The trainee abroad program allows you to undertake an internship in a foreign company, acquire fluency in the local language, as well as have an international experience in your area and can still be paid for it. The trainee accepts college students as well as people who have already completed their undergraduate degree. There are vacancies available in areas such as administration, marketing, tourism, hospitality, arts, architecture, law and science, among others.
Age limit: 18-35 years
Duration of the program: The duration and date of the exchange may vary according to the chosen program and the country. The trainee should remain for a period of 2 to 18 months abroad.
VISITING RESIDENT OR FELLOWSHIP IN MEDICAL EDUCATION
The purpose of a visiting scholars programs is generally to bring to the university or educational institution in question an exceptional senior scholar who can contribute to and enrich the community’s intellectual and research endeavors and international projection. Hence, in addition to conducting their own research, visitors are often expected to actively participate in a number of productive institutional activities, such as:
- Deliver a formal lecture to the host institution
- Engage in formal or informal discussions with graduate or postgraduate research students
- Undertake collaborative research with faculty or staff
- Contribute to the university’s teaching by presenting guest lectures or faculty seminars
- Present a paper as part of the university’s seminar program
Typically, a position as visiting scholar is for a couple of months or even a year, though it can be extended. It is not unusual that host institutions provide accommodation for the visiting scholar. Typically, a visiting scholar is invited by the host institution. Being invited as a visiting scholar is often regarded as a significant accolade and recognition of the scholar’s prominence in the field. Attracting prominent visiting scholars often allows the permanent faculty and graduate students to cooperate with prominent academics from other institutions, especially foreign ones.