Your Basket

No products in the basket.

Internships in Europe

Foyle International has a unique opportunity for Northern Irish locals. Under Erasmus+ (KA1: Mobility of Individuals), young people can live and work abroad in Europe, fully funded by the European Union. It is an opportunity to take an internship in the field of hospitality and tourism in a range of destinations across Europe.

Jobs can range from waitering in a bar or restaurant, to working in the office of a travel agency, to working as a beauty therapist in a hotel spa. There is a vast range of jobs available in the field of tourism & hospitality, and you will often be matched to an internship based on your previous experience and skill set.

The internship itself is unpaid but all of your expenses are fully funded under Erasmus+.

Make the most of this opportunity as the UK have now left the European Union and such a unique opportunity may not come around again.

Course Details

  • Hours

    Approx 25-35 hours per week

  • Duration

    4 weeks or 12 weeks

  • Additional Information


    • Unemployed
    • Current students of Vocational and Technical training colleges in Northern Ireland i.e. NWRC, SERC, Belfast Met etc.
    • Students studying a BTEC qualification at secondary schools or colleges
    • Recent graduates

    We are currently only considering fully vaccinated students who are able to travel in Europe under the NI COVID Cert/EU Covid Pass.

Are you an Erasmus+ partner?

Read more about our participation in Erasmus here or get in touch regarding our partnership opportunities

Internships in Europe

Course Description

The internship itself is unpaid, but your expenses are covered for the duration of the programme.


  • Return flights
  • Airport Transfer
  • Travel Insurance
  • Accommodation
  • Food subsistence




No, not necessarily. Many of the destinations in this project are cities where there is generally quite a good level of English spoken. Regardless, the language barrier in any country where you do not speak the language will be a challenge!

However, if you do have a second language, even at a basic level, it is a great way to improve your language skills. In addition, having a second language will increase your internship opportunities; you will be able to have more interactive job if you can converse easier with the locals.

Please complete the application form at the bottom of this page.

You will also need to send us a copy of your CV with a Motivational Letter – outlining the reasons why you want to take part in an Erasmus+ experience (3/4 of a page). Send these to 

Internships in Europe

Local students on previous internships

Not sure if you meet the requirements? Get in touch at or complete an application form.


What Students Say About Internships in Europe

Apply Now

Internships in Europe

Erasmus+ Abroad Expression of Interest

Contact Information

First Name
Last Name
Adress Line 1
Building/Apartment/Suite #
Please tick which of the following apply to you:

Maximum file size: 516MB

Our Accreditations