BAMOS (Barcelona Mobility Services) was established in Barcelona at the beginning of 2017, with the aim of facilitating the professional internships of European students in companies located in Barcelona, within the framework of Erasmus+ KA102 Programme.
Our team manages incoming mobility programmes, both those assigned to European Training and Education Network (ETEN) and directly to BAMOS. Thus, we are the local contact point for the companies and schools wishing to join the programme.
+ 200 companies in Barcelona
+ 1.100 students/ year
+ 50 profiles/year
+ 10 years of experience
+ 80 workers over EU
+ 7.500 students/year
ETEN (European Training and Education Network) has more than 10 years of experience in coordinating educational programs in the EU and has presence in several European countries. The network has partner organizations in Budapest, Milan, Vieanna and last but not least our Barcelona office.
Bamos organizes the operative parts of Erasmus+ KA102 projects, arranging relevant work placement to the participants, providing accommodation, meals, cultural programs, airport transfer, local transportation and many other services as per the request of the given partner. Our goal is to connect the students with the work life of Barcelona and ensure a rewarding experience for all our partners.
Erasmus+ aims to modernise education, training and youth work across Europe. It is open to education, training, youth and sport organisations across all sectors of lifelong learning, including school education, further and higher education, adult education and the youth sector. It offers exciting opportunities for participants from all over the EU to then study, work, volunteer, teach and train abroad in Europe.
Key Action 102 – Mobility of Individuals, a chance for VET Students and Staff to gain experience abroad
This is all about providing opportunities for individuals to improve their skills, enhance their employability and gain cultural awareness. Under this Key Action BAMOS runs mobility projects to offer structured study, work experience, job shadowing, training and teaching opportunities to staff and learners.
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Our organized internships usually last from 3 weeks up to 3 months. During this time, we offer you a great experience but what you can make out of it, it depends on you as well!
What we offer:
- Preparation day in the school when our colleagues prepare the group (students, teachers and parents as well) for the mobility (usually 6 weeks before the mobility starts)
- Organizing the travel of groups (by flight or by bus, it can vary)
- Full documentation of the program and purchase of international insurance by EUB
- In the heart of Barcelona we ensure a good quality of accommodation and meals 3 times per day (breakfast, lunch and dinner are included) Plus every weekend we organize cultural programs and city tours for the entire group!
- Opportunity to complete your internship with well-known organization and companies from every field you can imagine (hospitality, nursery, web design, mechanics and many more)
- A friendly and helpful staff who will help you with your everyday logistics, showing you around, get you to your work place on your first day
The Bamos team carefully selected various Hostels in popular and quiet areas of Barcelona.
All the accommodations are modern and well-equipped to guarantee a safe and comfortable stay during the whole mobility program.
Some of our partners: Feetup Hostel – Garden House, Be Dream Hostel Badalona, HostelsCat and many more.
You can find these facilities at the accommodations:
- Fully equipped shared kitchen (microwave, plates, cutlery, glasses etc.)
- Shared clean bedrooms & bathrooms
- Free Wifi
- Reception open 24hrs
- Beautiful and comfortable common rooms
- Air conditioning and heating
- International and helpful staff
- Luggage storage lockers
- Laundry and dryer machines
- Bike parking
For the whole mobility program we provide public transport tickets to all the participants and before your arrival our staff will be more than happy to give you all the information about how to arrive to your accommodation by Aerobus, metro, taxi or train, as Barcelona has an excellent public transport system.
If the school request the private transfer service we also can organize the transport of the group by a private minivan or bus.
Before departure we purchase an international EUB insurance package that is required in order to commence the mobility. It is a reliable combination of
accident, health, baggage, liability and travel insurance.
For more information check out their website: https://eub.hu/en/
Barcelona has a typical Mediterranean cuisine so the nutritious and fresh food is always guaranteed.
Breakfast: Bakery products and juices or tea
Lunch: a light packed lunch that the students can take it to their workplace and heat it up if it is necessary
Dinner: preprepared international dishes which are easy to heat up at the kitchen of the accommodation
Sundays as a teambuilding activity, the students have their dinner in a lovely restaurant close to their accommodation in order to taste the local cuisine.
Completing the internship the student will gain work and real-life experience. As an Erasmus+ project it is a requirement that not only memories will keep this time alive but the workplaces will issue a Europass Mobility Document to each and every student about the competencies and experiences that they have gained during the mobility.
It is not only one document more, but it means a great help because it can be used as a supplement when applying for a new job or looking for new challenges in terms of work in Europe. This certificate is recognized throughout the European Union.
