A training agreement is basically a document that defines the nature of your internship or placement. It is issued by your current or former university or your educational institution and serves to prove that the internship would be as a part of your studies and related to your education. The agreement is signed by the sending institution (university), the receiving company, and you, the intern. Spain internship cannot and does not provide training agreements; this is just an informational article.
Whether you are currently studying or a recent graduate, we require you to be able to get a training agreement from your university or private academic school. Without the training agreement, we unfortunately cannot help you, as Spanish legislation requires the interns to provide one.
WHAT SHOULD A TRAINING AGREEMENT INCLUDE?
The following points are what training agreements usually include, but are not limited to these:
Contact & personal information
University / Sending Institution
Supervisor / international office contact
Educational objectives of the internship
Tasks of intern
Dates of internship
Company / Host organisation
Information about the company
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE INTERNSHIP
In this area, normally privacy regulations are included, as well as insurances and responsibilities.
SIGNATURES OF EACH PARTY
Important note: Internships Germany does not provide training agreements or internship contracts for your internship. We connect students and educational institutions with companies, therefore all the documentation should be provided by an officially recognised educational institution.