Frisby’s College are pleased to offer suitable candidates the opportunity to take part in an internship
Frisby's College offers a wide range of English Language courses for adults and teenagers, as well as corporate and legal training to students and professionals. Frisby’s College’s UK campus is accredited by Accreditation Service for International Colleges (ASIC) which is an independent body providing accreditation services for independent, further and higher education colleges. Frisby's College is also an accredited TOLES and Trinity College London SELT examination centre. Our online courses are also accredited by The Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Certification Service.
Is the administration internship suitable for me?
Our administration internship programme involves:
- answering telephone calls
- preparing correspondence
- liaising with our other offices
- liaising with our national and international franchises
- PR & promoting
- any other duties as required
You will have the opportunity to be part of a company based in England with international trade links which will provide you with an invaluable experience in today’s job market and, of course, you will improve your English skills to a professional level. We will mentor you through your tasks and give you a rare insight into the training and educational sector in England. At the end of your internship, we will provide you with a certificate and a professional reference which states all your achievements and will provide you with a major advantage in today’s job market.
Are there any expenses? Will I get paid?
The internship programme is free and we do not charge an admin or arrangement fee. However, you will need to pay for your own accommodation. You may arrange your own accommodation, or alternatively we can arrange this for you in one of our host families. The price for this is £165 per week for a single room, half board (bed, breakfast and evening meal).
The internship programme is unpaid. It is designed for you to get an insight into working life in Great
Britain and to gain valuable experiences which will further your career. However, you will not be employed by Frisby’s College and your status will be ‘student’, not ‘employee’.
Our ideal candidate:
IT skills are essential. You also need to have a very good level of English (preferably B2 or above). You will need to be flexible and willing to take on different tasks. You need to be able to work in a team, as well as on your own. If you feel your English language skills are not quite adequate for the task, you may of course book English lessons with us. These will be free of charge.
I'm interested! What happens next?
The next step after we have received your application will be an informal interview via Skype with us, to establish a first contact. You will be able to discuss any questions you may have and it will give us the opportunity to assess your level of English.