Intern in New Zealand

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Gain work experience in wonderful Wellington.

Enhance your resume, explore career interests, and broaden your horizons in one of the most fascinating countries in the world. New Zealand has exceptional appeal for adventure-seekers and culture vultures alike. Whether you prefer to admire the scenes from Lord of the Rings on a screen or you’d hike hours or even days to visit them in person, New Zealand is an amazing backdrop to your intern abroad experience. You’ll likely be placed and live in Wellington, considered the “San Francisco” of New Zealand – albeit perhaps a bit more quaint and charming.


What to Expect:

  • Language: English
  • Average Courseload: U.S. credit may be available
  • GPA Requirement: 2.5

Highlights:

  • Cosmopolitan city with a robust cultural scene
  • International work experience with people from all over the world
  • Custom housing options in the heart of the city
  • Abundant travel options with short, inexpensive flights to Asia, Oceania, and Australia
  • Comprehensive orientation and on-site support

Internship Placements

Art and Design internships available in New Zealand

Below are a few sample Art and Design placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

Other countries with Art and Design internships
<h4>Radio Production Intern at Campus Radio Station</h4>

Radio Production Intern at Campus Radio Station

Do you have a passion for music? Always dreamt of having your own radio show? This internship is your chance to see behind-the-scenes of a bustling campus radio station. You’ll work at one of Wellington’s universities, helping with the radio station’s production and programming, collaborating on marketing campaigns for the station and events, and attending and assisting at live music events.

<h4>Photography Intern at Photography Studio and Gallery</h4>

Photography Intern at Photography Studio and Gallery

Photography interns can boost their career experience with a hands-on opportunity in picturesque New Zealand. You’ll assist with the operations of a gallery and studio focused on commercial, portrait, and wedding assignments, and you’ll attend and help at photography shoots. This internship can be combined with another opportunity to take on photography assignments for Live NZ hosts looking for a skilled photographer.

<h4>Dance Intern at Creative Arts Center</h4>

Dance Intern at Creative Arts Center

Put your dance background and organization skills to work as an intern for a national dance organization. Your role includes researching participation levels and recreational dance, and creating links to international dance resources. You’ll write marketing copy for our in-house materials, and you’ll help to promote our annual Shakespeare festivals.

Biology and Ecology internships available in New Zealand

Below are a few sample Biology and Ecology placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

Other countries with Biology and Ecology internships
<h4>Rehabilitation Assistant at a Local Bird Rehabilitation Center</h4>

Rehabilitation Assistant at a Local Bird Rehabilitation Center

Interns in this position will help feed, treat, medicate, house and re-home injured and abandoned birds. The role consists of everything from cleaning aviaries and pens to making up medications and medicating birds. Full training given on site and interns will be taken through and complete a training manual specific to the facility.

<h4>Animal Caregiver at a Local Animal Shelter</h4>

Animal Caregiver at a Local Animal Shelter

An intern in this placement can expect to assist with triage of incoming animals to the shelter as well as assisting with a private veterinary practice that cares for privately-owned animals within the shelter. This is a great placement for someone looking to gain experience working with a number of different specials or in veterinary training.

Business & Economics internships available in New Zealand

Below are a few sample Business & Economics placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

Other countries with Business & Economics internships
<h4>HR Intern for Travel Company</h4>

HR Intern for Travel Company

Work for a large company in the travel sector. You will work with the human resources department to manage employee relations, handle queries from staff, and assist with trainings. In addition, you will post job descriptions, review candidates, and set up interviews for applicants.

<h4>Business Development Intern at Start Up</h4>

Business Development Intern at Start Up

You’ll gain business experience at this startup. You will work across all teams to help grow the business by reaching new clients. You will conduct market research, identify customer needs, and help establish an updated marketing campaign. Other duties include content creation for social media and email marketing campaigns.

<h4>International Economic Research and Development Intern at Economic Firm</h4>

International Economic Research and Development Intern at Economic Firm

Here’s your chance to elevate your skills by working for an international economic firm. Past interns have worked alongside local economists on possible models for regional development in New Zealand. And interns also helped to organize the International Economic Development Forum in Auckland, where they presented at the forum themselves.

