Intern Abroad in 2020

November 13, 2019

Looking to change your life & grow your career in 2020? There’s no better way to tackle those New Years Resolutions than by choosing to do an internship abroad! We’ve talked about the amazing benefits that interning abroad can have before. However, now that we’re about to usher in a new decade, the need for global experience is more important than ever!

Choosing where to intern is a big decision. That’s why API is here to help you in this process. Keep reading to get your questions answered, and to find out when our next batch of intern abroad applications are due!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the different internship models & how long do they last?

  • We have three options: an 8-week Fixed Date program, a Flex Date program (6-12 weeks), and a Study and Internship Program (12-Week)
  • Our placements are full-time professional internships (8 hours/day, minimum 4 days/week)

How does API find internship placements?

  • We’ll use the information you share with us (through your resume, cover letter, and in an interview) to do our best to find an internship based on your career and educational needs/goals.
  • We work with our on-site staff to find and secure placements.

I need credit for my internship. What do I do?

  • Students participating in our 8-Week Fixed Date program can receive credit through API’s school or record or through their home university.

Upcoming Deadlines

Applications for the following Flex Date Intern Abroad programs are due December 1st:

Auckland, New Zealand
Barcelona, Spain
Brisbane, Australia
Bristol, England
Dublin, Ireland
Edinburgh, Scotland
Gold Coast, Australia
London, England
Madrid, Spain
Melbourne, Australia
Seville, Spain
Sydney, Australia
Wellington, New Zealand

To get started on your application, click here!

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