Internships Abroad in Seville

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Adelantes programs are meant to be an equal balance of cultural immersion and work experience. This is exactly what you'll be getting in Seville, Spain. Seville is one of Spain's most beautiful cities and serves as the capital of Andulusia. Located in iconic southern Spain, the Andalusia region is unlike any other part of the world. Seville also serves as the cultural and financial center ...

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Interns in Seville will experience the capital of Andalusia and Spain's 4th largest city. Enjoying culture from the Romans, Visigoths, Muslims, Jews and Christians throughout the ages, and serving as the focal point of the Spanish Renaissance, Seville is rich in history and tradition.

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Spain Internship offers internship positions as English teaching assistants for children for a new language school in Spain. Duties and responsibilities include providing support to children during classes, helping develop learning programs and adapting materials to the English level of students, motivating and encouraging pupils. Interns have the option to work either in Madrid, Huelva, Ronda,...

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Intabroad places students and graduates from all over the world in paid internships with top Spanish companies in a number of different fields. Working abroad, interns develop the practical work experience and the Spanish language skills that are essential for any career with international reach. We offer guaranteed placement and paid internships in human resources, supply chain logistics, s...

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This is an amazing opportunity to upgrade your resume, get fluent in Spanish and be inmersed in a new culture. To use our services, you must select the city and the sector in which you are interested in working. A wide range of sectors are available such as education, communications, teaching languages, healthcare, environmental science, psychology. the list goes on.. This is a great way ...

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Gain professional experience through the Spanish Studies Abroad Semester Internship in Seville, Spain. This program is specifically designed for you to experience Spanish work culture in a field that matches your professional goals and interests. The program structure enriches your integration into Sevillano work culture by providing you with the linguistic and cultural tools necessary for you ...

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Join World Endeavors for an affordable and unique opportunity in Spain! Opportunities are available in Seville and Valencia. Seville, a city of historic architecture and modern flair, is the perfect environment for students, recent graduates, and young professionals. Valencia is a culturally-rich city located on the shores of the Mediterranean. Participants will have the opportunity to choo...

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Completing an internship in a foreign country is an unforgettable experience that will not only help you grow as a person, it will also greatly improve your resume and help you in the professional sector. Spanish is a language that is more and more important in the business world every day. Our Spanish Course + Internship Program, combining a Spanish course which helps you solidify your knowled...

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don Quijote’s Internship Program is the perfect way to put your Spanish skills to use in the professional world. Combining an Intensive Spanish class to hone your skills and then jumping into the “real life” working world is an excellent way to solidify your knowledge and to see all of your hard work put into practice. You will be completely immersed in a Spanish speaking environment, gaining p...

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Native English speakers are invited to take part in a three-week internship program in Seville, Spain. The program is ideal for students with an intermediate level of Spanish and an interest in working with children. The interns will be working with children within the age groups of 3-5 or 6-14 years old at a summer sports camp held at Pablo de Olavide University's campus. They will be assistin...

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Participants begin the program by following an intensive language course for a minimum of four weeks. This process is done to evaluate their language level. The program's internship component provides participants with the necessary communication skills. Program participants also go through personalized interviews that aim to define their capacities and motivations, and to provide them with an ...

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Au Pairs come to Spain to learn the language and culture from inside a Spanish household. They enjoy spending time with and caring for children, and so they choose to be hosted by a Spanish family in exchange for offering to help with child care. Au Pairs typically help children with schoolwork as well, especially with English homework to make the experience a two-way language and culture excha...

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English teaching jobs abroad are a fantastic way to live overseas and get paid to travel the world! Armed with an International TEFL Academy TEFL TESOL certification, you will be able to work abroad teaching English while getting paid. After completing the TEFL training program, you can quickly begin working in major cities throughout the world. Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL)...

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Are you interested in doing an internship abroad? Then, we have the right program for you. Work in a renowned Andalusian company and learn how it runs. Furthermore, you will improve your Spanish skills and gain a lot of international working experience. The students must have at least a B1 Spanish Level to participate in this program. We offer internships in many different sectors: Marketing...

