BRUSSELS - Three new internship projects will start in October thanks to to the very interesting initiative called SiS Catalyst, developed within the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Union (FP7).
The European Students' Union (ESU) received dozens of applications in September from students all over the world, who were interested in gaining international experience in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.
Two students from the United Kingdom and one from Macedonia were selected and will they soon travel to Leiden University, in the Netherlands, and the University of Bedfordshire, in the United Kingdom, where they will engage in their internship project.
ESU would like to thank all the applicants for being pro-active and for considering this opportunity with ESU and the SiS Catalyst project. ESU congratulates the selected interns and their host institutions and wishes them success in their activities.
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