Language Assistant Internship
A new language, a new country, a new outlook!
Work in a team and share your interest in language!
Create unforgettable friendships and experiences for a lifetime!
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This gap-year (10-month) program is for students interested in a professional intercultural experience in France or Spain.
Most applicants have been accepted into a university program and granted a deferral or are currently enrolled in a university program with department permission to spend a year off campus.
Andégo Internships Abroad may be able to sponsor you if you are not currently enrolled in a university program.
Assist the English department plan lessons, lead conversation groups, teach, and lead after-school study groups.
You may be asked to assist with other duties as assigned by the school.
Room and board will be provided by the host school in on-campus dorm-style housing, in a homestay nearby, or studio. All interns will have a local host family on weekends and during school breaks at a minimum.
Interns will receive a monthly stipend provided by the host school.
Travel during school holidays or pursue other activities.
Some schools may invite interns to participate on local school excursions or to neighboring countries.
Dates: August 2022 - June 2023
PAID TO ANDÉGO:
Program fee: $6,995 – Administrative fee for program setup, locating a school, visa assistance, orientation, and support throughout the program.
PURCHASED BY PARTICIPANT:
Passport fee: $145 for new passport; $110 for renewal. Passport must be valid for 3 months beyond departure date from France.
Schengen Insurance required for visa: $300 (approximate)
Visa fee: $150 (approximate)
Cost of travel to apply for the visa in person at a VFS Global centre.
Round-trip airfare to France
TOTAL COST ~$8000-$9000
You will receive a monthly stipend while abroad to help cover personal expenses and travel.
Room and board is provided, cutting out most (if not all) food & lodging costs while abroad (unless traveling).
Needs & merit based scholarship available! Email email@example.com for more info.
February-March: Submit your initial program application and $500 deposit
March-April: Complete and return detailed application & submit 1st payment (fully refunded if not selected by partner school)
April: Schedule and complete your French Language Interview
May: Find out where you will be placed & submit 2nd payment! We expect school placements.
June: After you receive your placement, gather the remaining required materials to apply for the visa, including your deferment letter. You should have everything ready.
June-July: Apply for your visa in person at a VFS Global centre.
July 15: Make final payment.
August: Participate in a pre-departure orientation.
Depart at the end of August to get settled before school starts in France!