Erasmus Plus Mobility in the services sector

The service sector offers many Erasmus Plus internship opportunities in different companies. Find out about the main sectors.

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Learn about opportunities in the services sector


This sector includes a variety of professions related to sales, commerce, reception, management, administration, marketing and communication, and is becoming more and more modern with the constant evolution around us.

 

Sale

The salesperson receives and advises customers. They will also collect payments, provide requested information and record receipts at the end of the day. An internship abroad will allow trainees to discover new sales techniques in a foreign language. Testimonials.

 

Trade

The salesperson will be responsible for developing, generating and promoting a company’s sales, using different methods of prospecting and developing existing customers. An internship in this field will allow trainees to discover new techniques in a foreign country. Testimonials.

 

Reception

The receptionist will be in permanent contact with the clients, as he/she will be in charge of receiving and advising them. They should always give the best possible image of the company. An internship will enable the trainee to develop new skills in a foreign language. Testimonials.

 

Administrative management

The professional will deal with all administrative matters in companies, associations or local authorities, such as documents relating to commercial management. An internship abroad will allow young people to develop new skills.

 

Marketing

The professional will implement a specific strategy to promote a product of your company. They will have to carry out marketing studies beforehand in order to gain a better understanding of the market. An internship abroad will allow young people to develop new marketing skills.

 

Communication

This sector requires many skills, such as organization, creativity and interpersonal skills. The professional must be able to address all audiences and write well. An internship will allow the trainee to develop new skills abroad. Testimonials.

 

Frequently asked questions about traineeships in the service sector


Why do an internship abroad in the service sector?

First of all, an internship abroad will allow trainees to discover new techniques and methods specific to the foreign country. Moreover, it will be an additional experience that will be valued in the CV.

 

Is it possible to do a mobility abroad even if you do not necessarily speak the language of the host country well?

Not all trainees who come to do an internship abroad with Espamob speak the language of the host country perfectly and that doesn’t mean that the mobility doesn’t go well. It is precisely an experience like this that will help you to get to know the language and culture better, as well as to discover the work you like abroad.

 

What is the minimum and maximum duration of mobility in the service sector?

The minimum duration of mobility in the service sector is two weeks. Traineeships usually last between two and four weeks, but can vary. Longer mobilities of up to six months are also possible.

 

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