Are you searching for an internship abroad? We are hiring! We are looking for Languages or Tourism degree European students. The only two requirements are being able to take part in an Erasmus program and having the option to do an internship. Do you meet those two? We will be glad to meet you!

If you want to visit Spain, learn the Spanish language with native-speaker teachers for free, get to know the local culture and meet many people from different parts of the world, this is a great option for you. Do an internship in our school!

Our school Inhispania is located in the center of Madrid, near Gran Vía Street, the Retiro Park and Puerta del Sol Square. You will be able to go anywhere on foot. Every year we welcome more than 1,500 students with different backgrounds and nationalities and organise activities for you to learn about the local culture, travel a bit and make friends.

The duration of the internship may be 3 to 6 months, and you will not have to worry much about the red tape, as we will do it for you with your University. You only have to worry about what to bring in your suitcase! Tip: 📸 is a must😉

What is next? What do you need to do? Choose between these options:

  • Send an email to info@inhispania.com
  • Make a phone call to +34915212231
  • Send a WhatsApp message to +34616995490

Note: The internship is not remunerated, although we offer you free Spanish classes and free activities to discover the city of Madrid and the Spanish culture during your stay.

We will be very happy to welcome you in our team! See you soon in Spain. 💗

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My experience as an intern at Inhispania

Hi, I’m Dominika, an intern at Inhispania. I am from Poland and I studied Romance Philology at the Catholic University of Lublin, which I finished few months ago. After that, I decided to do this 6 months internship in Spain. I wanted to learn Spanish and get my first experience at work. I was not sure about which city would be the best for me, but finally I chose Madrid because here there is always a lot going on.

During these almost two months that I have spent here so far, I got to know the Spanish culture very well thanks to being surrounded by local people all the time. I have visited many museums and interesting places in Madrid, as well as travelled to smaller towns such as Segovia. I managed to do a big part of those things thanks to the activities offered by the school. Every week Inhispania organizes different things to do that let the students and the interns get to know other international people. Because of that, it is very easy to make friends from many places all around the world.

On a daily basis, I spend most of my time working at the reception doing easy tasks like organizing some of the documents or buying day-to-day-use things needed at school. I’m also in charge of preparing materials for the teachers that they use in the courses, in which I also have the possibility of attending to for free. The level of my Spanish has definitely improved quickly and without big efforts.

I still have 4 months left to complete my internship and I don’t know what I’ll be doing but I hope I will use this time the best I can to make even more friends and good memories! I really recommend you to do this internship.

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