So far, you have only known your academic subject theoretically? Would you like to know
the practical side of it? Are you studying in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo,
Croatia, North Macedonia, Montenegro or Serbia or have you graduated in 2020? Are you
interested to gain practical work experience in Germany within the framework of an
internship? If you can answer these questions with ‘yes’, you are invited to apply for our
Internship Programme of German Business – the call for application is open from October 1 st to November 16 th , 2020!
Your time in Germany will have a huge positive impact on your professional and personal development which will increase your employability upon your return back home. You will be able to get a decent job related to your education much faster and easier. This way, your new experience and contacts will also strengthen the economic development in your home countries and promote bilateral economic relations both with Germany and within the region. This exchange and the associated alumni network make the programme an important contribution to regional reconciliation, intensifies economic relations and creates a cross-border network of cosmopolitan young professionals in the region.
The Internship Programme of German Business provides an insight into German corporate culture. You will gain practical work experience in modern management and work organisation, work in a multicultural environment and expand your professional as well as your personal network.
Our Upcoming Events
6–8 November 2020
Advanced Workshops take place twice a year and are open for all members of the alumni network. The topics of the workshops depend on the feedback by alumni. Up to now, topics such as negotiations, IoT, Fintech and Blockchain, and AI have been concentrated on. The next advanced workshops will address the topic “Problem Solving and Decision Making” and aims at increasing the cross-sectoral ability of constructive problem solving. It focuses on a step by step journey from problem identification to solution generation, how to implement an action plan based on a scenario analysis for making the best decision. The workshop is organised by the alumni of the sustainability core group of the regional alumni network.
27–28 November 2020
The sustainability group core consists of 2-3 alumni from each local alumni club who meet twice a year and, of course, work in between. The core group members have been dedicating their engagement for a longer period. They work on a strategy of how the future regional alumni network could look like. The alumni of the Internship Programme are very much dedicated to the alumni network and the vast majority wants to stay part of the network in the future.