The program costs 1490 € or the equivalent in your local currency. (Prices are subject to changes)
Work and Travel
Length: Up to 3 Months
About This Program
The program provides hospitality and culinary higher-education students the opportunity to visit Spain, get to know the culture, and gain international experience working in hospitality or culinary arts entry-level positions.
This option is open to nationals of any country with a Visa Waiver to enter the Schengen Area. The Free-Visa. Regime, allows citizens of specific countries to enter the E.U territory for up to 90 days without a visa. We invite you to check if your country is listed on the list.
Placements are available during most part of the year, starting around April-May (Holly week) and ending around October. There are some additional placements during the winter time on specific locations such as sky destinations and the Islands (Oct-Jan).
What will I be doing?
We work with Host Employers across Spain and help people find international talent for specific positions. Generally available positions are:
- Service (Room customer service – F&B)
- Front desk
- Rooms Division
There are many opportunities and positions available with all types of hospitality businesses – we can find something that is a perfect match for you.
- Emma Edwards (USA)
I did my work and travel program in Seville during summer. I worked for a candid boutique hotel, where I improved my Spanish in a professional setting and also had time to travel through southern Spain.
What This Program Includes
Position secured before arriving so that you know exactly where you are going and begin earning right away.
Receive from 300 to 500 Euros.
Housing is provided by Host Employer free of charge during the whole duration of your program. It is a shared appartment fully furnished.
Meals are provided by Host Employer. Minimum of two meals per working day.
International Requirements Guidance
Guidance and documentation for travel requirements and immigration processes in Spain.
We secure full health coverage for you for the entire duration of your program while in Spain.
No limits – Zero co-copy – Repatriation – Liability. Everything to comply with government requirements for your stay.
24/7 emergency support from our support teams based in Spain
Our Spain internship program provides you with everything you need to ensure your stay is rewarding. Please note that you must be pursuing academic studies that are related to the field of your internship.
- Must be 18-26 years old at the start of the program
- Must be a current university student or recent graduate (No more than 12 months by the program start date).
- Only citizens of one of the countries with Schengen Visa-Free Regime bilateral arrangements. Check here if your country is on the list.
- Must demonstrate intermediate level of Spanish (English is a Plus)
How does it Work?
The process to get you to Spain is very simple and would take approximately 8 weeks. You are encouraged to start your process with enough time.
Frequently Asked Questions
These programs are subject to strict Spanish laws. Employers are allowed to provide a monthly compensation package (Bolsa de Ayuda al Estudiante), that includes a stipend in cash (300-500€), housing and meals. the sum of all this usually means around 1.900€ to 2,000€.
Many positions offer housing, but some do not. We will always provide you with viable housing options that are affordable and a reasonable distance from your worksite.