For more information check out the official webpage of Europass
International vocational training is highly appreciated by students across countries of the European Union. Hence, Erasmus+ KA102 was created to promote the European mobility of Vocational Educational and Training (VET) students, granting them the opportunity to enrich themselves by discovering new cultures and alternative ways of working, while participating in projects at different companies that support their knowledge and working experience.
In sum, the Erasmus+ KA102 Internship Mobility programme is:
- Short-term or long-term international mobility programme for Young professionals specialized in various fields.
- Ensuring the exchange of knowledge and experience.
- Providing an opportunity for the participants to improve themselves.
- By way of a corporate social responsibility action.
Why contact us to join this programme?
– We are located at the heart of Barcelona and cooperate with more than 200 companies.
– We are part of the ETEN Network that has a long experience in managing mobility programmes all over Europe.
– We make the process easy for you, so that you can focus only on selecting and sending your students and teachers and need not worry about the rest.
Some of our fields:
- health care
- mental care
- childhood education
- computers and technology
- mechanical engeneering
- software engeneering
- beauty therapy
Our previous projects:
- 10 Hotel academy & Catering Teachers Mobility Programme (Trebisov, Slovakia)
- 10 Health care Students Mobility Programme (Gyula, Hungary)
- 4 Decorator & 4 Animation designer & 7 Graphic designer Students Mobility Programme (Kaposvár, Hungary)
- 4 Confectioner & 6 Sales & 2 Winemaking Students Mobility Programme (Eger, Hungary)
- 12 Nursing students Mobility Programme (Eger, Hungary)
- 8 Hairdresser & 5 Beautician Students Mobility Programme (Eger, Hungary)
- 8 Business & Finance Students Mobility Programme (Riga, Latvia) 2 week mobility
- 20 Accounting Students Mobility Programme (Kaposvár, Hungary) 3 week mobility
- 6 Automechanics Students Mobility Programme (Smalininkai, Lithuania) 5 week mobility
- 3 Catering & 3 Horticulture students (Bulduru, Latvia) 2 week mobility
- 2 Interior design & 5 Animation design & 4 Graphic design & 4 Photography Students Mobility Programme (Kaposvár, Hungary) 3 week mobility
- 5 IT, Tourism, Marketing Teachers Mobility Programme (Dunaújváros, Hungary) 1 week mobility
Company / Organization
In what way can Erasmus+ KA102 contribute to your company/organization in Barcelona, if you are willing to receive students?
The participating young professionals are specialized in different fields, so you may find their professional skills helpful in realizing various kinds of activities, adding value
to your company:
- Giving support in various projects.
- Managing daily operations.
- Fulfilling specific technical tasks.
- Performing and designing activities.
- Organizing and planning.
- Promoting the participation of your organization in other EU calls.
Erasmus+ provides a great opportunity for you in whatever kind of professional support your company or any of its departments may need.
How can your company/ organization join the project?
Participation in this programme is very easy, we at BAMOS will help you to arrange all you that need:
- You let us know which fields you are interested in.
- You can be a partner in launching calls for projects of your interest.
- We contact you to suggest students in your field.
- You decide whether you are willing to receive the students.
Why contact us to join this programme with your company/ organization?
- BAMOS is part of the ETEN Network that has a long experience in managing mobility programmes all over Europe.
- We make the whole process easy for all the participants.
- By carefully matching the needs of the company / organization with the skills of the students, our projects offer an unforgettable experience.
Here are some of our partners:
If you are interested to participate in our upcoming projects, leave us your contact details and we will get in touch with as soon as possible.
Companies who have already collaborated with us said the following:
La Clara Comunicacio
Marina Reig, Communication manager:
“We, at La Clara, are so happy with the experience, which allowed us to meet a young but very ambitious student to work with and support. We also believe that this kind of project is necessary for giving an opportunity to young professionals to try themselves in the real labour market they will have to enter.”
Esclat Group Social
Daniel Aragón, nurse specialized in cerebral palsy:
“ERASMUS+ students are very excited and full of curiosity when starting their internship programme. They are interested in the people we are taking care of, and during the entire period they spend with us they collect rewarding experiences and knowledge that will be useful to them in the future.”
Barcelona Hair Academy
Cecily Doyle , Administration Manager:
“It was really useful to have students helping us. They have always worked with great enthusiasm and suggested many new ideas. We were very impressed with their capacity to learn and they were of great help in our hairdressing salon.”
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Monument a Colom
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Arc del Triomf
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Torre de Collserola
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La Sagrada Familia
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Popular place to see in Barcelona
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Mercat de la Boqueria
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Address: La Rambla 91, 08001 Barcelona
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 08:00 to 18:30
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Tibidabo attractions park
Open: Depending on the month and day, the attractions park is
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Another of Gaudi’s works worth recommending.
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