English is the business language of the world and what better way to practice than immersing yourself in English speaking company for 4-12 weeks?
Ireland is quickly becoming a hub for international businesses and with a booming hospitality industry, you’re sure to get the worldly experience you need to improve your English.
This is your chance to explore the island of Ireland, whether it’s cycling through green fields, walking along the sprawling beaches in the south or chatting with the locals in the local pub. This is an experience you’ll never forget and will help form your career as a professional.
Ireland is soon to be the only native English speaking country within the EU, now’s your chance to get ahead of the crowd.
Ireland will soon see an influx of visitors coming to the little country to improve their English, get ahead of the crowd and secure your place now.
Your typical working week will be between 30 and 40 hours. Not only will you have the chance to practice your English in a professional/working environment but you’ll have lots of time to explore local tourism and heritage on your days off.
Previous experience or courses in the hospitality field are a plus but generally not a requirement for tourism internships abroad. You should have an interest in customer service and a desire to learn about local cultural activities, events, and festivals. Be ready for a fast-paced work environment! From interacting with foreign guests to mastering the pronunciation of Céad Mile Fáilte (“A Hundred Thousand Welcomes”), this summer is bound to be your best yet.
One person = one internship. We won’t force you into a work experience that’s not a great fit.
Our awesome internships are located outside of Dublin in smaller, more intimate cities and towns.
Internships can last 3, 6, 9 or 12 months depending on your availability & potato-eating-threshold.
Many of our hospitality internships include accommodation either on the grounds of the hotel or a short walk away, giving you a comfy place to live without the worry of organizing it yourself.