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 carreer starting internship opportunities in neutral science:
Engineering Geophysics Internship
Content Marketing Internship – Life Sciences
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
Registration Link >>>
(Please note that: All sessions will be recorded and shared with anyone who signs up!)
Mr. Antonio Ferreira, Psychology with Neuroscience student, University of Essex,
Research Consultant Intern for The Insight Focus Company
, Shanghai, China
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:
✔️Do you want to apply for an Erasmus+ sholarship?
✔️Are you stucked with the application?
✔️Would you like to know more about your opportunities?
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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):
✔ Digital Marketing >>>
✔ Human Resources >>>
✔ Financial Analyst >>>
✔ International Sales >>>
✔ International Market Research >>>
They take into account the current epidemiological situation so that the internship is remotely available to students.
You can send your application to: email@example.com
Erasmus Generation Napoli is a non-profit Association created in 2017, in Naples, by Neapolitan and International students, who have decided to help and support all the International Erasmus Students coming to their city.
Their internships could last from two months to one year, according to the desire of the student. They propose internships in communication, organisation of the events, prospection of future students and partnerships (administrative and some HR tasks), and all tasks that can help us in the growth of the association. They can also have several interns at once.
If you are interested the following contact options are available:
Facebook page >>>
Email address : firstname.lastname@example.org
WhatsApp number : +39 320 316 5266 / +39 366 973 4429
Instagram page : erasmusgeneration_napoli
You can inquire about Erasmus at Kolos Adorján on the email addresses below:
Our key corporate partner, ExxonMobil, is supporting a research project aimed at mapping job opportunities in the energy industries among Generation Z.
Help them by filling out the form at the link >>>
One of the main goals of the University of Pannonia is to adapt its education to the needs of the labor market. The university seeks to develop corporate collaborations in which its partner is an active participant in educational and research processes and, through their internship programs, participate in the career-conscious development and motivation of students. To achieve this, the University of Pannonia has signed a framework cooperation agreement with the ExxonMobil Business Support Center.
The ExxonMobil Business Support Center awaits purposeful, curious and motivated students who seek challenges and become active participants in the multicultural environment that ExxonMobil provides them with their youthful impetus and thirst for knowledge. In Hungary they focus mainly on controlling and commercial activities, so it has strengthened its relationship with the Faculty of Business and Economics.
This cooperation does not rely solely on short-term internships. Within the framework of closer cooperation, it proposes topics for dissertations and diploma theses, contributes to the organization of case study competitions, and professionally supports the preparation of students for the Scientific Student Conference.
The University of Pannonia and ExxonMobil build on each other’s professional experience, so they organize courses and trainings for effective knowledge sharing.
The ExxonMobil offered scholarship opportunities, conference participation, and sponsorship of competitions to the University of Pannonia, with which they contribute to the development of university talent and the achievement of excellence. The university provides an opportunity for ExxonMobil Business Support Center professionals to share their knowledge with future generations as guest speakers and contribute to practice-oriented, collaborative education.
The cooperation framework agreement was signed on behalf of the University of Pannonia by Dr. András Gelencsér, Rector and Chancellor Zsolt Csillag, on behalf of the ExxonMobil Business Support Center by Jeroen Kirschbaum and Jeroen Strating at the headquarters of ExxonMobil in Budapest.
ExxonMobil, one of the world’s leading energy companies, is launching a competition for students about economic development and climate protection, responsible and clean energy usage, energy system transformation, the innovative reconciliation of conventional and renewable energy resources. The demand for energy is growing worldwide while new challenges are being posed by a changing globe. Trends shaping our world highlight the importance of responsible energy management. Our demand for energy is constantly growing, but the resources available are limited. Therefore, we need to use the available resources more efficiently, along with new technical solutions and their smart applications. In the future, in the name of sustainable development, especially if we want to meet the increasing demand for energy, every form of energy, including natural gas and renewable resources will be needed to meet the global and European emission reduction targets.
How can increasing demand for energy in the world be met while reducing carbon footprint as required by climate protection goals and calls for energy transition and responsible energy consumption? How can civilization and the need for an improving standard of living be reconciled with climate protection goals? How can responsible energy consumption be increased, and sustainability requirements met at the same time?
Who is Eligible to participate in the Competition?
The announcer invites applications from
– university students studying in Hungary or
– PhD students studying in Hungary or
– professionals and teams participating in joint research and development projects with Hungarian universities
who shall demonstrate a concept for development or an actual development project in the field of energy science.
Applicants must register in advance until September 25, 2020 Here >>>
All materials must be uploaded to the competition website until October 21, 2020
You can read more about the competition here >>>
The University of Maribor Faculty of Economy and Business International Relations Office offers a Traineship opportunity for administrative work between 1st October 2020– 31th March 2021 .
You can apply for Erasmus+ as well.
More information available here>>>
Deadline for application: 7th of September 2020.
Where to apply for Erasmus +?
Veszprém: Kolos Adorján, Directorate of Academic Affairs, International Office, Office no. 5, Building „A” (10 Egyetem utca)
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org