This website is produced to prepare second-year students from the Maastricht Hotel Management School (Hogere Hotelschool Maastricht) for a traineeship in Ireland. On the website you can find all the information you need about making a choice for a traineeship in Ireland or not.
You are probably standing for a total new experience in your life. You are maybe going to live somewhere abroad and you are going to work in a hotel where both the guests and the employees speak probably another native language. You can spend as a Trainee in various departments in a hotel in Ireland for 5 months. Something that is both exciting and valuable for the rest of your life. Not only will you improve your knowledge from the hospitality industry, but by all means also for your self-development. With this website we would like to give you an expression what you can aspect from a traineeship in Ireland, what the possibilities are, what the different is comparing to the Netherlands and what you need to know about the accommodation in Ireland. The objective of the traineeship in Ireland is to obtain a good overview of the hotel industry.
You will find the followings various aspects on the website:
The Homepage with an introduction and a summary of what the second year students can
expect from the Ireland and the traineeship.
§The page “About Ireland”, where you can find information about Ireland itself. History from Ireland and between Ireland and Northern Ireland and the cultural aspect from:
The page “Differences”, where you can find information about the cultural differences between the Netherlands and Ireland.
The page “Opportunities traineeship”, where you can find information about the hotels and others opportunities for a traineeship in Ireland. Some examples of hotels in Ireland and what you can aspect from the hotels.
The page “Accommodation”, where you can find information about the possibilities about the accommodation in Ireland.
Summary(You can find here all the information from the website in the summary under need):
About Ireland and the differences:
- Tourism is a significant contribution to the Ireland's economy
- The pub is maybe one of the most well known cultural aspect of Ireland. The pub or “public house” is part of Irish, British, Australian and New Zealand its culture.
- Ireland is divided in two different jurisdictions the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. We only offer traineeships in the Republic of Ireland and not for the Northern Ireland.
- By the 90ties the industry of Ireland has involved into a modern industrial economy. In the history the Catholic Church was enormous powerful, but his influence reduced.
- The rooms are al lot more expensive then in Holland. Where you pay in Holland around 275 euro and in Amsterdam around 350 euro for a student room. You pay in Dublin for a small room easily € 400 euro. A room outside of Dublin is a lot cheaper.
- For a pint you pay in a bar easy 4 euro or more, it is cheaper to drink in a pub.
- In Ireland there are 9 universities, witch 4 of them are in Dublin.
- All the hotels we offer for your traineeship in a hotel in Ireland are part of a international chain. All the hotels are a 4 or 5 star hotel in Dublin, Cork or Athlone.
- You can find the chains in Ireland were most of the students will choice about on the page “Opportunities traineeship”.
- We can offer you a traineeship in 3 different departments in a hotel; F&B department, housekeeping department and the Front Office department:
o In the Food & Beverage Department you will get the opportunity to learn how the F&B in a hotel from the early morning until the diner in the evening will go.
o The housekeeping department is the ideal location to learn about precision and being critical to the college’s and yourself.
o In the Front Office you will get the opportunity to learn how the Front Office in a hotel from the check out until the Check is working.
- The best and the quickest way to go to Ireland is to fly
- If you are an “European Economic Area” national, you do not need a work permit to coming to work in Ireland.
- If you are from the European Union you do not need a residence permit to coming to live in Ireland.
- You also need a PPS(Personal Public Service Number) to work in Ireland.
We hope that after you have read this webpage. You will have a clear vision about what you can aspect from a traineeship in Ireland. Also we hope that it will make your choice a little bit easier.
Please not that if you still may have questions about the traineeship you can contact your English teacher. If you have questions about the website, you can send an email to email@example.com.
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