Young Brits offered apprenticeships in Germany

Young people struggling to find work in the UK are being offered the opportunity to take up "all inclusive" apprenticeships in Germany.

The scheme – promoted by a board member of the German-British Chamber of Industry and Commerce – is being run by International Business Academy (IBA).

IBA’s website offers a "Germany all inclusive” package and states that the offer is being funded by the German government and the German trade and industry “for approximately three years”.

The package includes pay of nearly £700 a month after tax, 170 hours of free language lessons, relocation costs, two expenses-paid visits a year home, plus training at one of Germany’s vocational schools according to the Daily Mail.