Education internships available in New Zealand

Below are a few sample Education placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

Other countries with Education internships
<h4>Special Education Intern at a School for Students with Physical Disabilities and Special Needs</h4>

Special Education Intern at a School for Students with Physical Disabilities and Special Needs

You’ll provide students with assistance to stay on task and to work with set programmes and materials, as directed by the teaching and therapy staff. Your allocated duties are carried out in an efficient and careful manner, as directed by the teaching/therapy staff. You’ll need awareness and the ability to accept or ask for guidance when appropriate. You’ll also provide assistance at mealtimes as required under the guidance of the Speech Language Therapist (SLT). The working environment and equipment is kept clean.

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Teacher's Aide at a Primary School

As a teacher’s aide, you’ll gain firsthand knowledge of the New Zealand primary school education system and observe the differences in the education system to that of your own. The teaching of Te Reo Māori (indigenous language and culture), along with other unique components of the local grade school education, will make this a valuable experience. You’ll acquire a deeper understanding of the New Zealand culture, whilst contributing to an education environment always appreciative of a ‘helping hand’.

<h4>Early Childhood Education Provider</h4>

Early Childhood Education Provider

At this organization, you’ll work to ensure schedules and observations are being undertaken, and that childhood programs and plans conform to Te Whāriki Curriculum. You’ll also document children’s needs and maintain professional teaching standards.

Entrepreneurship internships available in New Zealand

Below are a few sample Entrepreneurship placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

Other countries with Entrepreneurship internships
<h4>Entrepreneurship Intern at Major Conference</h4>

Entrepreneurship Intern at Major Conference

This internship is great opportunity to gain experience working on an internationally recognized event. You’ll assist in marketing and project management leading up to a major entrepreneurship conference, and you may even travel within New Zealand to promote the event with high schools and university students and young professionals.

<h4>Entrepreneurship Intern at Startup</h4>

Entrepreneurship Intern at Startup

Gain professional experience while working at an exciting startup. Past interns have worked on a variety of projects, including market research and marketing campaigns (primarily through social media). Your role might also include creating and maintaining positive relationships with local companies and organizations.

Environmental & Sustainability internships available in New Zealand

Below are a few sample Environmental & Sustainability placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

Other countries with Environmental & Sustainability internships
<h4>Pest Control Intern at Wildlife Sanctuary</h4>

Pest Control Intern at Wildlife Sanctuary

Work in a variety of capacities at this great New Zealand sanctuary. You will focus on pest control, checking vehicles, timber, and potting mixes to make sure they are free of pests. This also includes the removal or certain trees and other plants, plus educating visitors and maintaining the vehicles and tools that are used here.

<h4>Wild Life Sanctuary Intern</h4>

Wild Life Sanctuary Intern

You’ll do everything from helping maintain the building and facilities to creating best practices for visitor safety. You will also focus on flora and fauna restoration, as well as working with visitors as they learn in the beautiful wildlife sanctuary.

Film and Television internships available in New Zealand

Below are a few sample Film and Television placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

Other countries with Film and Television internships
<h4>Radio Programming Intern at University Radio Station</h4>

Radio Programming Intern at University Radio Station

Combine your passion for music with your technical knowledge, computer literacy, and excellent communication skills. You can intern for a college radio station at one of Wellington’s leading universities. Your work includes producing and programming shows, creating marketing campaigns for the radio station and events, and assisting at live music events.

<h4>Mass Media Production House Intern</h4>

Mass Media Production House Intern

Students interested in media production will have the opportunity to work in the industry, assisting with the design and rebrand of a production studio. You’ll work directly in television and film, learning and improving on your industry-specific technical skills.

<h4>Intern at a Production Center for Children</h4>

Intern at a Production Center for Children

The National Theater for Children works with professional artists to present live theater to children around New Zealand and internationally. Work at this world-class music and multimedia production suite, where you can discover the exciting possibilities of combining music with technology. This company has the country’s only fully-equipped television studio, offering you hands-on experience in television production.

<h4>TV Production Intern at a Renowned Studio</h4>

TV Production Intern at a Renowned Studio

Work at this one-stop production house that delivers from concept to completion in a purpose-built, modern environment designed for film & television production. Two high end digital editing suites and a voice recording studio provide for TV documentaries, short films, music videos, and current affairs productions. Previously, interns have been fortunate to take projects that commenced at this studio on to completion at Peter Jackson’s ‘state of the art’ production facility in Wellington.

