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Placement


Guaranteed Internships

You are matched with an internship in one of your areas of interest that fits your previous experience. Students will complete 35 hours per week at the internship site. Internships are unpaid; your compensation is the extraordinary learning experience.

Personalized Process

Prior to departure you will meet with a representative in your global city to discuss your career interests. They will review your resume so you can tailor it to the industry and country expectations. They share their local knowledge with interview coaching, and customized employer outreach. The internship placements are organized through the program providers Global Career Center and EUSA.

Internship Placement Process

Support During Your Internship

Upon arrival, students will participate in on-site orientation that includes an introduction to local culture, transportation, health and safety protocol, and workplace cultural expectations. The program also includes discussion groups, cross-cultural activities, and events to integrate students into the city, local workforce, and the global internship cohort.

For Any Major

 

Internship Placement by Major & Industry

Sample Internship Placements

Anthropology/Visual Arts major interns at art gallery in Toronto
Economics major interns at a start-up consulting company in Hong Kong
Film Studies major interns at marketing firm in Toronto
History/Media Studies majorinterns at digital ad agency in Hong Kong
Math/Computer Science majorinterns at research institute in Singapore
English/Political Science major interns at women's NGO in Hong Kong

Students will be placed with small to mid-sized companies including innovative start-ups, global organizations, multinationals, and NGOs in a variety of industry and social sectors.

Industry Sectors

Communications, Media, Film & Webtelevision, film, news, magazines, literary agencies, and web developers
Technology, Research & Scienceengineering, construction, IT firms, and pharmaceutical companies
Arts, Culture & Historyart galleries, cultural sites, auction houses, fashion labels, and museums
Politics, Law & NGOslegal departments, law firms, governmental agencies, and trade associations
Designarchitecture, interior, industrial, graphics
Economics, Accounting & Businessinsurance, management consulting, and human resources
Community Service & Educationschools, community organizations, and children's services
Hospitality and Travelairlines, hotels and tourist destinations