Contacts

Plot 30 Bukoto Street
Kampala, Uganda

+256 758 733491

About Program

Our Agricultural Traineeship Exchange Program offers current agricultural students and recent graduates a unique opportunity to pursue practical training while experiencing a different culture across Europe and Canada. We believe that travel and professional development should go hand-in-hand, which is why we offer participants an international experience they are not likely to find at home.

During the program, participants will have the opportunity to work on a variety of farms, including Dairies, Piggeries, Grain farms, Poultry farms, and Horticulture farms. We require applicants to commit to at least 12 months of training on one of these farms, which provides ample time to gain hands-on experience and develop practical skills in the agricultural industry.

Our program is designed to provide extensive training and support to ensure that our participants have the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in their traineeship. We work with leading experts in the agricultural industry to ensure that our participants have access to the latest techniques and technologies. Participants will also have the opportunity to build lifelong connections with other agricultural professionals from around the world.

If you are a current agricultural student or recent graduate, and you are looking to gain practical experience while immersing yourself in a new culture, our Agricultural Traineeship Exchange Program is the perfect opportunity for you. Join our global community of agricultural professionals today and start your journey towards a successful career in the agricultural industry.

Program Availability

Enrollment in this international Agricultural Training and Internship Program is open throughout the year.  There are no pre-set intakes or start dates.

Program Duration

We require applicants to commit to at least 12 months of training on one of the farms, which allows ample time for hands-on experience and the development of practical skills in the agricultural industry.