Work package 3

Developing and organizing national and international internships

According to the objectives of the TAURUS project, internships provide to students the chance to enter in contact with targeted work environment, allowing graduates to adapt to the national and international job market  improving their competences in the sphere of urban-rural interactions and sustainable urban development.

Before and during the internship students will be trained on the specific topics / methodologies related to the internship programme by “short intensive courses” organised by the hosting institution and online courses provided by the TAURUS consortium.

In the framework of the Taurus project, internships abroad are funded for a minimum of 15 and a maximum of 30 days. Internships must be carried out and completed by the deadline fixed in the calls and in any case not later than September 30th  2020.

To be eligible the candidate must be regularly enrolled in a master degree course at the home institution (partner University of the Taurus Project).