IIP Program Overview
Internships are crucial to success in today’s competitive job market. The International Internship Program (IIP) gives you the competitive advantage through the experience of a summer-long, full-time internship abroad.
This program will challenge you to become culturally competent and add value to a company from day one. You will be pushed to be resourceful in a professional environment, put your coursework to practice, and build an international network. Get in touch with Stephanie Spirk, the IIP Program Manager, to learn more.
IIP Location Information
Berlin is a cultural and economic powerhouse of Europe. With a wide range of positions available, including creative industries, media corporations, and more traditional companies, there is an internship perfect for you.
Read all of the IIP Berlin student blogs here.
Dublin is a green, friendly, and bustling city with a strong economic drive. A top-30 global city according to the Globalization and World Cities Research Network, Dublin will give you the unique opportunity of interning in an English-speaking country with an international perspective.
Read all of the IIP Dublin student blogs here.
Madrid, located in the heart of Spain, is the country’s historic and political capital. The city offers a modern look at the Spanish lifestyle, mixing the age-old notion of siestas and tapas with the modern madrileños’ fast-paced, career-oriented lifestyle.
Read all of the IIP Madrid student blogs here.
Paris is a beautiful and historic city, which is also an important European economic center. Today, the city has one of the largest GDPs in the world and is a hub for scientific and cultural innovation. Not only will you have your picture taken in front of the Eiffel Tower, you’ll also learn to work and live the Parisian way.
Read all of the IIP Paris student blogs here.
Prague, Czech Republic
The “Golden City” of Prague has beautiful architecture, vibrant culture, and a deep history. Located in the heart of Europe, it is the capital of the Czech Republic, has an area of 496 km2 and is home to 1,200,000 people. The year 870, when Prague castle was established, is regarded as the beginning of the city’s existence. In 1918, at the end of World War I, Prague was declared the capital of a new country of the Czechoslovak Republic. In 1993 it became the capital of an independent Czech Republic.
Read all of the IIP Prague student blogs here.
San Francisco, United States
San Francisco is a bustling finance and business center, and a short drive from Silicon Valley, the global epicenter of technology and innovation, the perfect place to challenge you with an international internship experience. Explore San Francisco’s diverse culture, from Fisherman’s Wharf to Chinatown to the historic Mission District. Discover the world-class arts and entertainment scene while taking in the city’s natural beauty and rich history.
Read all of the IIP San Francisco student blogs here.
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