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After the basic and the business course, a 4-week internship in Tanzania follows where students can put their newly acquired farming skills and business knowledge into practice. The entire class travels to Tanzania where you will experience the real Africa in a local community. You will engage with local farmers and get insights into a variety of productions such as coffee and banana, or African livestock. You will be part of a new and different culture and experience situations such as having to milk cows by hand or slaughter a goat. Because our students have different nationalities and cultural backgrounds, they all have their own approach in regards to African culture, climate and farming methods in other countries

The time in Tanzania provides an excellent foundation for the upcoming long-term internship.

Practical info about the internship in Tanzania

Passport: You must have a valid passport, with at least 6 months left before expiration.

Visa: You must apply for a visa to Tanzania. We will assist you here at the college. You will pay yourself for the visa.

Vaccinations: Proof of yellow fever vaccination required before departure. This is a prerequisite to enter to Tanzania. If you want other vaccines and if you have any questions about this, please contact your doctor. You will have to cover the costs for vaccinations yourself.

Travel: The cost of the flight ticket will be financed by Danish Government funds. However, the students are obligated to apply for this funding personally and individually. We will of course assist you here at the college.

Accommodation and food: You will cover the costs for food and accommodation for the 4 weeks. As you are not staying at the school during this time anymore, you are only paying for food and accommodation in Africa.