Internships In France
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Fees and what is included
Internship Academic Credit
How to obtain Academic Credit for your Internship in France. If you are seeking academic credit from your university for your internship then you should seek approval prior to enrolling in our internship program. La Giraudière is willing to work with your university, or faculty, in order that your application for academic credit is successful.
Your University could consider the internship at La Giraudière as both career development or as an academic internship, and
you should discuss the possibilities and options with both the Careers’ Officer and your advisor in your academic department.
When requesting that your internship at La Giraudière be considered for credits, you will need to know that La Giraudière is willing to work with your University/faculty and with your advisory/career officer to ensure that your internship provides a valuable work experience related to your studies or career.
Certification of Internship
Together with yourself and your advisor/Careers’ Officer will set targets and goals for defining the outcome of your
work experience. Upon completion, La Giraudière will provide you with a Certification of Internship completion, together with
feedback and evaluation of your internship. Furthermore La Giraudière will complete any similar documentation as required by
your university and or advisor/Careers’ Officer and you will receive a letter of reference.
University of North Georgia appreciate La Giraudiere Internships
“Thank you very much for your thoughtful evaluation of Mr.Dr.Jonathan S. Miner JD, PhD
Hawkins and for offering our students an opportunity to work with you and your organization. We at the University of North Georgia appreciate the opportunity very much!”
Associate Professor of Political Science
University of North Georgia
Department of Political Science & International Affairs
Once your internship is approved by your university and you have completed the enrolment procedure, we would like confirmation from the university stating that you, the intern, will be receiving academic credit for your work experience. Procedures for registering your internship are different at each University and hence also the time period – so start talking now.
Lifelong Learning Programme
In the past La Giraudière has provided internships under the Leonardo da Vinci programme which is now part of the European Commission’s Lifelong Learning Programme. We have also had interns who’s internship was sponsored by the Erasmus programme again parts of the Lifelong Learning Programme
Internship positions at La Giraudière will provide interns with both professional and pre-professional activities similar to that of a new entrant in the field. The position will allow the intern to use classroom knowledge and will provide hands-on experience. Tasks and duties can be directly related (if appropriate) to a student’s academic major and/or career goals.
The internship will provide an intern with a minimum of 21 hours of work per week during a placement period. All internship positions are in a supervised environment.