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10 January 2018 ,  20:35
20 November 2017 ,  09:42

Internship Programme

The Institut Ramon Llull offers an academic internship programme to Catalan Studies students in the University Network of Catalan Studies Abroad. The aim of the internship programme is to enable the students to supplement their academic education and to acquire skills that will enable them to carry out their professional activities in their future jobs within a Catalan-speaking setting.

The internships offered by the Institut Ramon Llull are configured as academic activities that are integrated into the universities’ curricula. As such, they will have academic recognition consistent with the established rules and procedures of each university. The priority areas are translation, copywriting and copy-editing; community management, social media; education; and cultural and tourism management.

Internship Programme Information

OBJECTIVES

  • To facilitate the student’s professionalisation through practical training in a firm.
  • To broaden the student’s knowledge of the Catalan language through language immersion in a Catalan-speaking area.
  • To bring universities and firms closer together and to meet common needs efficiently.

UNDERTAKING INTERNSHIPS, LENGTH AND TIMETABLES

Students may undertake internships in Catalonia in their year abroad or in the final year of their degree courses.

The length of the curricular external internships will be set by the curriculum (a minimum of 3 months and a maximum of 12 months), though the preferred length is 4 months.

The timetables will be set in accordance with the characteristics of the internships and availability within the collaborating entity.

REMUNERATION

The internships will be remunerated in line with each firm or institution’s possibilities.

STUDENT PROFILES

Catalan Studies students taking undergraduate courses in Philology, Modern Languages and Literature, Literary Studies, Humanities, Journalism, Communication, etc. at universities that form part of the University Network of Catalan Studies.

If you fulfil these requirements and are interested in undertaking an internship in Catalonia, please send an e-mail to infollengua@llull.cat or contact your Catalan Studies teacher.

INTERESTED FIRMS OR INSTITUTIONS

Please send an e-mail to info@transferinnova.com and we will provide you with details of the Internship Programme.

DEADLINES

You can apply for an intership with the IRL by means of this form. Applications must be submitted at least 6 months in advance

Sponsors of IRL projects

The Institut Ramon Llull

is a consortium that comprises the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia), Balearic Islands Government and the Barcelona City Council, and its mission is the promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad.

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