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GAP YEAR | VOLUNTEER ABROAD | WORK EXPERIENCE OVERSEAS

 
Work Experience and Internships Abroad with Travellers Worldwide

THE BENEFITS OF DOING A TRAVELLERS INTERNSHIP:

  • Your own dedicated Programme Coordinator who makes all your internship arrangements from beginning to end, including discussions with you to ensure that the internship is suitable for you and that you're suitable for the internship.

  • Local support in all our destinations

  • Destinations and programmes that have been fully risk assessed and analysed.

  • Emergency and crisis response procedures for all destinations

  • 24/7 support while you're on your internship

  • Financial Protection insurance

  • Comprehensive information packs covering everything you need to know about your placement

  • Safety Guide - put together by Travellers to help you travel safely

  • An ID Card - this is a wallet-sized card with the address and telephone numbers of Travellers Overseas office, our local office here in the UK and our 24-hour emergency telephone number

  • Contact information, i.e. the address and telephone number of your local Travellers Representative and, where relevant, the contact details of your host work organisation

  • Full Induction and orientation on arrival

  • Monitoring and communication throughout your placement

  • Post-programme evaluation

 

INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE!
Kick-start your career by making your CV or Résumé stand out from the crowd. Gain valuable experience and skills!

We run a wide variety of overseas Internships across a diverse range of Industries and destinations. The host organisations only accept interns through us and not direct because of our expert vetting process and care in pairing interns and internships.

We have over 20 years' experience in placing you in an unrivalled choice of fields and countries globally. And if you can't find a relevant match, we'll customise one for you!

We also partner with many Universities, helping provide student accredited placements. Like the hundreds of emails we’ve had from previous interns, you’ll also be saying, “This was the best thing I’ve ever done!”

 

It was thanks to the Travellers placement that I'm now in my dream job. Andrew McGlashan

Construction | Building | Agriculture Work Experience Abroad Advertising, Marketing and Sales Work Experience Abroad Care, Counselling, Physiotherapy, Social Work Internships Overseas

 

 

 
Graphics Design, Digital Design, Website Design | Work Experience and Internships Abroad Journalism, Photojournalism, newspaper journalism internships overseas Law Work Experience Internships Abroad
     
Media, Radio Broadcasting, TV production internships and Work Experience Abroad Medical, Dentistry, Physio, Occupational and Speech Therapy Internships Overseas PublicRelations and Events Management Internships Abroad
     
Tourism, Hospitality, Resort Management, Hotel & Catering Work Experience overseas Sports and Sports Management Work Experience Abroad Veterinary Medicine Internships and Work Experience Abroad
     

With retrospect, my decision to travel to Sri Lanka as a Travellers Worldwide Volunteer has proved to be amongst the most critical and rewarding choices of my life to date, allowing me to travel in safety with complete confidence, and to progress both professionally and personally.
Andrew Pierce

 

If you can't find your ideal choice of work experience from the fields shown on this page, we can arrange and customise an internship for you in your Sector.

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In September I was offered a 6 month contract with MTV as their creative intern, and upon nearing the end of my contract, have now been offered a year contract at the BBC as production co ordinator. 

I just wanted to say a massive thank you for my experience, both work and culturally, in Australia. I would hugely recommend this to anyone, especially those who want to break into media via an alternative path. Even for those who do not want to obtain a career in the media, my employer said she was impressed with the month I did in Australia, because it showed I had the initiative to get out there and do something productive, and it was something that stood out amongst the hundreds of CVs she received!

I really hope you continue with your programs across the world, and that people benefit from them as much as I did. It really is something I will never forget. Thanks a million Carmen Butcher

I have just finished my medicine interviews and I cannot do justice to how important my experience in India was to my application, so much so that yesterday I received an offer from Manchester (where I really wanted to go!).

Not only this but my experience contributed to me getting a job in the NHS. My experience in a foreign healthcare setting gave me something great to talk about in interview and as a result I gained employment as a healthcare assistant (or auxillary nurse) on a surgical ward, again something that impressed at interview, and a job I am not sure I would have gained without my Indian experience, especially when you consider how competitive job applications in the UK are today!
Joe Harris, Medicine, India

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After graduating with a law degree in 2005 I did a Travellers Worldwide voluntary placement with a commercial law firm in Argentina in order to gain more legal work experience.  As a volunteer legal assistant I researched legal issues, drafted contracts and attended client meetings.  I had to work both on my own initiative and in a team.

The placement allowed me to make an informed decision about my career.  I decided that I wanted to work in the public legal sector, rather than for a private law firm.  Next week I will start my new job in the Legal Services section of a successful County Council. 

I genuinely believe that my gap year experience helped to make me a more attractive candidate because of the transferable skills I developed, such as being adaptable, problem solving and vital communication skills. Lucy Keenan