You will also be able to discover the culinary specialties that are not to be missed. This experience will allow you to enrich yourself on a personal level by meeting new people, discovering a new country and learning to adapt to different environments and by being able to practice a foreign language. It will also allow you to develop an international network and make your resume stand out with an experience abroad.
So what are you still waiting for to come and do an internship in Spain?