Ten trainees of the Dance Studies course studied choreography and dance technique in Grenoble, France, and another ten took part in the Impulz Tanz International Dance Festival in Vienna, Austria. Find out more!
Working abroad may be one of the most beneficial experiences for a college student. It’s a chance to experience new cultures, build new skills and meet people from all over the world! Here are the top reasons to work abroad with IAESTE
Niamh Fahy who studies Engineering in Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) went on an IAESTE traineeship with the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture in the University of Split, Croatia
A ‘Gringo’ Learns the Lingo – and Soil Testing – in Brazil
Neha Choudhary is a software engineer from India. She came to work in Athlone on an IAESTE traineeship in 2012. Five years later, she explains how her IAESTE experience has shaped her life – both professionally and personally!
Do you speak fluently foreign languages and would like to work in the future as a translator? European Parliament offers the opportunity to undertake translation training placements!
SALTO-YOUTH stands for Support, Advanced Learning and Training Opportunities within the Erasmus+: Youth in Action programme, the EU programme for education, training, youth and sport.
Eager to gain technical experience but still studying? With IAESTE, you can do a traineeship abroad while still at university.
Whether you're still in school or a university graduate, vocational education and training can help you prepare for the global jobs market, giving you the skills you need for specific career paths.