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Interning Abroad in Seville

Seville is one of the less-frequented cities of Spain, and that is precisely what makes it such a rewarding destination for internships abroad. While Barcelona and Madrid may be the country’s two largest and most popular cities, Seville offers interns a highly enriching alternative in the far south of the country. The economic and cultural center of the autonomous community of Andalusia, internships in Seville span a range of fields and plan interns under the backdrop of one of Europe’s most beautiful cities.

Internships in Seville

Spain’s economy took quite a hit in the 2008 recession, but the country has been slowly recovering. Today, there are plenty of opportunities to intern in Seville. The most popular fields for internships in Seville include marketing, education, tourism, and hospitality. With plenty of options, those most important thing to remember is to do your research carefully before deciding where to apply!

Seville is also a major center for arts and architecture, making it a great place to intern in Spain for those interested in the finer aspects of Spanish culture. Looking for an internship in Seville at one of the many museums or art galleries is a good place to start. There are also internship placements in other creative areas too, like in event planning or at architecture studios or firms.

Most internships in Seville will be based in a Spanish-speaking workplace. If you are already adept in the Spanish language, then interning in Seville is a great chance to improve your fluency. If you are still learning the language, you can take advantage of one of the many programs which offer Spanish language courses as a supplement to an internship in Seville.

Internships in Seville tend to last from two to six months, depending on individual availability. Summer is the most popular time to intern in Seville; but be warned, Seville is Spain’s hottest city, with average temperatures climbing as high as 95 degrees fahrenheit at the height of the summer!

Life in Seville

Spaniards tend to live a fairly laid back lifestyle, and Seville is no exception to this cultural norm. Siestas in the afternoon, dinners which don’t begin until 11 p.m., and nights on the town which don’t end until the early morning, are all to be expected. While culture shock might require some adjustment, soon the Spanish lifestyle will become second nature and interns will come to fall in love with Seville as a new home.

Seville is often thought of as the most romantic city in Spain because of its sweeping baroque architecture, pristine setting on the banks of the river Guadalquivir, and cultural adherence to Spanish traditions, such as flamenco, tapas, and bullfighting. The layout of the city is very friendly to bikers and pedestrians, and indeed you will want to spend a lot of time outside, as the sun shines on Seville for much of the year. When you get tired of strolling, you can just hop on one of the busses or metros which connects throughout the city.

Some of the can’t miss attractions in Seville include the Alcazar royal palace, the Seville Cathedral, and the General Archive of the Indies, a Renaissance style building which boasts some of the most important archival documents from the reign of the Spanish empire. With its many museums, galleries, theaters, bars, cafes, parks, and everything else, you can be positive you will never become bored with your free time while interning in Seville!

Salary & Costs

Life in Seville is cheaper than in Spain’s major cities of Barcelona and Madrid, and Spain also is one of the more affordable countries where to intern in Western Europe. All in all you can expect to live comfortably in Seville on about $1,500 total per month, including rent and other costs of living.

Unfortunately, most internships in Spain are unpaid, so you will probably not be making any money to put towards these costs. This being said, some employers will compensate interns in other ways instead, such as with a stipend or by providing meals and transportation.

Accommodation & Visas

Most foreign interns in Seville opt to either find their own apartment or rent out a single room living with locals or international peers. Real estate is fairly affordable in the city, with a one bedroom apartment typically ranging from $500 to $1,000 a month, depending on size and location. Generally you can expect rent to be cheaper the further you live away from the city center.

If you have an unpaid internship in Seville, then you will likely be able to obtain a student or visitor’s visa, which is less of a hassle to get than a work permit. If your internship in Seville is less than 90 days, then you may not have to apply for a visa at all, depending on your home nation.

Benefits & Challenges

Network Globally. Interning in Seville will likely give you the opportunity to network both with locals and other interns from around the globe, expanding your international contacts and making new friends while at it.

Improve Your Spanish. Speaking Spanish everyday in the workplace and in the streets will bring your fluency to a whole new level. If you are trying to learn a language, there is nothing more valuable than living in a place where it is spoken natively.

Prepare For a Life Abroad. Interning abroad in Spain is a terrific opportunity to get a taste of the expatriate life and learn all about another culture firsthand. If you plan on eventually making a career abroad, or in the international sector, an internship in Seville will prepare you personally and make you a more qualified job candidate.

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