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HRM Assistant
[santiago]
Writing newsletters, taking calls from prospective candidates and screening them as required, assisting in writing advertisements
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Why do an internship in Spain?
For many years Spain has been a popular travel destination. Sun, sea, beaches, culture and nature: Spain has got it all. In this beautiful country, you will find marvellous (historic) cities, overwhelming architecture, delicious food and a great atmosphere in all the cities. It is a great option when looking for an internship abroad.

Spain has gone through a great economical development over the past years and now belongs to one of the most important economies in Europe. Many multinational corporations have opened offices here. The fact that Spanish is spoken within more than 40 countries by over 400 million people worldwide, makes the knowledge of this language an absolute plus for your future careers as well. Because Spaniards themselves usually do not speak other languages very well, it can be a great benefit for companies to place an international student. There are many affordable options to fly to several destinations within Spain, whilst still having the opportunity to return to your home country for important occasions; this makes Spain a perfect option for an internship abroad.

Valencia
Valencia, one of the most beautiful cities in Mediterranean Spain, has become better known to the outside world in recent years due to appealing events such as the Formula 1 and the America's Cup Sailing race. Spaniards and (international) students have been coming to his amazing city on the Mediterranean coast for decades though and are well aware of what it has to offer! After Madrid and Barcelona it is the third largest city in Spain. Every year thousands of students study at the Universidad de Valencia. The many (international) students create a lively and relaxed atmosphere. Due to the pleasant Mediterranean climate, you will have warm summers and mild winters which makes it nice to stay here all year round. There are plenty of things to do in and around the city. There is the historic city centre which keeps the city's old traditional culture almost entirely intact, which contrasts with the new modern futuristic architecture, a city beach with a lively boulevard, a beautifully landscaped park which surrounds the entire city centre and an amazing, open all hours nightlife scene, all of this makes this city worth visiting. If you want to learn Spanish in Valencia without doing an internship or voluntary work program, we can recommend both Linguaschools Valencia and Estudio Hispanico.

Facts
Population: 800.000
Currency:

EURO

Climate: summer 30°C winter 16°C

   
To do:
 
  • Pay a visit to one of the attractions or just walk around in the Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias
  • 24/7 parties during the world famous Las Fallas festival (March)
  • Take a bike and cycle through the Turia 'river'
  • Discover historic Valencia including Plaza de la Vírgen, Lonja de la Seda and her Basílica de la Virgen de los Desamparados
  • Relax at the beach or in Parque Natural de la Albufera
  • Do not forget to try the Paella which originated here in Valencia.
 



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