Finance internships available in New Zealand

Below are a few sample Finance placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

Other countries with Finance internships
<h4>Finance Support Intern at Financial Services Firm</h4>

Finance Support Intern at Financial Services Firm

This financial services company contracts out to other local businesses, so you will work with many different companies. Some of your tasks will include creating spreadsheet models for business growth, maintaining databases, and assisting with workshops for the other companies.

<h4>Financial Services Intern at Small NGO</h4>

Financial Services Intern at Small NGO

In this small company you’ll work on multiple teams, helping with data integration and the creation of quarterly and annual reports. You’ll also work on coding company invoices and creating systems for better financial accuracy across all teams.

<h4>Finance Research Intern at Research Institute</h4>

Finance Research Intern at Research Institute

At this international research institute you’ll work with economists from around the world on possible development models for that region. You’ll assist with the preparation of economic development reports and create a presentation to give at the end.

Government & Politics internships available in New Zealand

Below are a few sample Government & Politics placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

Other countries with Government & Politics internships
<h4>Criminal Law Intern at a Law Office</h4>

Criminal Law Intern at a Law Office

You may be responsible for drafting documents and/or liaising with clients, courts, and prosecutors. You’ll work on criminal legal aid cases by helping with legal research and drafting legal submissions. You will handle research and do some administrative and office duties. You will be responsible for assisting attorneys in investigating testimony and depositions.

<h4>Civil Law Intern at a Law Office</h4>

Civil Law Intern at a Law Office

Work in civil law. You can expect to do research work for the lawyers, draft letters to potential clients, accompany lawyers to interviews, and participate in the outreach programs. You will also manage files and documents, and participate in discovery and procedures relating to litigation.

<h4>Political Science Intern in Parliament</h4>

Political Science Intern in Parliament

Work with a member of the local parliament. Exact responsibilities can be hard to predict, as things are always changing in government. You may work on projects regarding current issues, comment on the effects of legislation, accompany your supervisor to Parliamentary meetings, and/or conduct general administrative duties.

Hospitality Tourism & Event Planning internships available in New Zealand

Below are a few sample Hospitality Tourism & Event Planning placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

Other countries with Hospitality Tourism & Event Planning internships
<h4>Hotel Management Intern at Boutique Property</h4>

Hotel Management Intern at Boutique Property

You’ll work in front desk service, liaising and socializing with check-in and check-out guests. You’ll deal with office and computer work and manage the website and social media. You’ll manage and update booking systems. Finally, you’ll act as a liaison between different departments of the hotel, to assist in the smooth daily operation, including all daily department report sheets.

<h4>Tourism Management Intern at Local Hotel</h4>

Tourism Management Intern at Local Hotel

You will enhance the hotel atmosphere and give guests a positive experience with the staff, beyond the front desk, by offering organized social activities. Interact with guests and develop new ideas to increase guest satisfaction and engagement. Learn the operations of the business and assist in the different areas of the organization.

<h4>Hospitality Intern at a Museum Trust</h4>

Hospitality Intern at a Museum Trust

Become an expert in the delivery of museum tours. You’ll drive retail sales, promote venue hire and the friends membership. You’ll assist the collections department with an inventory and the rehousing of collection items. You’ll gain experience in object handling and packing, as well as receive a general introduction to collection management processes.

IT and Computer Systems internships available in New Zealand

Below are a few sample IT and Computer Systems placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

Other countries with IT and Computer Systems internships
<h4>Website and App Development and Design Intern</h4>

Website and App Development and Design Intern

Develop apps for this startup. You’ll work with young, innovative people that are working on multiple apps at once for mass consumer consumption. Some of your tests will include brainstorm sessions, coding, design input, and testing.

<h4>eCommerce Intern at Business Center</h4>

eCommerce Intern at Business Center

This business center predominantly houses technology companies. There are multiple opportunities here, depending on your IT skill level. The opportunities include programming and software development, GIS, and digital mapping. You’ll work with multiple tech companies, seeing how different businesses operate.

