- Edinburgh, United Kingdom
- Program Type:
- Intern Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Fall Semester, Spring Semester, Summer, Winter Semester
- Work Types:
- Animal Sciences, Business, Computer Science, Education, Engineering, Journalism, Medical, Psychology, Religion, Sciences & Environment, Social Sciences
- Program Description:
Students love Edinburgh for its varied opportunities with companies and institutions with which to intern. Combined with its political importance, Edinburgh has also become a cultural center, with dozens of museums, libraries, and significant historical buildings. Edinburgh is great to intern in if you’re a library science, graphic design, healthcare, nursing, or political science major. We’re certain to secure you a stellar work opportunity for the summer or full semester!
You'll understand how to communicate in a global work environment. You'll understand how to smash through cultural differences and get to the heart of working with a worldly team. After a detailed interview with us, we offer you the best-fit option for you to intern with a corporation or non-profit in your field.
Personal Advisor Financial Aid Guidance Pre-Departure Orientation Booklet Credit Transfer Assistance Passport Application Assistance Pre-Employment Skills Inventory Interview with Potential Overseas Employer Tailor-Made Entry Packet Competitive Internship Placement Housing - Shared Apartment Excursions and Cultural Immersion Activities Onsite Coordinator Airport Pick-Up and Transfer Next-Day Orientation International Health Insurance
- Setting Description:
- As the capital of Scotland, Edinburgh is host of Scottish Parliament. Students love Edinburgh for its varied opportunities to intern with companies and institutions. Combined with its political importance, Edinburgh has also become a cultural center, with dozens of museums, libraries, and significant historical buildings. The city also has a prestigious literary and philosophical history; during the Scottish Enlightenment, Edinburgh became a hotbed for philosophers like David Hume. The literary history is so pervasive that UNESCO named Edinburgh the first “City of Literature.”
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