We recommend that the student should make a comprehensive web search for international internship prior to making an application or a decision. Here is a short list of noteworthy external resources, just to start:


AIESEC – student-administered and present in over 100 countries, this fee-charging organisation provides 60,000 members a year the opportunity to live and work in foreign countries in areas of management, technology, education, and development.


IAESTE – founded in 1948 and present in over 80 countries, this programme is open to degree level science, engineering, technology and applied arts students in the second year of study and above.


KOPRA – a non-profit entity administering more than 500 internships focused on East Asia. – a web portal offering a directory of over 27,000 opportunities abroad.


The Leonardo da Vinci Programme – administered by the European Commission as part of its Lifelong Learning Programme, this offers financial support to EU students involved in internships in other EU countries.


Intrax Global Internships – an organisation offering college students and recent grads from the US, Canada, and the EU internship placements in Europe, South America and Asia.


CIEE – a non-profit, non-governmental organisation offering programmes for international students, recent graduates and working professionals as part of the US government’s J-1 Exchange Visitor Program to qualified international candidates for up to 18 months.


IES Global – provides internships in over 150 companies in China across a variety of highly sought after industry sectors, as well as teaching internships in Vietnam.


CRCC Asia – a fee-charging agency arranging internships in China in areas including law and green technology, and that usually has three times as many applicants as the 1,300 places it offers.


International Cross-cultural Committee – headquartered in Tokyo and with offices in numerous countries, ICC accepts students and recent graduates between the ages of 20 to 30 from around the world to intern with host organisations in the Tokyo area.


Internqueen Lauren Berger – Berger works with over 1,000 employers worldwide, connecting them with some of the most ambitious high school and college interns on the planet. Berger’s website reaches over 80,000 different students, parents, and employers each month.


Jobs in Asia – Jobs-in-Asia is one of the largest free platforms for internship and graduate job vacancies in Asia. At the moment, our website already hosts more than one thousand jobs from various companies across China, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia and India from a variety of fields.


European Patent Office’s exciting programme of internship opportunities for Science and Engineering students.


The striving student can find out many companies, visit their websites and contact their internship coordinators. We will be in attendance also for any kind of help needed during the process…

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