FAQ - Internship in Dublin
1. How long does an internship in Dublin last?
An internship in Dublin is possible for a duration of four weeks to six months. With a practical training up to six weeks, there is less flexibility in the industry and the type of activity.
2. Is there a guarantee, that I will work in the field requested?
Although we work together with a large number of companies we cannot guarantee that we can always meet special request. The company must maintain a certain schedule and works with other interns. We always ask the interns about their working areas so that we can offer more interesting possibilities, in the event that the first choice should not be able.
3. What are my tasks during my internship?
An internship is an opportunity to gain practical experience in important areas, to become familiar with operations in the company and to participate in order to obtain a realistic insight into the working world. In addition to the exercise of professional activities, the interns may be assigned administrative work and everyday tasks, where required.
4. Do I get a remuneration?
In general, the internships are unpaid. An internship is an opportunity to gain practical experience in important areas, to become familiar with operations in the company and to participate in order to obtain a realistic insight into the working world. We may provide paid internships at some companies in the hotel industry in particular, which are usually designed to have a minimum of six months.
5. Why should I do an internship in Ireland?
Through an internship in Ireland, you will evolve cultural, linguistic, personal and professional skills. Former interns reported that the internship had numerous values for them. These values include a realistic evaluation of a job in a specific department, the attainment of several behaviors in the working environment and a macroeconomic understanding. Furthermore, it was interesting for the participants to apply the knowledge gained in theory and develop new strength and understandings of different issues.
6. What currency is used in Ireland?
Northern Ireland uses the British pound as its currency, the remaining parts of Ireland is the Euro.
7. Do I need a visa for an internship in Ireland?
For German and European interns a visa for Ireland is not necessary. They can stay longer in Ireland and do not have to report it. You do not need a residence and / or work permit.