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About This Project

During a four-week apprenticeship in Malaga, a group of surveyors and computer scientists faced the tasks entrusted to host companies. Before getting caught up in the rhythm of work, during the first few days in their free time they especially visited corners of Malaga, took walks on the beach and rested to the sound of the water noise.


Every day, for several hours they spent time learning and challenging tasks that were sometimes easier, and sometimes more complicated. IT specialists worked on software, work with equipment, and surveyors conducted field work under the supervision of their supervisors. All tasks assigned to them were quite simple, because the tutors explained in detail and explained how to do the work so that it became pleasure and tasks became easy.

Practices are time when to find the right time for small trips and sightseeing. The group took them to Seville, Cordoba, Ronda, Caminito del Rey. All trips were interesting and hot, thanks to the high temperature during the summer in Andalusia. In addition, the group spent time actively participating in development workshops, which were conducted outside. Thanks to them, they could learn how to prepare for the development of their careers. Thanks to the discussion and analysis of the basic CV, they were able to learn how to look good in the eyes of a potential employer.


We hope that the workshops  will prove useful for them in the future.


Jagoda Hauzner

My name is Jagoda. I am a land surveyor and I participated to Erasmus + programme in Malaga during which I was taking part in vocational training at company named Iniciativas el Condado. How it was? Great! During my work I have learnt many things, new methods of surveying and tips that makes the measurements easier. As a land surveyor I am really happy, with the results of my skills development. Things, that I have learnt there, will help me at my work in Poland. To my mind Malaga is one of the most beautiful cities, which I have visited in my life. Memories, which I have from there, will last with me forever. It was an amazing experience with amazing people, not only from my group, but also from Euromind. I hope that I will have the opportunity to visit Malaga once again.


Piotr Szawara

During the Erasmus+ project in Spain I learned a lot of things connected with my profession-land surveying. I spent a great time with my friends and teachers. We had many attractions such as playing volleyball on the beach or swimming in the sea and I’m really delighted about it. I wish I could repeat this amazing time once again.




Kacper Golec

In my opinion a trip to Malaga was a great adventure, a job in which I met a lot of nice people who taught me many things. Inturjoven was poor, food mostly greasy and repetitive. Every week the places we visited were very beautiful and their history was interesting. Overall, I enjoyed the attractions, work and the whole trip.



Mikołaj Ożga

I spent the first month of summer in sunny Malaga on apprenticeships. During this time I learned a lot of useful things about my profession. I gained a lot of experience in repairing mobile devices. I also had the opportunity to visit beautiful places in Spain. I would like to repeat this trip.





Project Details

Project Title: Perspektywy zatrudnienia w Europie
Project Number: 2018-1-PL01-KA116-047682
Number of participants: 16
Country: Poland, Zwierzyniec

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