Would you like to start an international career being a student? If so, you should find a good internship abroad. I hope my list of internships around the world will help you to make a right decision.
Deadline: 21 July
Macquarie is looking for students from a wide range of degree backgrounds who are completing their degree in 2017. You'll be looking to gain real experience and to help us create success for clients, colleagues and communities. You can build your own future as you contribute to ours.
Your career development starts with a Macquarie wide orientation. You'll then embark on a structured 10 – 12 week program with on-the-go training and the opportunity to build your network. The experience you will have throughout your program can set you up for a successful career following the completion of your studies.
Banking and Financial Services Group
Commodities and Financial Markets
Corporate and Asset Finance Group
Corporate Operations Group
Financial Management Group
Legal and Governance
Macquarie Asset Management
Macquarie Securities Group
Risk Management Group
Deadline: every year before 31 March
KONE International Trainee Program (ITP) is for university students who are at least halfway through their studies. Good English language skills are essential for an International Trainee. In many cases you should also be familiar with the language of the host country. In the program you will face interesting challenges and become acquainted with KONE as a global company. ITP is also an excellent stepping-stone to a career at KONE.
Internships last from three to six months, and usually begin between April and June. If you are selected for the ITP, we cover your round-trip travel costs to the host country and pay a trainee salary. The local KONE unit will help arrange your accommodations and will assign a contact person to whom you can turn for support. It is the trainee's responsibility to obtain personal insurance as well as residence and work permits (if applicable) before departure.
An internship at Northrop Grumman is unique. Sure, you’ll learn new skills, explore our enterprise, network with experts, connect with thought leaders, and finish with a resume that opens doors. But you’ll gain something even more valuable: pride in what you’ve done.
For college level internships we typically look for rising sophomores, juniors, seniors, and graduate students at accredited colleges and universities
We look for high potential students of all grade levels, and even have internship opportunities for high school students
Work assignments typically begin in May/June and end in August/September (minimum 8-12 week commitment). There are some opportunities for interns to stay on in a part-time internship capacity year round.
Included in many of our intern programs are orientation and kick-off events, networking opportunities with leadership and other interns, social activities, and learning sessions
You’re enthusiastic about your studies and already have a bachelor’s degree or the equivalent? Then perhaps you’re also interested in getting some practical experience in an area directly related to today’s sociopolitical issues. If so, a number of exciting responsibilities await you as an intern at the Bertelsmann Stiftung.
You should have:
a bachelor's degree or the equivalent
at least three months' time to spend as an intern with
internship or service-leaning experience (preferred)
interest in our work and the relevant Bertelsmann
You are very welcome to join us as an international intern, especially given Bertelsmann Stiftung’s increasingly international focus. We therefore accept applications in English.
Please make sure that you meet the following requirements:
Good command of German (the foundation’s working
language is German)
Excellent command of English
Some practical experience
Please also remember that you need to apply well in advance (4–6 months), since you may need a visa and a work permit. If you are an enrolled student, we will help you apply for your work permit.
Deadline: 29 September
Mountbatten participants live in New York, not as tourists, but as young professionals pursuing a postgraduate qualification. No other programme can provide such an experience; the Mountbatten Institute is unique.
We facilitate a carefully designed training programme that provides an opportunity to learn about both American and International business practices and to experience the rich cultural diversity of America's most populous region, in America's most cosmopolitan city. We provide everything needed to succeed as a professional New Yorker from the moment of arrival:
On-going personal guidance and support
Special events, excursions and volunteer
A typical week for a trainee in New York includes full-time professional training, one or two evenings per week of classes and the occasional weekend session. In each cohort a core group of active and dedicated participants will devote their free time to the activities of the Intern Management Committee, while others plan a weekend trip to Montreal or the White House. Some stay local and explore one of New York City's five Boroughs, a visit to Coney Island in Brooklyn, for example. Still others take a class, play football, explore a museum, shop or volunteer with a local charity.