A customized and inspiring study abroad experience awaits you at Hebrew University’s Rothberg International School (RIS). You’ll choose from a wide range of special interest programs and electives taught in English at Israel’s #1 university, with Jerusalem as your second classroom – a city known for rich history as well as high-tech innovation. Internships, independent studies, and volunteer opportunities are also available.
The program offers a semester of study and cultural immersion in Spain’s capital.
Known as the business capital of Italy, Milan is the place to study abroad for Business majors. Home to Italy’s stock exchange, the Borsa Italiana, and famous global companies like Giorgio Armani, Bugatti, and Pirelli, Milan offers a dynamic international business setting. We provide one-of-a-kind courses that explore the world of business, as well as a wide variety of courses focusing on contemporary issues in Italy. All IES Abroad area studies courses are taught by experts in their fields, and are conducted in English. We also offer a guest lecture series and an extensive list of course-related excursions that help you learn more about the Italian business culture. Round out your study abroad education with the required Italian language classes that are tailored to your skill level. Our Business Studies Program also allows you to take courses in Business, Finance, Marketing, Economics, and Banking at top Italian universities. Take a course in Italian economics at the Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi, one of the top business schools in the world. You can also enroll in a partner university course to learn about international business alongside Italian and international students. Take an elective course in Art History, Political Science, or Photography to create a diverse course load, or combine your coursework with an internship. Through an optional internship, you will gain hands-on work experience, from business and consulting firms to fashion and luxury brands. No matter what internship you have, the experience will not only be valuable to your study abroad experience, but to your career as well.
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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