Internship in Italy
Bella Italia – comprises a mosaic of different landscapes which enchants the hearts of many tourists. Beautiful hilly landscapes, fantastic sandy beaches and breath-taking natural landscapes characterizes Italy as well as the love of live and the pleasure of eating. Life here seems more leisurely and relaxation is written in capital letters in Italy.
But Italy is much more than just “Dolce Vita” and also has a lot to offer to culture lovers. Due to the turbulent history, there is an inexhaustible reservior of monuments, cultural sites, castles and churches in each region.
During a internship abroad in one of the European metropolises Rome or Florence, you will have the opportunity to get to become acquainted with the country and its people, as well as the language intensively while developing further in your career.
At a glance
Cities: You can choose from Florence and Rome.
Length of internship: From 2 to 24 weeks.
Start date: Every Monday, all year round (except in August).
Accommodation: Host family or shared apartment.
Language courses: In Florence it is compulsory to sit a four week preparatory language course and in Rome with a B1 Level of Italian a two week language course before starting the internship.
Specifics: You have to give us 3 differents fields of work. You will receive the information on your work placement during your preparatory language course.
Language skills: You should have a good grasp of written and spoken Italian. You can learn the language or refresh your knowledge with a preparatory course.
Practical experience: Professional experience is not compulsory, although some experience in the area of work is an advantage.
Minimum age: 18 (up to 35).
Nationality: Eu citizens, Swiss nationals, others possible upon request.
Closing date for applications: Three months prior to starting the internship. In urgent cases, please call us as we are able to organise express work placements.
• Extensive guidance and support prior to departure.
• Job application training (Help writing your application).
• On-site support from a PractiGo coordinator.
• Direct contact in the workplace.
• Certificate of internship from the employer upon request.
• 24 hour telephone helpline.
• PractiGo travel documents with extensive information and helpful tips.