<h4>Software Development and Testing Intern</h4>

Software Development and Testing Intern

Your work in IT at this software development company will include the opportunity to analyze, design, develop, test, and troubleshoot software systems to ensure efficient operation. You’ll also work across other teams on support issues and to verify software fixes.

<h4>eCommerce Intern at Business Center</h4>

eCommerce Intern at Business Center

This business center predominantly houses technology companies. There are multiple opportunities here, depending on your IT skill level. The opportunities include programming and software development, GIS, and digital mapping. You’ll work with multiple tech companies, seeing how different businesses operate.

Journalism and Media internships available in New Zealand

Below are a few sample Journalism and Media placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

Other countries with Journalism and Media internships
<h4>Media Intern at Weekly Newspaper</h4>

Media Intern at Weekly Newspaper

Do you have writing and photography skills, and want to elevate both? This newspaper internship will get you bylines and photo credits. You’ll write stories and take photos, getting real-world experience at a busy weekly community newspaper in New Zealand.

<h4>Radio Programming Intern at University Radio Station</h4>

Radio Programming Intern at University Radio Station

Combine your passion for music with your technical knowledge, computer literacy, and excellent communication skills. You can intern for a college radio station at one of Wellington’s leading universities. Your work includes producing and programming shows, creating marketing campaigns for the radio station and events, and assisting at live music events.

<h4>Media Intern at Community Radio Station</h4>

Media Intern at Community Radio Station

Make a splash in radio journalism in New Zealand. Past interns have produced a short promotional film about the community radio station, painted a mural, assisted with promoting street carnivals and public events, and researched and presented a show.

Marketing Advertising & PR internships available in New Zealand

Below are a few sample Marketing Advertising & PR placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

Other countries with Marketing Advertising & PR internships
<h4>Brand Management Intern</h4>

Brand Management Intern

You’ll work with many different companies and brands at this brand management company. You will help develop social media content, oversee the website, and provide input on physical copy content. In addition, you will support the agency in new client proposals and in launching their updated brand portfolios.

<h4>Marketing Intern at Travel Consulting Firm</h4>

Marketing Intern at Travel Consulting Firm

This company uses industry knowledge, data, and unique models to help find the best travel options and deals for their clients. Your work will be focused on growing the brand and getting more clients from around the world. You will do marketing analysis and support the sales and marketing teams on content creation and social media.

<h4>Advertising Intern</h4>

Advertising Intern

You’ll be involved with the production of creating advertisements for commercial products or services. You’ll assist in writing press releases for new products and assist in the creation of media campaigns for new clients. You’ll assist with marketing and social media, press releases, and website content.

Social Work internships available in New Zealand

Below are a few sample Social Work placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

Other countries with Social Work internships
<h4>Social Work Internship</h4>

Social Work Internship

You’ll work in social work with people from different age groups and backgrounds, and with different needs. You’ll respond to crises, support the needs of clients, and provide support. You will participate in and support young people to engage in physical activities, such as hiking, swimming, or ice skating.

<h4>Psychology Internship</h4>

Psychology Internship

You will provide support and guidance for young people who are trying to develop life skills. You’ll work with people on returning home or to school, or with re-integration into the community. You will conduct interviews, file reviews, and conduct mental status examinations. You may work one on one or participate in research.

<h4>Social Work Intern at a Counseling Center</h4>

Social Work Intern at a Counseling Center

You’ll help people with substance abuse and health issues, post-traumatic stress, and relationship problems. You will work directly with clients, listening to their concerns and issues. You will maintain records and information of clients. You will show patience and respect while helping people in a counseling setting.

Sports and Exercise Science internships available in New Zealand

Below are a few sample Sports and Exercise Science placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

Other countries with Sports and Exercise Science internships
<h4>Sports Program Coordinator at Sports Association</h4>

Sports Program Coordinator at Sports Association

Assist the director of this sports association by setting up after sports related school programs for children. You will do everything from running the after school programs to administration duties to recruiting more students and volunteers. You will also help to give out the awards that are given out at the end of the program.

<h4>Research Intern</h4>

Research Intern

Assist with biomedical investigations centered around but not limited to, the human airways, autonomic nervous system, EEG, physiological and neurological testing. Interns may get the opportunity to assist with human testing or biomedical device design.

