Since 2004 the Zoran Djindjic Foundation, together with the German Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations (OA), the Federal Ministry for economic cooperation and development (BMZ) and the Geselschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) has been taking part in the implementation of the Zoran Djindjic Internship Program of German Business, the aim of which is to give to qualified young people the chance to gain three to six months of vocational experience in some of the best-known German companies.
The internships are intended for final-year students of BA and MA studies and for qualified graduates still gaining their initial work experience. The students gain their experience in major German companies, in a range of industries: economic/finance, engineering, journalism or agriculture.
A group of some thirty young people travel to Germany, where they spend time gaining work experience in companies such as Commerzbank, Allianz and Deutsche Bank. Their stay in Germany enables them to learn about the organisational structure, business procedures and operation of large, successful German companies, in order to later transfer this knowledge and experience into their future jobs in Serbia. The Zoran Djindjic Foundation in cooperation with the German Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations also organises a two-week intensive German language preparation course.
Who can apply: final-year students of BA/MA studies and graduated with some professional experience
Level of education: studies related to economics/finance, engineering/technical sciences/informatics, journalism/german studies or agriculture, quality, infrastructure, climate and environmental
Language: very good knowledge of English and/or German
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