VOCATIONAL INTERNSHIP

ONE- TO SIX-MONTH VOCATIONAL INTERNSHIP

With an internship of 1-6 months you will get to know Russia, Ukraine or Kyrgyzstan directly and from different sides. With a local company, an NGO or a public institution you will get a deeper impression of everyday life in the host country. Internships are possible in the following countries and towns:

Russia: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Petrozavodsk, Ulan-Ude

Ukraine: Uzhgorod

Kyrgyzstan: Bishkek, Ak-Suu

You usually live with a host family during your internship. You will live in a students’ residence in Moscow and Irkutsk.

Our partner organizations can organize engagements, for example, in the following spheres:  NGO, children’s home, tourism, national library, rehabilitation center for children, agriculture, handicrafts, zoo, radio and a lot more. We would be happy to advise you as your long-term engagement is taking shape.

Requirements:

What you need are initiative, tolerance and commitment in order to be able to make contact with other people and to adapt to the new circumstances. Professional experience is not required. We recommend  taking a language course to start with, if you do not yet speak Russian. This is often demanded. Language course and internship can wellbe combined. But you can also do the two in different towns – one after the other.

Read more about the conditions of participation, costs and registration as Au Pair here

With an internship of 1-6 months you will get to know Russia, Ukraine or Kyrgyzstan directly and from different sides.

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Language course

Take a language course during your stay and learn the language of your host country

Stay with a host family

Living with a host family for some time means seeing the host country through their eyes

Group study trip

Discover Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine or Belarus with your class, club or group

Au Pair

You live and work as an au pair in a Russian family. Your job will be to look after children

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