Application instructions

Your internship application

This program is for students who have not yet graduated. 

Welcome to the first step in discovering opportunities at agri LIDA. We want to make sure you’re prepared. To help you get started, we’ve provided a few of our most frequently asked questions.

Preparing your internship application

Research…research and research…. If you search, you’ll find a ton of articles, blogs and websites offering tips to guide you through your internship abroad. 

What is the right internship for me?

Here are some questions you can ask yourself, that can help you to focus your search for the right internship

  • What is my motivation to go?
  • What would I like to do there?
  • What do I want to learn and achieve with a certain internship?
  • What do you have to offer? What do I want to improve?
  • What are the programme requirements? Are there prerequisites? Do I meet them?
  • Is your internship a part of your study programme?

When to apply?

We accept applications all-year-round.

  • Non-EU citizens students are advised to apply at least 6 – 8 months before your intended internship start date in order to be successful and to allow enough time for company matching, job interviews and due to the visa processing.

How to apply?

Use the online applications to apply directly to agri LIDA.

You can also get assistance from our official representatives  (if we have any) in your country.  

 Confirm your eligibility to apply.

Ensure that you meet any requirements in the internship descriptions.

Required Documents

We can only process applications with the following documents:

  • Proof of enrolment in ongoing studie.
  • Education evidence / student record book. The transcript or mark sheet must include an up-to-date list of the subjects you have studied and the grades you have obtained in your studies so far.
  • Convincing updated resume / CV. To land that dream internship, you need a good resume.
  • Video presentation. Make it short. MAX 1-2 minute.
  • Autobiography / motivation letter.
  • Reference or recommendation letter.
  • All non-EU citizens must prove their proficiency in English by providing a Cambrigde or IELTS certificate. Minimum score B1. ( EU citizens – do not need certificate in English but all applicants require a high standard of English. Please note that your scores from the English tests must be less than two years old.
  • Valid passport. ( EU citizens – national ID card or passport )
  • Drivers license.

Advice to applicants

  • Academic records should give detailed information on the content and quality of your performance, courses taken each year, and grades received. The grading scale of the institution and your rank in class should be noted whenever possible.
  • Degrees must be verified by official copies of diplomas or conferral statements on academic records.
  • Academic records must be original documents bearing the institutional seal and official signature of the Registrar or copies verified by a school administrative officer.
  • If the institution does not issue records in English, original language records must be submitted with official English translations. We accept translations issued by the institution or a professional translating service. Translations must be literal and complete versions of the original records.

Verification of Application Data

The data you enter in the application, including the contents of all attachments, is subject to verification. It is your responsibility to ensure that all the information provided in the application is accurate.

As an applicant, you are liable for all documents submitted during the application process.