International Internships provide graduate and undergraduate students the opportunity to work in a new work culture and gain career-related insights which help them learn from a multi-faceted environment. The in-depth knowledge and experience earned will definitely add stars to your resume!
Goldman Sachs – Intern Abroad as a Summer Analyst
Apply for this international internship if you fancy working in the financial market. One of the perks is you can apply anywhere- their offices in Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa!
Interning in the position as an Analyst, you will learn how the company performs as a business venture.
Not only this lets you fly abroad for a couple of months, but Goldman Sachs hires many of their interns for full-time positions!
Eligibility: Final year students or Freshers from any field.
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KONE — All-Expenses Paid Internship Abroad
KONE is an international venture in the escalator and elevator industry, and it has been enlisted in the Forbes list of the world’s most innovative companies, and good news for you is: they have internships abroad!
This is a great sector for an engineering major, KONE also has international internships in IT, business, law, and other disciplines. Language skills may be required, depending on the host country.
Their International Trainee Program (ITP) includes round-trip travel expenses in addition to your salary. If selected, they will not only arrange your accommodations but make sure you have someone overseas to support you!
Deloitte — International Business Internship Abroad
With Deloitte’s Internship Program you will score a business internship, where you learn networking and gain skills with an internship in Brazil, China, Italy, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, or Turkey! Deloitte is fancied as one of the “Big Four” professional services firms, it’s also an experience that will look amazing on your resume!
Ther terms for their set-up is a great opportunity for someone who is a little anxious about the prospect of spending a whole summer abroad. They let you spend the first few weeks of your internship training in your home country before you fly away for your month abroad.
IAESTE — Paid Technical Internships Worldwide
IAESTE, the International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience, offers paid internships in technical fields like engineering, agriculture, computer science, architecture etc in more than 80 countries around the world.
English is the required language for most internships in most countries. So, if foreign languages aren’t really your cup of tea, this internship program is sorted for you!
U.S. Embassy in Paris or London — Intern in International Relations
Perfect for the high achieving international relations major, the Pamela Harriman Foreign Service Fellowship provides a $5,000 stipend to one intern at each embassy each summer.
All you have to do is score a U.S. Department of State internship, then you have to get the fellowship, and imagine that summer you’ll have! And even if you don’t score the fellowship, you’re still on the way for a great career in foreign service or international relations.
The World Bank — International Internships
World Bank offers positions mostly in Washington, D.C. but there are typically a few positions abroad, and all internships are paid!
Internships are offered in economics, finance, human development, social science, agriculture, environment, private sector development, as well as other related fields.
The need? You must be enrolled in a graduate program, and in most cases, you will need to know a second language. Just meet their necessities, and you are good to go!
With these international internships, you can plan out your year ahead. Also, let us know your opinion on how these can help your career in the comment section!