2018 was the year when the special project for Russian-speaking students from Krasnodar’s sister- and partner cities was launched. Eight interns from Karlsruhe (Germany), Nancy (France), Harbin (China) and Nottingham (UK) have already taken advantage of this opportunity.
The project allows young people to undergo an internship in one of the foreign-owned companies located in Krasnodar City. Such companies as CLAAS, Knauf Gips, Cargill, Bonduelle-Kuban and Nestle Kuban agreed to host young professionals with a good grace.
The project is implemented in collaboration with the Kuban State University, the Association of European Businesses (Southern Regional Committee) as well as the Federal Migration Service.
This involves not only the internship itself, but also other activities:
<![if !supportLists]>1. <![endif]>Official reception by the Mayor of the City of Krasnodar including the project coordinators and the companies’ management.
<![if !supportLists]>2. <![endif]>Weekend entertainment activities, including trips around the region. Over the past years, the following trips have been organized: to Podnavisla farm of the Goryacheklyuchevsky region and Ayuk waterfalls (together with the department of youth affairs of Krasnodar administration), the village of Ataman (together with the Kuban State University), to the city of Sochi.
<![if !supportLists]>3. <![endif]>Meetings with students of the Kuban State University studying foreign languages as well as acquaintance with the representatives of the university and the activities carried out by the university.
In their free time students from foreign countries have the opportunity to get acquainted with the city and its sights, as well as with the citizens and make new friends.
The application procedure is carried out annually in February-March by the city administration of Krasnodar. One-month long internship begins usually in August.
Please check out the latest news to be informed about the next application period:
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Follow the links below to learn more about previous participants (in Russian):