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ESPA aims to make the transition to come to a foreign country as easy and stress free as possible, especially in the current circumstances, so they have already secured the housing for the students and it will be paid for by the host company.
They offer 3 carrier starting internship opportunities in neutral science:
There are no fees for students or universities to use their services.
– Paid Accommodation.
– Paid Utility Bills (electricity, gas, water and council tax) + Internet Access.
– Commuter travel to work (accommodation will be found within an acceptable commuting distance from the workplace, if that requires more than a sensible walk then a bus/train ticket will be provided).
This will be sourced and managed on the students behalf by ESPA. These benefits have an approximate value of 700€-1000€ per month (depending on location). There is no salary over and above the benefits offered, unless specifically stated as the students keeps their whole Erasmus+ grant. For all internships over 6 months or remote, additional benefits will be paid.
Breaking Through The Wall, is an inspirational share session with four of their amazing interns based in the UK, Thailand and Peru. In less than an hour, you will be inspired and uplifted by their unique journeys working remotely for international companies despite all obstacles. They hope this session will remind all of us why we are so passionate about the work we do, especially during this time of prolonged uncertainty and COVID fatigue.
Date and Time: Thursday, February 25 at 3 pm GMT/10 am EST/7 am PST
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(Please note that: All sessions will be recorded and shared with anyone who signs up!)
Ms. May Vilailuck, MS Science Communication graduate, Imperial College London,
Business Development Intern for Acceler8 Clinical Research, Singapore
Mr. Jorge Hiroshi Román Yseki, International Business graduate, Universidad del Pacífico,
Business Development Intern for Interviewer.AI, Singapore
Mr. Lewis Davison, Law graduate, The University of Law,
Legal Intern for Obaseki Solicitors, London, UK.
Since 1972, AIESEC, the world’s largest youth-led organization started its operations in Hungary. Their aim is to develop the youth by providing leadership experiences with the help of their partners.
If you would like to read more about the program, or plan to become a member, please visit their website:
Book an appointment and ask your questions from the Erasmus+ coordinators and our Erasmus+ scholars.
(Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship holder are not allowed to apply for Erasmus+ scholarships!)
Booking: Kolos Adorján- Institutional Erasmus+ Coordinator email@example.com
Tuesdays between 9-11 & 14-16
Wednesdays between 14-16
Thursdays between 13-15
Martin Mulligan Marketing Ltd offers barcode scanner and wireless handheld equipment sales and repair services worldwide. They sell a broad selection of devices from all OEM’s. They use a consultative approach to meet each customer’s budgetary requirements. Martin Mulligan Marketing Ltd has served clients in the retail sector as well as manufacturing, logistics, healthcare, warehouse and rugged industrial environments.
Now they offers internship positions in (descriptions in the downloadable content):
They take into account the current epidemiological situation so that the internship is remotely available to students.
You can send your application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The GiLE Journal of Skills Development (GJSD)published by the GiLE Foundation is proud to present the GiLE4Youth International Conference, which will be held on the 29th April, 2021. The conference will bring together students and young researchers, as well as offer a unique networking opportunity for teachers, trainers and academics. The GiLE Foundation advocates for the development of specific key competencies among the youth and a greater level of solidarity, collaboration and synergy in youth-focussed initiatives. The conference topics highlight the role of developing character building, digital competencies and communication skills in order to boost youth employability.
Last year has rewritten our plans in many ways and unfortunately has an impact on the Graduation Ceremony as well.
Instead of the traditional way, we look forward to seeing you at a live Online Graduation Ceremony on January 29, 2021, from 3:00 pm on the Facebook page of the Faculty of Business and Economics.
We think you worked hard for your degree and you deserve to celebrate this at least virtually.
The Ceremony strats at 3:00 pm
Placing a memorial padlock on the GTK Graduate Padlock Wall
Welcome speech by Dr. András Gelencsér Rector
Welcome speech by Dr. Beáta Fehérvölgyi Dean
Welcome speech by Dr. Sándor Németh Dean
Welcome speech by President Zoltán Birkner
Farewell student speech
Farewell student speech
The next event of the Lamfalussy Lectures Conference series organised by Magyar Nemzeti Bank, the central bank of Hungary, will be held on Monday, January 25, 2021. Considering the COVID-19 pandemic, for the first time in its history, the annually organized international conference will take place virtually. The Lamfalussy Lectures Conference series, named after Baron Alexandre Lamfalussy, „the father of the Euro”, has become one of the key fora for European and global thinking on economic policy during the years, providing a platform for central bank governors, acknowledged economists, financial professionals and members of the academic sphere to discuss the most compelling and topical issues related to global economic policy.
The live broadcast of the event can be followed on the following sites:
If you are 30 years and younger, tell us your visions of and innovative solutions for the future(s) of tourism and tourism related challenges by means of a text or video presentation by January 2021 – and win 1’000 CHF, get an award, and as winner, first and second runner-up present your idea live at the AIEST anniversary conference in Lucerne, Switzerland (August 29 – September 02, 2021).