I've always wanted to work abroad for a few months in the next year, with Canvas holidays or other such companies, but I've always been a bit scared or nervous to apply. Could anyone give me their experiences on what it was like to work abroad? What was the pay and the hours like? Was it tiring and did it involve a lot of hard-work?I was also planning on going to university, so is it wise to go working abroad before university? And how do you defer it to the next year? I've seen a mixture of good and bad reviews on working abroad, but I need something to help me make a decision, as I feel put off from doing it, but it's always been a dream of mine. Thank you
Summer work abroad - canvas, keycamp, eurocamp etc. Watch
- Thread Starter
- 12-09-2016 18:27
- 08-10-2016 14:08
i have been interested in doing similar for eurocamp for quite a few years but didn't end up applying last year for certain reasons but I am hoping to aapply for next year, I think more availability you have in terms of dates to go out, more locations you can go or have choices of what type of work there is old threads on here which may be worth a look at and info on season workers, but good luck with it from people I know have gone they have had a great time
- 23-05-2017 21:05
I worked with eurocamp for 2 years it was amazing!!
- 12-06-2017 18:17
Hiya, can you be more specific please. I've been offered holiday courier role to start in July but I've read mixed reviews online and I am now worried I am going to be cleaning 6 days a week and making no memories and seeing no culture. Please advise if this is going to be worthwhile as I am being put off by what I read online.