An internship in Russia will give you an edge. How many students in your institution are doing internships in Russia? Not so many, right? And if an employer has 2 identical candidates with everything else being the same except that one of them has interned during his/her studying, who do you think the employer is going to prefer? Surely, the person who has done internship, will get an obvious edge during a job interview.
Opportunity to networking
Developing contacts and making professional connections within the industry you are looking to work in will let you furthermore to call the contacts you’ve made after finishing your studies and ask them if there are vacancies that they know of. You may even find a person who is willing to vouch for you as a referee on your resume.
Turning into a full-time job
If you manage to impress the bosses by displaying your professional skill set, you may land a permanent job once you finish your education.
Foundation for choosing your future career
An internship in Russia will give you a first-hand experience of what lies ahead. So no longer do you depend on different counseling institutes! You can find out now what is best for you by doing an internship.
Acquiring on-the-job skills
The skills that arm you to perform well in the real marketplace will not be taught in any textbooks. You can only acquire them by working in an industry environment and picking up valuable professional, technical and behavioural tips.
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