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    I would like to do some kind of internship/work whatever in Germany. I will hopefully be finishing my A-Levels June 2014 and would like to do it in the Summer. I have looked online but there is nothing for me, they do have a lot of programs for people who have at least studied at university for 1-2 years.I will be 18 years old and hopefully be studying BSc Geography in September 2014.

    If anyone knows anything, please can help ? Thank you
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    Oh I also wanna go Germany because I study German at A-level )
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    What field are you thinking of? Normally to find an Internship most Germans just e-mail a company/institution/NGO directly and ask whether they accept interns, then mail them an application.
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    You could also contact the Goethe-Institut (German equivalent of the British council) and ask them about where to find internships in order to improve your German.
 
 
 
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