We are pleased to announce our call for applications for a work-shadowing week in Schwäbisch Hall, Germany, from 19 October to 26 October 2019.
A number of companies and organisations in Schwäbisch Hall are happy to host students to introduce them to the world of work and help them understand the practical details of a profession. The students will have the opportunity to be part of a team in a small or medium sized company and use their language skills while taking part in the company’s daily operations. Participants will go to the work placement in the mornings, where an expert will accompany them on their introduction to a profession. In the afternoons, a cultural programme will help the participants to discover the local surroundings and to dive into German culture.
Conditions of participation:
- Participants should be 16 or 17 years old with at least GCSE-level German
- To ensure a suitable placement we would like to have some information about the participant’s level of German. For applications to be considered they need to write a short text in German (see registration form) answering the following question:
Warum ist eine Hospitation in einem Unternehmen in Deutschland sinnvoll für dich?
- To apply, it will be necessary to secure permission from legal representatives as well as teachers. The consent form needs to be filled in and submitted along with the registration form
- Only digital entries will be accepted
- The programme can accept a maximum of 20 students
To apply the two forms below need to be sent to
The deadline for applications is 17 May 2019.
The visit is generously sponsored by the Friends of the Goethe-Institut London
, participants are only asked to cover the cost of travelling from their private address to and from Heathrow Airport. Flights, work placement, accommodation and the cultural programme in Germany will be supported by the Friends of the Goethe-Institut
Once a participant has been accepted for the internship pupils have 14 days to cancel their place. A cancellation after this 14 day period will result in the participant’s guardians being invoiced for the flight costs for the programme.