A placement is good for your CV and development, but have you ever considered a placement abroad? With the internationalization of higher education, it has become increasingly easy for students to spend time studying abroad. This is not only a valuable experience that helps to strengthen your CV, but is also useful in terms of your personal development.
There are costs associated with studying or following a placement abroad. On My University you can find information about grants, prizes and funding. Find out about this well in advance – the deadlines for many grant applications are well before you actually go abroad. It’s also a good idea to apply for more than one grant at the same time. You will stand the best chance if your application aligns with the target group for the funding.
In- and outside the University of Groningen there are many organisations that can help you realizing your plans to go abroad for placements or work.
- University of Groningen: For more information on what you should do before going abroad for an internship, see the placements abroad page on the website of the University in Groningen. Information on placement vacancies and final-year projects for students can be found through various sources, including the placement coordinators at the faculties . In addition, there are also many internships on Career ConNEXST, located on Nestor career tab
- AIESEC: You can also contact AIESEC, an international students organization that is located in over 124 countries. AIESEC offers many professional and voluntary placements. See their website for more information
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