Internships in the dynamic city of Dusseldorf
The capital of North Rhine-Westphalia is located in the west of Germany, near the Dutch border. With around 604,500 people living there, Dusseldorf is the tenth most populated city in Germany. Its proximity to the Benelux and its international airport are a real advantage for the city's economic development.
If you are interested in banking, advertising, fashion or telecommunications, Dusseldorf is made for you! A lot of companies who developed their activities in these fields are established there. This modern city is particularly famous for its contemporary architecture and its fairs.
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Below you will find more information relating to internships in Dusseldorf.
Dusseldorf, an international business centre on the bank of the Rhine River.
Internship placements are available in many different fields in Germany such as hospitality, marketing and much more. The list fields we offer positions in can be found here.
Benefits of the Internships
The majority of our positions offer a stipend; only a small number of them are unpaid. Some positions offer other benefits such as free accommodation or meals however this is decided by the provider of the position and all benefits will be arranged prior to the commencement of the internship.
Types of Internship
We organise curricular internships as law requires students to be enrolled in an educational institution in order to be able to do a placement. Curricular internships are as a part of your studies where the internship is worth ECTS credits, often as a part of the Erasmus plus programme. These internships typically offer a salary of between 100 and 300 euro per month but they can occasionally be higher.
Our service is a customised search and tailored program service where we will assign one of our agents to you to find you the perfect internship based on your specific requirements. This service includes searching for an internship, interview preparation, documentation assistance and general support. To learn more about how our premium service works please click here.
For EU citizens it is really easy to come to Germany for a placement. To do a curricular internship all you need is a training agreement from your university. A training agreement is a document which outlines the details of your internship and proves that the internship is as a part of your studies. It must be signed by your university, the receiving company and by you, the intern. For non-EU citizens, your internship must be approved by the German Federal Employment Agency. For more information on the requirements of entering Germany for the purpose of completing an internships please follow the link here.
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