Internship in Frankfurt
The nickname given to the city of Frankfurt is “Manhattan”, this is because of it's modern appearance. The skyline Is filled with the stock tower and the skyscrapers of the big banks, these are the typical symbols of Frankfurt and will make you feel like your living in an miniature version of New York.
Placements in Frankfurt
Frankfurt is a great place to do an internship, not only will it add great value and experience to your resume but the numerous activities it has to offer are extensive. There are too many things in Frankfurt to sum up. Frankfurt is home to a diverse range of nationalities. You will never be bored with all the activities that Frankfurt has to offer.
The monuments, sporting events, special shopping streets and international restaurants are just a small example of the daily life in Frankfurt.
Of course during the night time you will be immersed by the work hard, play hard mentality of the locals.
Hit up the numerous bars and lounges to relax and have a drink, feel more liking partying and you will have the choice of many different nightclubs, all within walking distance.
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Below you will find more information relating to internships in Frankfurt.
Internship placements are available in many different fields in Germany. The list of all of the fields we offer positions in can be found here.
Benefits of the Internships
The majority of our positions offer a salary; only a small number of them are unpaid. Some positions offer other benefits such as free accommodation or meals however this is dependent on the provider of the position and all benefits will be arranged before 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 post-secondary studies where the internship is worth ECTS credits, often as a part of the Erasmus plus programme. These internships usually offer a salary of between 100 and 300 euro per month but they can sometimes 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 the internship search, preparation for interviews, 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 do an internship in Germany. To do a curricular internship all you need is a training agreement from your university. A training agreement is a document which outlines all the details of your internship which proves the internship is as a part of your post-secondary education. It must be signed by your university, the receiving company and by you, the intern. For non-EU citizens, your internship has to 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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