How long should the internship last?
EU Travellers doesn’t actually have a minimum duration. Internships can range anywhere from two weeks to 6 months. However, should your internship exceed 6 months, we will do everything to make the necessary adjustments to best suit you.
If the internship doesn’t match my expectations, may the host company be changed?
If you’re having difficulties with the internship, we recommend that you first contact your tutor in order to share your concerns about your internship. Do not hesitate and do it early so you won’t waste precious time. If things don’t seem to be going in the right direction, we’ll contact the company directly to discuss the problem and find a solution. If for any reason we are unable to obtain a satisfactory agreement, we will find you another internship as soon as possible AND without any additional cost for you.
I’m no longer a student, am I still eligible for an internship placement?
Absolutely, as long as you’re under 28 years old, we can find you an internship and an accommodation. If you are looking for a job experience and want to better your work skills, we welcome your request for our services.
Can you organise a language course for my stay?
Yes, of course. If you have a beginner’s level of English or if you just wish to improve your language skills we will organise a language course as additional service.
If you decide to participate in the course, we recommend you to do it before your internship starts so you will be better prepared and feel more confident with the language.
How many hours will I work per day during the internship?
Usually, you will work between 6 to 8 hours a day with 30 to 60 minutes break.
In which areas of work can I do my internship?
Here’s a list of all possible areas of work which EU Travellers can offer for you:
- Business development
- Customer relations
- Digital Marketing
- And many more…
Will I have a contact person on-site?
Of course! One of our staff will be available for you during your whole stay and you can contact him/her if you have any queries.
Can I use my SIM-Card in Malta?
Yes, just check if your mobile phone provider is open to international roaming. The main mobile telecommunication service providers in Malta are Vodafone, GO Telecommunications and Melita. If you don’t want to use your SIM-Card in Malta, you can purchase local top-up sim cards from the service providers at the airport or in various shops in most towns.
Special tip: Melita offers a top-up SIM Card for 10€ whereby you can get 1 GB Data Volume for 5€ for Mobile Internet. (Status as of 02.2018) Usually, Whatsapp, Google Maps and other applications should continue to work as usual after changing the SIM-Card.