<h4>Sports Management Intern</h4>

Sports Management Intern

You’ll be involved in organizing events and marketing tasks. You’ll design and implement a community event or program, and plan for the evaluation of the event or program. You will manage the website and social media platforms.

Program Details

Intern for Credit

Want credit for your internship? We can do that for you!

A respected New Hampshire university, Plymouth State University is CIS Abroad’s accrediting partner for internship programs. Plymouth State University is a NEASC accredited institution with over 20 years of experience awarding internship credit both domestically and internationally. Plymouth State University has been nationally recognized for its commitment to the environment and for innovative programs that are making an impact both regionally and globally.

Learn more about interning for credit through Plymouth State University here.

Why Life in Wellington

Wellington is a compact, walkable city likened to San Francisco. Situated on the southern tip of the North Island, Wellington is the political, business, and cultural capital of New Zealand. You’ll join nearly 500,000 other people who live in Wellington, but the city truly feels like a close-knit community.

Kiwis in Wellington are enthusiastic about living a good life, and they want to celebrate with great music, delicious food, and exciting film, culture, and art festivals. You’ll find more restaurants and cafés per capita than New York City! Spend a day at Te Papa national museum of New Zealand or ride the cable car up to the space observatory or botanical gardens. Additionally, you can feel like you’ve traveled back in time at the Zealandia wildlife sanctuary. “Windy Wellington” has all the sophistication and modernity of a major city, but still has the charm, safety, cleanliness, and friendliness of a small town. It’s no wonder Wellington was recently ranked 12th in the world for best quality of living!

You’ll be in awe of Wellington’s natural beauty. The city is known for its picturesque harbor views and rolling green mountain sides. The harbor’s three islands offer an abundance of bush walks and reserves so you can get a break from the city. Jump on a tour bus to explore the volcanic, desolate Tongariro National Park. Or travel farther north so you can sunbathe on the sub-tropical beaches of Northland, Bay of Plenty, Waikato, and Auckland. If you feel really adventurous, hop on the ferry and set sail for New Zealand’s magnificent South Island. Wellington’s airport can quickly connect you to the rest of the country, to Australia, and beyond!

Live La Vida Local

  • Attend a play

    Wellington is also known for its amazing art scene. Sample a play at “Bats Theatre” – a theatre that showcases the work of up and coming actors and directors.

  • Weta Workshop

    Go behind the scenes and experience Wellywood in action. Even if you don’t like films, you will enjoy seeing the creativity that goes into making them.

  • Night market

    Wellingtonians love food - almost as much as coffee. Sample some street food at one of the lively night markets.

  • Sports events

    No trip to NZ would be complete without seeing a rugby match. Put on something yellow and blue and get along to see the local Wellington team, the Hurricanes, play.

  • Sailing

    Head out onto Wellington Harbour. You’ll be on the tiller before you know it.

Housing in Wellington

Location

While housing amenities may vary, most participants live in self-catered apartments with other interns in a single room. Most apartments are located in downtown Wellington (central business district) and within a reasonable walk or public transit route of your placement.

Meals

Apartments have kitchens equipped with cooking utensils, a stove, dishwasher, refrigerator, and dishes so you can cook your own meals!

Inclusions and Amenities

  • SharedBathroom
  • Bed linens
  • CommutePublic Transportation
  • Kitchen Equipment
  • Single Room
  • Towels
  • Wi-Fi

What's Included

Inclusions

Program fees are in US dollars and include the following:

  • Internship placement and supervision
  • Housing
  • Medical and accident insurance
  • Pre-departure and onsite orientation
  • Financial aid counseling
  • Assistance with travel arrangements
  • Airport pickup service
  • On-site support
  • La Vida Local cultural program

Welcome & Orientation

Upon arrival you’ll take part in a comprehensive orientation program. You’ll learn the “do’s and don’ts” of living in Wellington, New Zealand like where to go out, how to stay safe and how to get around and where the best places to buy food are. You’ll also learn some helpful Kiwi and Maori sayings and gain some insights into Kiwi culture. As we know students love food, we will also treat you to a yummy welcome meal showcasing some of the modern Asian food that Wellington is known for.

