Our Spanish and Company Placement programme in Cadiz
Do you want to gain work experience in Spain but you don’t feel too confident about your Spanish level? With our internship programmes in Cadiz you can make the most of either a two or four-week intensive Spanish course and then from 8 to 16 weeks of internship. This will help you build the necessary self-confidence before you start your internship and give you enough time to adjust to the new city. Whether you’re a student looking for an internship abroad or you just want to boost your CV with some international experience, this is an amazing opportunity not to be missed!
Here in Cadiz, we know it can be challenging to find an internship that’s really suited to you – let alone begin to organise it all from another country. That is why we do it all for you! We work with a variety of industries, including law firms, import and export, marketing, hospitality and more. And throughout your stay we are here to coach you and help to process run smoothly. What are you waiting for? Find out more.
Do you dream of having a good work-life balance and avoiding the stress of working and commuting in a big city? Well, Cadiz is doubtlessly the right place for you! Fantastic seafood, bars and restaurants all around, sunny weather all year long and the best urban beaches in Spain is what you’ll find when you arrive in Cadiz. Not to mention the beautiful historic city center, packed with remarkable architecture.
And if you really get tired of all that art and history you always have the option of taking a surfing class by the Atlantic Ocean. And the location of Cadiz also helps in terms of business opportunities too. Companies in Cadiz are frequently internationally-oriented, given its proximity to the ocean and to bordering countries. Working here, alongside picking up great CV skills, you will meet a lot of people and have the chance to make new friends and network too. Whatever your reason for choosing Cadiz, you won’t regret it!
What industries can I intern in?
We predominantly work with Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) who are actively seeking international interns and operate across a range of sectors including:
- Chemical industry/Engineering
- Law Firms
- Marketing and Communications
How does it work?
Email us your CV and a Presentation Letter.
We’ll have a chat via phone to fully understand your objectives regarding your internship. We’ll then have a look at the available internships and pick the one that best suits your profile.
Travel to Cadiz and start your intensive Spanish course!
On your first day of work, we’ll take you to your host company and introduce you to the staff. After that, we’ll keep in touch and give you assistance and guidance during your whole stay.
We batch our internship programmes in Cadiz as follows: intensive Spanish course (2 or 4 weeks) + Internship at the host company (from 8 to 16 weeks). Extra weeks of Spanish lessons are available upon request. It’s important for us to receive your application a minimum of 8 weeks in advance, in order to identify the best match for you. We advise non EU citizens to send their applications in before the 8 week advance period, to prevent any delays in the visa acquisition progress.
You can start your course on any Monday.
|Dates: Any Monday|
Don’t know your Spanish level? Take this quick test and find out.
- 2 or 4 weeks of Spanish classes + 8-16 weeks of internship
- 20 Spanish lessons per week (50 mins each)
- Spanish classes from 9:15 to 13:00
- 6-10 students in every class
- Minimum age 18
- For levels A2 (pre-intermediate) and above
What our students say
I loved the classes and think they helped me advance my ability to speak and understand Spanish. My teachers were both wonderful professionals. Again, I was impressed with the facilities offered. All the staff always appeared happy & willing to assist. After my Spanish course, I did an 8-week-internship in a hotel, working in different departments and it really was worth it. I learned a lot and continued practising and improving my Spanish. Really recommend it!Paolo Conradi
I would qualify Chiqui as an outstanding teacher. She not only showed all the qualities mentioned in the questionnaire, she also was able to transmit her enthusiasm for the Spanish language and for the local culture to our very diverse group of students. My internship was also very good, working with the locals and knowing more about the traditions and daily life. I´m thinking about moving to Cadiz. I really felt like at home from the first moment.Margit-Haenseler