The students of the Virgen del Pilar Zaragoza center who had previously submitted their application to participate in the Erasmus + VET program have attended the round of interviews at the center to decide who will finally live an internship experience abroad.
On November 21 and 22, a total of 24 students, from nine different training cycles (middle and upper grade), have tried their luck in front of the courts formed by teachers from the center and staff of the Mundus Association, which helps the center in the management of these scholarships.
This center offers places for students enrolled in the following professional training cycles: CFGM Electromechanics of Automobile Vehicles, CFGM Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Facilities, CFGM Carpentry and Furniture, CFGM Electromechanical Machinery, CFGS Maintenance of Thermal and Fluid Installations, CFGM Automobile Vehicle Electromechanics, CFGM Electromechanical Maintenance, CFGS Automation and Industrial Robotics, CFGS Electronic Maintenance.
The Erasmus + VET scholarships are part of the Erasmus + program, funded by the European Commission, and facilitate the mobility of vocational students (in the European environment, called “VET”). The scholarships consist of a professional internship stay in a foreign company of the branch in which they study, which lasts one month for middle-level students and a minimum of two for the higher degree.
In the coming weeks, the students interviewed will know if they have been selected to live their international internship adventure. Good luck!
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