Program Details

Potential Placements are available for a variety of majors including Business, Hospitality, Communications and Arts. Students will have the opportunity to work in an organization pertinent to their major or interest while simultaneously exploring the beau
Location:
Singapore, Singapore
Program Type:
Intern Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Summer
Work Types:
Arts & Architecture, Business, Hospitality, Journalism, Law

Program Overview

Program Description:
Summer 2016 APP DEADLINE:03/18/2016 ** Rolling Admission TERM: 06/05/2016-07/30/2016 Spend your summer interning in one of the world's most dynamic and globalized cities. Participants are guaranteed an internship relevant to their academic fields. Students work full-time in a variety of industries for 8 weeks. Internship placement and student housing are organized by local staff. Participants earn six credits through George Mason University through journals and analysis of their internship experience. No previous professional experience or foreign language skills required! This program is open to all students with 45 credit hours completed by summer 2016 and a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above. Participants should be undergraduate students, including students who do not attend George Mason University.

Potential Placements are available for a variety of majors including Business, Hospitality, Communications and Arts. Students will have the opportunity to work in an organization pertinent to their major or interest while simultaneously exploring the beautiful city of Singapore.

Cost:
Program Fee (Summer 2016): $7400 Included: Tuition (6 credits) Housing - shared student apartment Internship placement Airport pickup upon arrival On-site cross cultural support Optional weekly group social activities Pre-Departure Orientation International travel insurance Not Included: International airfare Personal expenses Singapore Visa fee (if required) Meals

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