Displaying items by tag: Work Abroad http://www.interninc.com Wed, 08 Jul 2015 00:01:44 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Interested In Going Abroad? Make It Happen With An Internship! http://www.interninc.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=112:interested-in-going-abroad?-make-it-happen-with-an-internship&Itemid=249 http://www.interninc.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=112:interested-in-going-abroad?-make-it-happen-with-an-internship&Itemid=249 Interested In Going Abroad? Make It Happen With An Internship!

Do you love to travel? Do you need an excuse to jet around the world? Are you having a hard time fitting a semester abroad into your budget? Maybe you should consider an internship abroad. Interning abroad is an opportunity for you to gain the same experience study abroad has to offer, except you're getting real experience.

Studying abroad can be very costly, sometimes even exceeding the amount of your tuition. However, pretty much all of the students that have come back said it was the best experience of their life.

An internship abroad is very similar to a study abroad program in that it provides a way for you gain cultural understanding of your host city while also gaining real work experience. Not to mention the price difference is quite favorable. Whether the internship is paid or you're able to get financial help from your school, it's a more cost-effective way to spend time overseas than taking classes.

Beware of internship placement companies that expect you to fork over thousands of dollars just for being placed in an overseas internship (never mind living expenses...).

The logistics for interning abroad are almost the same as a study program because many internships you find abroad are part of an intern program. They assist you with the whole “going abroad” process.

Many of the programs include internship placement and supervision, housing, meal plans (occasionally), financial aid counseling, and sometimes language training. Instead of getting credits that may not transfer, you get this loaded experience to put on your resume! Think about it…

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