The Process

At Internship Makers we make life easier for you and ensure that your placement is done in the least time possible. That is why we have set up a simple process that allows you to get an internship abroad and get to your destination in only 6 steps !

Our 6 easy steps to intern abroad

Step 1 – Registration
Fill out your registration form, choose your destination and package

Step 2 – Personal interview with Internship Makers
An Internship Makers agent will contact you to better understand your needs and your profile. This will help us in finding you the perfect internship.

Step 3 – Internship search
An Internship Makers agent, recruitment professional, will send you a list of several internship offers that match your request. You will rank the offers by order of preference. Then, we will review your CV and send it to the companies you chose. We send only one CV per internship offer we have so that you are not in competition with other Internship Makers’ students.

Step 4 – Interview with the company
As soon as we receive a positive answer from a company that wants to interview you, an 80 Euros deposit is required. Internship Makers will help you prepare this interview to ensure you succeed, thanks to an advice booklet and pre-interviews in English (or Spanish or French) with one of our agents.

Step 5 – Signature of your training agreement
When the company decides to take you on board, to receive your internship agreement signed by this host company, we do request payment of the balance due, which includes your particular package and any additional services you’ve chosen.

Step 6 – Departure preparation
Internship Makers provides you at no charge a practical handbook, depending on your chosen destination, a city map and a public transportation map, as well as a handy « help you guide» that you’ll want to keep with you at all times (useful addresses, telephone numbers, etc)

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