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Traineeship - (noun)


The European Commission defines ‘traineeships’ as ‘a limited period of work practice spent at a business, public body or non-profit institution by students or young people having recently completed their education, in order to gain valuable hands-on work experience ahead of taking up regular employment’.


Source: Taken from Eurofound
Example of Use: Traineeships are a mandatory part of training in the legal and medical professions.