Issuing the invitation for visa
My second experience with ProfIntern.
My first trip and experience with ProfIntern to St.Petersburg in October 2018 was already successful and awesome! So I decided to do a second one in the same City. Career reasons and personal reasons lead me again to ProfIntern. They organized me an internship even in a better company than before. It wasn’t the direction of automotive engineering (the subject I study) but it was in a field of mechanical engineering. For my personal development was this company an important step. It was a small company and that helped me to communicate, discuss and participate more effectively. I was a part of a team and I had tasks which helped the company. I worked 8h a day and my tasks were clear and structured. My task was to develop and to construct a case erector. During this task, I learned about pneumatic systems, process automation and communications with potential costumers.
Russia is not that country we know from the news. It is a country of loving people who care about each other, regardless of race, history and circumstances. One time I was sitting in the metro and I got a nosebleed. Of course, I hadn’t had a tissue with me. But people noticed right away and they didn’t hesitate to help me and afterwards I had enough tissues for a whole month. I lived already more than two years in Russia and love this country, the people and the cities.
Even though I spend already almost 6 months in St.Petersburg, I didn’t yet explore everything. There is much more to see.
Yes, there are some parts of the city which seems unclean and dangerous (like in other cities, too) but I always felt safe.
ProfIntern helps to get every necessary information you need in order to have a successful internship in Russia. They provide informations about visa issues and housing. Most importantly they help to connect with a company of your desire and they make it easy for you to make friends and get connections.
Because of my last internship experience, I already got a job at my University as an Assistant.
I didn’t participate in much culture events but I did experience the daily life in Russia. An Experience I don’t want to miss anymore.Book the same