Farewell & Re-Entry Program

Though you’re not an astronaut returning from space, re-entering your home culture after being abroad can take some adjustment. We’ll walk you through some of the things to expect, and strategies for coping with reverse culture shock. Plus, relive some highlights of your time abroad and, in true Kiwi style we will feed you more ‘kai’ as part of our farewell.

Site Director

Helena Henare-Coolen
Travel Tip:

Leave the umbrella at home as it is no match for the capital known as ‘Windy Wellington”. Make sure you pack a good raincoat and some warm socks.

Travel Tip:

Leave the umbrella at home as it is no match for the capital known as ‘Windy Wellington”. Make sure you pack a good raincoat and some warm socks.

About:

Helena was born and bred in Wellington, New Zealand but a curious spirit and a former career took her to Australia and throughout Europe. Since returning to New Zealand, she started “a pay it forward” social enterprise called the Steampunk Food Van that provides meals for people living on the street or in poverty. She is a passionate social entrepreneur who is forever exploring and learning new things about people, community and environmental sustainability. In her spare time, you’ll find Helena frollicking about the vast area of New Zealand that is protected national park, or enjoying a specialty coffee at one of the many cafes that are popping up: New Zealand is fast becoming a nation of coffee drinkers, whilst many Kiwis will still ask if you’d like to join them for a “cuppa tea” when you visit their home.

Your Support Staff

Global Advising Team
Travel Tip:

We love what we do and want to talk to you! The Global Advising Center is here to help you decide on a program, and complete the Online Application. From the moment you first hear from us—be it through a text, phone call, email or personal visit—you will find that our passion for international education is contagious. We’re ready to launch you abroad.

Michelle Everard
Travel Tip:

Journal, journal, journal! Write down the little things, the strange details & whatever made you laugh. It’s the little things that make a trip amazing and are easily the most forgotten.

Alexandra Woolner
Travel Tip:

Expect the unexpected! Sometimes culture shock is stronger in countries where you expect things to be more similar to your home country and environment. Traveling abroad is an excellent way to learn more about your own culture, habits, style, and adaptability.

COVID-19 Plan

COVID-19 Plan

We believe that study abroad is still possible during the COVID-19 pandemic, but certain policies and procedures will need to be in place to ensure every student can be safe and healthy during their semester abroad.

We monitor international indicators and health standards in the country and our risk management team makes decisions based on those and our own policy. We will make a decision no less than 45 days before a program starts what options are available to you and what the contingency plan is for your program. We will do all that we can to support you during this time.

Learn more about CIS Abroad’s Risk Management Team’s three step process for operating  our programs around the world and important program refund policies.

Program Suspended

This program is currently not available for the Academic Year 2020/21. Please consider other options by exploring our Open Spring 2021 Programs or consider a Virtual Internship.

Dates & Prices

ADVISOR TIP: Please WAIT to book flights until you have received confirmed dates in your acceptance paperwork. Dates posted here are subject to change.

  • Application Deadline: May 15
  • Arrival: September 4
  • Departure: November 27
  • Price: $8,390
  • Application Deadline: Oct 1 (Estimated)
  • Arrival: January 8 (Estimated)
  • Departure: March 5 | April 16 (Estimated)
  • Price: $5,690 - $8,390 (Estimated)
  • Application Deadline: Oct 15 (Estimated)
  • Arrival: February 5 (Estimated)
  • Departure: April 4 | May 2 (Estimated)
  • Price: $5,690 - $8,390 (Estimated)
  • Application Deadline: Feb 15 (Estimated)
  • Arrival: May 15 (Estimated)
  • Departure: July 10 | August 7 (Estimated)
  • Price: $5,990 - $7,490 (Estimated)
  • Application Deadline: Mar 1 (Estimated)
  • Arrival: June 12 (Estimated)
  • Departure: August 7 | September 4 (Estimated)
  • Price: $5,990 - $7,490 (Estimated)
Additional Information:

All sessions:
8 week internship: $5,690
12 week internship: $7,490
14 week internship: $8390

As with all study abroad programs, you should count on a few additional expenses.

CIS Abroad reserves the right to alter fees at any time due to currency fluctuations and/or fee changes made by our partner universities.