This page gives you an overview of this year's participants and their motivation to do an internship in Ireland. Enjoy!
My name is Michelle, I am 18 years old and the oldest of three kids. By the way, I live in a small village called Hörbranz in Austria.
Currently, I attend the upper-level secondary business college HAK Bregenz which has a focus on marketing and media design. I am already in fourth grade and therefore it’s not long now until the long-awaited graduation. Afterwards, I would love to explore the world and study event- and sports management.
This leads me to my leisure time activities because I really like doing sports. I am in the gymnastics club, do fitness and snowboarding. Of course, I also spend a lot of time with my friends. Be it partying or simply enjoying the sunset.
I have decided to participate in this program because I want to gain new exciting life-experiences, like getting in touch with new cultures, exploring a foreign country and I especially look forward to meeting new people.
My name is Flora Bilgeri and I’m 18 years old. My family and I live in a small village at Lake Constance called Hard. I have two older brothers but they have already moved out. Therefore, I live together with my parents and my two dogs.
Currently, I attend the upper-level secondary business college HAK Bregenz which has a focus on administration and marketing. After my graduation I would like to travel and see the world. After that, I want to study in Vienna.
In my free time I like to go to the gym or do something with my friends or family.
I love to travel and meet new people. That's why I am very happy to go to Denmark and gain a lot of new experiences there. I am very excited to live alone with my friends for a month.
Hey there! My name is Michelle Gaßner and I’m 18 years old. I live in a small village called Koblach with my parents and my younger brother, his name is Andreas.
I currently attend the upper-level secondary business college HAK Bregenz with special focus on controlling. My favorite subjects are economics and English. After my graduation, I would like to study abroad or in Vienna. I’m interested in economics, event management and psychology. Outside of school I like doing sports, playing the piano and I love to read.
I am grateful and excited to go to Denmark because I have always wanted to do an Erasmus internship. I look forward to meeting new people, exploring the country and gaining new work experience.
My name is Felix Gunz. I am 18 years old and I live in Dornbirn. I have an older sister called Angelina, and two younger twin brothers, Maximilian and Vincent. My parents Bernhard and Sandra support me on my journey.
Currently, I attend the upper-level secondary business college HAK Bregenz with a special focus on sports management. I love doing sports and especially playing soccer with my friends. After my graduation, I would love to become a physiotherapist.
I have always wanted to visit Scandinavia. Therefore, the trip to Denmark is the perfect opportunity for me to visit a beautiful country. I would like to improve my English skills and even learn a little bit of the Danish language.
Hey! My name is Julian Hartl and I am 19 years old. I live in a small village called Hard. I live there with my mother, stepfather, and my little brother Linus.
Currently I attend the HAK Bregenz, a business school. For me, the month in Denmark is a great opportunity to improve my English skills, meet new people and enjoy the time with my classmate Mikail. I hope I will be able to gain a lot of new experiences during my work placement.
My name is Hannah Hörburger and I currently live in a small village called Wolfurt near Lake Constance, together with my parents Claudia and Hansjörg. My older sister Sarah has already moved out to study in Vienna and my older brother Gregor is often away on business, so they are rarely at home.
I attend a business school in Bregenz with a special focus on sports management and I am currently in my fourth year. I really don’t know what I want to do after my graduation, but maybe this journey will help me to take the right decision.
In my free time I love creating memories and having fun with my loved ones. I also enjoy doing sports, especially gymnastics and if I have enough money on the side, I like to spend it on travelling and seeing new places.
That’s the reason why I did not hesitate to participate in the Erasmus-program. Even though or just because I don’t like English that much, I want to improve it and learn to love the language. Because I am a very open person, I am really looking forward to meeting new people, have a great time there and create some amazing memories that will last forever.
I am very grateful for this opportunity.
I'm Marina Jeremic, 17 years old and I live in Dornbirn, Austria.
I currently attend the HAK Bregenz which is an upper-level secondary business college. I’m in my 3rd year in a class with a focus on marketing. My favorite subject is definitely English. :) Besides school, I play in an orchestra and I love travelling. My whole family does.
A family tradition we have always had when travelling is to pick one song (in the language of the country we are visiting) that we listen to all over again while driving to the country. So whenever we wanna turn back time or in general when we hear this song somewhere, it reminds us of the trip, which I believe is pretty cool.
I've never been to Denmark so I can't wait to be there. During this month I'm very excited to step out of my comfort zone and meet new people. Also, I really hope I will get to improve my English.
See you there!
Hello! I am Stan Johler and I am 18 years old. Together with my parents and my younger sister I live in a detached house in Alberschwende.
