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Recruit the world's top trainees with free help from IAESTE

By Caroline Channing

The IAESTE programme allows employers to benefit from the world’s top trainees from the science, engineering, technology and applied arts sectors for short or long term projects.

As an international student traineeship programme with more than 65 years’ experience, exchanging over 4000 trainees a year,  IAESTE is well poised to help your business succeed in a global market.

With IAESTE, your company can:
  • access a pool of 10,000 high-calibre, skilled trainees from over 80 countries worldwide
  • gain local market knowledge and develop your company’s export strategies
  • tap into the latest academic and technical advances in your field
  • overcome communication barriers by hiring a trainee with multiple language skills.

IAESTE’s free-of-charge service takes care of all the administration employing an international worker entails, from sourcing the right candidate to supporting the UK Visa and Immigration application process.

Find out more about recruiting a trainee through IAESTE at: www.britishcouncil.org/iaeste

Next employer deadline: 9 December 2016

 

About IAESTE

The International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE) provides cutting edge, paid industry placements for international students in the UK and for UK students in over 80 countries worldwide. 

The British Council manages IAESTE UK with support from the Scottish Government, the Welsh Government and the Department of Education of Northern Ireland.


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