Mobility and internationalization
Mobility and internationalisation
As in all professions, professional experience is extremely important when entering the workplace in the food and gastronomy sector. Even more so when it comes to work experience abroad. To complete your training and to acquire skills that are highly valued by companies in the gastronomy and food sector, you will have the opportunity to do your work experience and the Final Master's Project abroad.
Benefits of studying and working abroad
You will be able to apply for higher-end and better paid positions
You will create your own network of contacts for the future
You will acquire skills that are in high demand in the world of gastronomy
You will improve your language skills
Erasmus + Work experience scholarships
If what you want is to specialise by spending time in European universities, you will opt for the Erasmus Study programme, and if you want to get work experience and do the Final Degree Project in European companies or research centres, you will be covered by the Erasmus Work Experience programme.
With both the Erasmus Study and Work Experience programmes, students, in addition to receiving the Erasmus grant and the allowance awarded by the Ministry of Education, will also be eligible for the mobility grants offered by the Basque Government.
On the other hand, if you decide to carry out the university placement in a country outside of Europe, it will be arranged through Bilateral Agreements and if the project is carried out in a company, through the University-Business Agreement.
Students who go to foreign universities will only be eligible for the grant awarded by the Basque Government through Bilateral Agreements. And if you decide to do the work experience and the Final Project via the University-Business Agreement, in addition to being able to apply for the Basque Government's mobility grant, you can also receive a grant that will be paid by the company.