Currently, I attend to HWI Bregenz, an upper-level secondary college focused on economics. In addition to the economical subjects, there is also a special focus on software development and programming, internet and multimedia but also database systems and operating systems and network technology.
In my free time I am a really enthusiastic volleyball player. I am also a volunteer in a youth organisation called Plant for the Planet, where we plant trees to lower global warming.
I have never been to Denmark before, so I am really excited to explore new things, try different food and meet nice people. I think it is a great opportunity to improve my English skills. I plan to work as a programmer in the future. Therefore, the upcoming internship in Denmark could be a great opportunity to improve my skills and develop myself. See you!
My name is Annika Linder and I live with my mother in Hard, Austria. I have two older siblings that currently study and work in the capital, Vienna.
Currently I have just finished my 3rd year at HAK Bregenz, which is an upper-level secondary business college with a focus on IT and economics.
In my free time I like to program or meet up with my friends. In summer I also enjoy swimming and scuba diving with my father a lot.
I am really looking forward to my trip to Denmark because this will be a great opportunity to improve my English and become more independent. I am also motivated to acquire new skills and grow as a person.
My name is Lena Maderthaner and I am 18 years old. I live in Lustenau with my mother and my older brother.
Currently, I attend a business school with a special focus on marketing in Bregenz and after my graduation, I would like to travel around the world.
In my free time, I like hanging out with friends, go skiing and travelling.
I have never been to Denmark, and I am truly looking forward to this opportunity. Also, I hope to make new friends and to improve my English skills.
See you <3
My name is Florian Michelini, I’m 18 years old and live with my parents in Übersaxen, a small village near Feldkirch in Vorarlberg. I’m the youngest of three children. I have two sisters, one of them even has a child, so I do have a nephew who I‘m going to miss during my trip.
I currently attend the HAK Bregenz, a business school. My class has a special focus on sports management, so we are very active, which is great.
In my free time I love spending time with friends, especially abroad. I love to meet new people and grow into new cultures so I‘m really looking forward to the time after my graduation when I’m going to see the world.
Luckily, I don’t have to wait another year. Through the Erasmus project, I am going to travel to Denmark, live and work there for four weeks and get to know the Scandinavian culture!
My name is Paul Nußbaumer and I am 17 years old. Together with my family I live in a small village called Langenegg, Austria.
Currently, I attend a business school called HAK Bregenz, with a focus on programming and web-design.
In my free time I really enjoy reading a good book or just going out with my friends to enjoy the Austrian summer.
The internship in Denmark is a great opportunity for me to improve my English skills and to get to know a new culture.I am also really excited about working in an office to get some work experience for my future career.
Really looking forward to my time in Denmark.
My name is Madlen Ruck (the one with the orange dress 😊) and I am 18 years old. I live with my parents, my cat and my dog in Bregenz. I have two older brothers, the oldest one lives in Lauterach and the other one is currently studying in Vienna.
Presently, I attend a business college with special focus on advertising, social networks and marketing in Bregenz. After my graduation I would like to travel the world, experience new cultures and get to know new people.
In my free time, I like spending time with my friends, going for a walk with my dog, go swimming in Lake Constance and painting.
Participating in the Erasmus+ project is a great opportunity for me to become more independent, improve my English skills and to get new experiences. I have never been to Denmark before and I really appreciate this chance. I am looking forward to gaining a lot of work experience, to meeting new people and of course creating great memories.
My name is Zerda Sari and I will be 18 years old soon. I live together with my mum, and my three siblings in Götzis, Austria. I currently attend a vocational college with a special focus on business administration and marketing.
In my free time I always meet my best friend Feyzanur, play volleyball or – if I find an interesting book - read books. My biggest goal in life is to travel and explore the world to get to know new people and their cultures and also help poor people.
So, the internship in Denmark is my first step to reach my goal. It’s a great chance to gain experience about its culture, people etc. My main target is to improve my English skills and intercultural competence. Additionally, I think life is too short for overthinking, so live your dreams and never stop dreaming.
My name is Hannah Scheidbach and I am 16 years old. I live in Feldkirch, Austria with my parents, my older brother and our four cats.
Currently, I attend the vocational college BHAK Bregenz with a special focus on business administration and digital business. I am in the 3rd year and one of my favourite subjects is programming, where we learn how to code various things with the programming language C#.
Besides school, I love taking photos, taking care of my pets and playing fun games with my friends.
I love travelling and getting to know new cultures and people in general. In my opinion, going to Denmark is a great opportunity to do those things. All in all, Denmark seems like an amazing and very welcoming country with a wide range of different people.
I am very grateful to be able to have this kind of experience and more than happy to gain more knowledge and skills through my internship.