Complement theirs Career to an international experience and make an internship in a German company after your German course. This is how you train German and get to know a German company.
This program may only be booked in combination with a Standard, Intensive or Premium Course of at least 4 weeks!
We will convey you with an (unpaid) internship in Berlin – condition is that you take part before in a min four-week German course. SprachAcademy has already convey internships. Amongst other things in kindergartens / gymnasiums, an engineering office and a hospital. We arrange 40 internships every year.
Duration of internship and Areas of practice
Duration min. four weeks and max. three months.
789,00 € – placement fee + tuition fee for German course of min 4 weeks including a one-time registration fee
knowledge of German on level B1 by the time you start the internship. The participants must in a SprachAcademy German course of min. 4 weeks belegen. German language skills are decisive factors for how long a German course has to be taken. As a rule, a participant without German skills needs six months to complete the level B1 (calculate about 2 months per level, that is, A1 – A2 – B1 = six months). Choose a course HERE
minimum age: 18
finished secondary education
time budget of min. 8 weeks (course + internship)
health and liability insurance (if you don´t have it, you can book it via SprachAcademy)
EU citizenship (incl. Switzerland) or – for citizens of Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan – a working holiday visa. Citizens of other countries need a work permit or a student visa allowing them to work
You will receive a placement certificate from your internship company
No fees are refunded in case of a premature dropping out: Once you accepted a placement, you have a commitment towards your host company and can´t drop out inbetween: host companies expect reliability in your attendance as well as social skills..
Even though in bigger companies staff use English a lot, the common working language in Berlin still is German. And neither companies nor institutions will accept you as an intern, if you don´t speak German on an intermediate level at least.