The first two years of study include two obligatory apprenticeships to consolidate knowledge gained and turn it into tangible skills tested in real-life situations.
Every year, you will be able to enjoy a period of work experience abroad.
This will give you an opportunity to work in contact with professionals from a range of countries, gaining experience in the international jobs market and developing both culturally and professionally.
You can organise the apprenticeships abroad, by making a request with the Matching Department, which will take steps to contact the Foundation’s partner companies. If you have personal contact with foreign companies, these can be presented to the department, which will set up new partnerships where possible.