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About This Project

For three weeks at the beginning of 2015, 15 enthusiastic Slovenian trainees joined Spanish businesses to gain experience for later employment. Not only did they learn a lot about the Seville way of life, but they also had the opportunity to visit the historic cities of Malaga and Cordoba and to fully get immersed in the Spanish language by following a course fully adapted to their needs. During their internships their main duties consisted of, amongst others:


  • Working with resources, data and materials to complete documentation and keep appropriate registers
  • Managing documentation from receipt to transmission or filing
  • Typing, photocopying, filing, working on office packages
  • Carrying out marketing activities
  • Administering reservations, checking guests into and out of the hotel
  • Carrying out basic accounting tasks
  • Providing information about the city, historical monuments and cultural activities


Dominik Nakic:

‘My stay in Sevilla was great experience because I’ve met lots of new people, learned about Spanish culture and working abroad. I also like the food, weather and people here, since they are very helpful and kind. I would definitely come to Sevilla again.’


Nermin Kaltak:

‘I liked my internship, because I gained more and more experiences every day of my work there. People at the hostel whom I worked with have been extremely kind and helpful and the whole experience abroad has really helped me broaden my horizons, and I would suggest this to anyone who wants to gain useful experience for future employment and have fun along the way.’



Project Details

Project Title: Joint learning for the future
Project Number: KA1-VET-138/2014
Number of participants: 15
City & country: Celje (Slovenia)

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