Fully funded Erasmus+ internship in Seville

SPAIN / Brighton 3rd Sector Training

B3st is offering EU funded work placements in the Erasmus + programme within the community development and Education sectors.

Placements are available in a range of organisations in the areas of Teaching, International Development, Local Development and Education, Project Support, Ecology and Research.

Placements are 13 weeks long and include Spanish tuition, a Level 3 Award in either European Community Development or Education and Training (ETAB), and English speaking support staff based in Seville. Participants will develop their experience in their sector, whilst having the additional challenge of working in another culture and developing their European work experience and skills.

The funding covers flights, insurance, airport transfer on arrival, accommodation and bills, management and monitoring, language support, Level 3 course and exam fees, administration and 100 euros per week allowance.

The programme is open to those with the right to live and work in the UK and Spain, excluding Spanish nationals (Erasmus + does not allow mobilities in the same country of nationality).

In order to be eligible, you also need to be a UK resident, a first time participant of Erasmus Plus and not be a student by the start of the placement in January. You will be expected to attend preparatory training at our Brighton or London premises before departure in January 2018.

More details and application forms can be found at http://www.b3st.org.uk/opportunities

For more info contact: info@b3st.org.uk

Nationalities Accepted: EU nationals only

Expires: Dec 1, 2017

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