Find a job or an internship in Spain

In Spain, there are a number of opportunities for paid jobs and internships that allow many students to round off the end of the month. Know that an internship or a job in a European country can always be organized via the Erasmus +

Include services such as language classes or babysitting. You can also work in a bar, either behind the counter as a king of cocktails, or in the street to rake the guests. Fast food is also a vein to exploit.

Find a job
You can benefit from the services of EURES (European Job Mobility Portal), a cooperation network between the European Commission and the national public employment services of the Member States. The network has a database of job offers from member countries, as well as a database containing general information and information on living and working conditions in these countries.

Here are also some websites to consult:

– www.sepe.es

– www.laboris.net

– www.es.jooble.org

– www.segundamano.es

– www.oficinaempleo.com/

– http://www.studentjob.es/

– http://emplea.universia.es/

 

Find an internship
The Franco-Spanish association Dialogo can help you find an internship on the entire Iberian territory. There are nevertheless numerous sites listing internship offers. Here is a selection.

– The site of the Chamber of Commerce of Spain in France, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Franco-Spanish or the Chamber of Commerce of France in Barcelona.

The CursusMundus website.

The search engine Opcion Empleo

Tasnime Raslane, 23, trained in Spain, in Valencia, as part of her BTS Sales and Touristic Productions (currently BTS Tourism) at the Lycée Gregor Mendel.
“With the economic crisis, Spain recruits enormous number of trainees in the hotel sector. So I sent a spontaneous application to the human resources department of a hotel and I was detained!
I chose Spain first for proximity, then to improve my Spanish level a little too academic. In fact, I quickly realized that what you learn at school has nothing to do with what you learn on the spot …
This workshop represents a real challenge for me. I worked in a foreign country with the use of a language that I did not initially master at all. It was a very nice experience, a real open mind and I have an excellent memory. If you want to go to Spain to learn Spanish, do not hesitate to leave alone. We make friends very quickly and we learn much faster!
Once there, do not be afraid to talk or make mistakes. It is your mistakes that will allow you to improve. “

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