16 IT, electronics and electrics students close a great year of new adventures in Úbeda | Euromind
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About This Project

The year 2022 euromind team in Úbeda is ending with a group of 16 students from Warsaw, who are sure to conquer the IT, electronics, and electrical engineering markets in the future, especially judging by how they fared during their one-month internship in Spain.


The students worked in a variety of companies specializing in machine manufacturing, machine repairs, programming, web development, or the installation of various types of networks. Everyone found something to their liking and, after just a few days, felt like a fish in water in their host company, as the feedback left by participants after the trip testifies.


The students spent their free time attending a Spanish language course, which ended with an exam (all passed excellently!), and on excursions, including to the beautiful city of Córdoba, where the project participants were particularly impressed by the ancient bridge and the special significance of the flower patios for the inhabitants of the city.


The month was marked by many new adventures and experiences, and what the students learned will certainly come in handy in the future!


Mikołaj Bogucki

In Spain, I really liked the openness and mountainous look of the whole area. What surprised me is the people here, they are very friendly, calm and joke a lot. I worked at a company focused on making and maintaining hardware used for weighing olives. My job was to configure the software side of things but also help with fixing machines. My tutors were nice and always tried to teach me new things. In my free time, I liked to go out and explore the city. The thing I will remember the most is arriving in Spain and seeing how much different it is from Poland. Overall I really liked being here and it was a great opportunity to learn about the culture and also practice my skills in a different country.

Krzysztof Kamiński

After arriving in Úbeda, and living there for a few days, I noticed how much the cultures of Spain and Poland were different! I was introduced to a new (for me at least) concept of siestas. During my apprenticeship, I was working at a company that specialized in manufacturing and selling olive oil, as well as being a museum of olive oil history. I was tasked there with managing the online store of the company, as well as taking part in a project of editing a video of a conference about the health benefits of olive oil. During most of the weekends, me and my friends would go on trips to cities like Córdoba.

Szymon Zawadzki

My name is Szymon, I wanted to go to Úbeda because I wanted to gain experience in the international field and also go abroad for the first time. I worked in a computer service where my tasks included: checking devices, assembling and disassembling laptops, monitoring the condition of computers, as well as maintaining and repairing older devices. My tutor always helped me to explain something when I did not know how to deal with a problem, he always rushed to help me. I am very pleased with the trip and I am glad that I had the chance to go because it was a completely different experience to me.



Project Details

Project Title: Umiejętności o wartości dodanej - Praktyki na plus
Project Number: 2020-1-PL01-KA116-079554
Number of participants: 16
Country: Warszawa, Poland

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