Part-time placements

Are you looking for a placement? The #empl-oi project and its business partners have created local hubs all around Europe and converged all possible part-time placements and placements offers in one place! Check out our database and find your placement in one click!

Collect and compare all the information you need directly via the common database and get in touch with the person in charge at the receiving higher education institution.

Your contact person at the receiving institution will help you reach out to the organisation you have chosen and will support you with the administrative paperwork.

Additionally, did you know that you can now rate your internship experience? Transparency at work enables you to give your opinion on your internship and anonymously  rate your experience! If you would like to know more about the tool and get up-to-date information on the internship legislations all over Europe, visit

#empl-oi key benefits

#empl-oi gives you the opportunity to perform one-year part time placements, simultaneously to your studies whether in your home country or abroad. It can ideally last up to ten months (the study mobility period is two semesters long).

This internship is an essential step to your training course. It’s an opportunity to familiarize with the professional environment and putting to work the skills you’ve acquired.

Main benefits for you:

  • Specify your Professional Project.

  • Prove your skills to your potential employer

  • Grow your language skills

  • Build a network of colleagues and professionals contacts at the international level.

Bonus of the internship:

You will work in pair with a local student (tandems that will consist of a mobile and non-mobile student), which will enable you to gain professional experience, and encourage team work. The pairing benefits both international and local student, as much as increasing intercultural awareness and developing a social network. The intention is to help incoming exchange students to acclimate themselves to the local culture. In this context, it will avoid the temptation of creating “bubbles” within the programme with which they came. Students will be able to increase their understanding about cultural differences.

The selection procedure will be established, brief guidelines for host organizations will be prepared to ensure proper quality standards and the general principles of the part-time placements will be agreed on (mentoring, providing meaningful tasks, not exceeding the working hours etc).