FIE Dublin students have the opportunity to intern at a small-to-medium sized Irish company in the vibrant capital city. Take advantage of the “big village feel” unique to Dublin! Live, work, AND play (not necessarily in that order) in Dublin, Ireland, where a treasure trove of internships awaits you. As the modern business landscape is all about globalization, international markets, and benefiting the public good, there’s never been a better time to get a leg up and add some TA-DA! to your resume than by jumpstarting your career with an internship at a small-to-mediumorganization.SEMESTERYou’ll take four to five classes at Dublin Business School (DBS), including FIE’s signature Irish Life and Cultures Course and the International Internship Course (IIC) and intern about two days a week. After you clock off from a hard day’s work, find mighty craic (that’s Irish slang for “fun”) with your new co-workers-turned- lifelong connections. The European professional scene is yours for the taking. Ready to snag an internship in Dublin?Courses:• Irish Life and Cultures• International Internship Course (IIC)• Two to three Dublin Business School (DBS) electivesSUMMERAs part of FIE’s signature International Internship Course (IIC) you will work four days per week for eight weeks in a small-tomedium sized Dublin enterprise. The IIC combines classroom seminars with your internship placement, and provides a place to analyze and reflect on your experience. You’ll boost your resume with an international work credential and gain skills in intercultural communication—both necessities in today’s global marketplace.Courses:• International Internship Course (IIC)Courses:Placement Areas Include:Accountancy & Finance • Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations • Business Administration • Business & Economics • Communications • Graphic Design & Web Design • Historical & Cultural Organizations • Hotel, Catering & Hospitality • Human Resources • Information Technology & Multimedia• Legal & Justice Organizations • Sports • Travel, Tourism & Leisure
Rome is booming with tourism, service, high-tech, banking, and research companies, not to mention it’s the hub for the Italian film industry. Our program guarantees an internship placement to help you develop professional skills that will jump-start your résumé and make you more attractive to employers in today’s competitive job market. IES Internships' unpaid, academic internships have placed Rome interns at a variety of companies while also showing them the sights and sounds of Italy. Before you depart, we work with you to fine-tune your résumé, perfect your cover letter, hone your networking and interview skills, as well as prepare you for working in a new cultural environment. You'll be guaranteed a placement at a local business or organization, where you'll work for at least 25 hours a week. You will enroll in a required 1- or 6-credit academic internship seminar with other interns, where you’ll learn about a variety of local business settings and opportunities. An optional 3-credit Italian language course is also offered, the placement for which is determined by an online predeparture language test. With IES Internships' dedicated staff and international connections, you can be sure that you’ll find an internship that meets your goals. You’ll learn, and learn to stand out. Spend your free time getting to know Rome through our cultural events and optional field trips to Assisi & Perugia, the Amalfi Coast, and Tuscany. Placements are available to students of all language levels, though students with more advanced Italian usually have a wider array of internship options available. AVAILABLE FIELDS: Art, Arts History & Humanities Business, Marketing & Accounting Environment & Community Service Entrepreneurship Finance Immigration & Social Inclusion International Development International Relations & Political Science IT Logistics Media & Journalism Social Action
The Sydney Internship program combines coursework at the BU Sydney Academic Center with professional work experience in or near Sydney.
An international internship at FIE is a pre-professional, field-based experience coupled with coursework. It is a fantastic way for students to experience working life in another country, and to refine their future career goals and strengthen their resume. The study and intern program is available for the fall and spring semester (15.5 weeks), a shorter course (9-10.5 weeks) is offered during winter quarter or summer. FIE's Experiential Education Team evaluates a student's CV, coursework and experience carefully to ensure an appropriate match is made between the student's background and an organization's needs. London is your classroom! Using the city, your faculty will lead co-curricular activities to museums, theatre productions, brewery's, historic sites, and more to put classroom theory into practice. FIE offers engaging and varied coursework, taught by renowned faculty. Elective offerings include courses in arts, literature, theater, global business, history, politics, social science, media, communication, social justice and contemporary Britain. FIE's relationships with local organizations and businesses are unparalleled. The quality of our internship placements is consistently strong and well-matched to students' professional goals helping you build your skills and your resume. FIE offers a Service Internship pathway for those students who wish to pursue a professional experience in a not-for-profit or charity environment while giving back to the greater London community. Unlike a traditional internship, a student's primary focus is civic engagement. The International Internship Course (IIC) provides students with the opportunity to ground their field-based internship experience with academic analysis and reflection. The IIC will help you channel your developing professional and cultural skills and provide personal and career awareness.
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