Internships abroad offer the chance to add something special to your CV, learn new ways of working, understand the culture of another country and improve or learn another language. At the same time it will allow you to put into practice your theoretical knowledge, you will be able to improve on the skills and abilities that you have been working on throughout your degree, such as teamwork, problem solving and interpersonal skills.

If you want to do an internship outside Europe or without the Erasmus + Internship scholarship, you will have to process an educational cooperation agreement, the only difference is that you will be able to work full time throughout the period and you will have to take out a series of extra insurances. .

Find all the information about the Educational Cooperation agreements here.