Intern in South Africa

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Intern in the lively, ocean-side city of Cape Town.

Intern during the semester or summer in Cape Town, South Africa! Practice independence in the lively progressive city of Cape Town, known for its active and welcoming LGBTQIA+ communities. Upon arrival, you will be welcomed by staff who will help orient you, settle you in, and ensure that you can comfortably make your way around the city. Embark on any number of adventures in South Africa: surf with penguins, dive with great white sharks, or climb Table Mountain! Immerse yourself in the local culture and live with interns from all over the world.


What to Expect:

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

Highlights:

  • Customized internship placement in Cape Town and the surrounding townships
  • Multi-day orientation to help you transition into Cape Town life
  • Weekly activities in the program to keep you active and engaged
  • Flexible duration: eight or twelve weeks
  • Opportunities to connect with other international interns and students through planned social activities

Internship Placements

Art and Design internships available in South Africa

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>Intern at Graphic Design Company</h4>

Intern at Graphic Design Company

Gain insight into a geographically unique industry—here at the southern tip of Africa, we have distinctly different influences from the rest of the world. Our digital design work draws from our local flavor and the pool of creativity that is endemic to Cape Town. As an intern, you’ll be able to learn from our perspective even as you influence it.

<h4>Photography Intern at Media Company</h4>

Photography Intern at Media Company

This internship puts you on location in South Africa, where you’ll assist with photography and media work in a range of locations, from the beach to a balcony overlooking the city. Expect to work as a team and gain valuable, hands on experience while working alongside the film crew.

<h4>Graphic Design Intern at Print and Digital Magazine</h4>

Graphic Design Intern at Print and Digital Magazine

Put your graphic design skills to work under the supervision of a South African art director. You’ll source and edit appropriate images for projects, check quality of images in preparation for print, and develop creative ideas. You’ll have the opportunity to learn from professionals about how to liaise with both the editorial team and our clients to obtain design approval, making changes as required and often on a tight deadline.

Business & Economics internships available in South Africa

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>Coordination Intern at Marketing Agency</h4>

Coordination Intern at Marketing Agency

Work with a marketing agency that focuses on experiential marketing rather than traditional print pieces. You’ll help coordinate events through booking bands, speakers, and other vendors. You can also get involved with other aspects of the business. There is always something new to do.

<h4>HR Intern at Marketing Agency</h4>

HR Intern at Marketing Agency

You’ll work for a media agency and spend a good amount of time in the world of HR, as you’ll help the recruitment specialists with the administrative and support tasks throughout the day. You may also be involved with the recruitment of new clients.

<h4>International Business Intern at Trade Center</h4>

International Business Intern at Trade Center

At this organization you’ll assist with a number of different tasks. You may assist with trade publishing and trade expo, public relations campaigns, web development, and/or market research. The internship will be based on your skills and experience and what role you’d fit best in the company. They have many opportunities!

Education internships available in South Africa

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>Grade School Mentor for Young Children at Non-Profit</h4>

Grade School Mentor for Young Children at Non-Profit

Help students learn to read while working for this great non-profit organization. You will help the organization provide books to young children that come from backgrounds of poverty. For many, this is the first book they actually own. The organization focuses on township schools, so you’ll see a truly unique part of Cape Town.

<h4>Afterschool Teacher at Public School</h4>

Afterschool Teacher at Public School

Work at a local school, focusing on their afterschool programs. You can coach sports teams, teach dance, manage garden projects, or whatever you think will benefit the students. There is a lot of freedom here as we will be interested in your new ideas and energy.

<h4>Classroom Aide in a Primary School</h4>

Classroom Aide in a Primary School

This internship allows you to work at understaffed schools and mentor South African youth. You’ll utilize your teaching skills to positively influence the lives of children and adolescents. Many public schools in Cape Town are not adequately staffed and administrators appreciate all the additional help they can get from interns.

Entrepreneurship internships available in South Africa

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>Business Support Intern at Business Incubator</h4>

Business Support Intern at Business Incubator

Work at an incubator, which is one of the best experiences for an aspiring entrepreneur. This incubator helps local businesses get started, so you’ll work with many companies that are involved in different industries. You’ll do a bit of everything as you help local businesses get their start in Cape Town.

<h4>Marketing and Coordination Intern at Event Planning Company</h4>

Marketing and Coordination Intern at Event Planning Company

Work for this small event planning organization that tries to bring people and businesses together with fun, creative events. You’ll play a role in online marketing as well as the planning of events with a group of young, dynamic coworkers. If you’re interested in other aspects of the company, you can try your hand at that as well, this organization is very open to interns trying new things, perfect for someone that wants experience in many fields!

Environmental & Sustainability internships available in South Africa

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>Sustainable Development Intern</h4>

Sustainable Development Intern

Focus on biodiversity, economic development, energy solutions, and wildlife preservation all at once while you gain valuable professional skills in a unique location. This is the internship for you if you want to pursue a career in sustainability and are paying close attention to social, economic, or environmental issues.

<h4>Environmental Science Intern</h4>

Environmental Science Intern

Have an educational background in environmental science and a passion for the outdoors? This internship combines both. You’ll aid in the effort to prevent poaching, promote sustainable fishing in protected waters, and preserve the country’s biodiversity.

<h4>Conservation Intern in National Park</h4>

Conservation Intern in National Park

Gain exposure to a national park in a unique location in South Africa while focusing on conservation. You’ll use your knowledge to help protect and preserve nature’s beauty by educating visitors, leading visitors on guided tours, and performing basic research tasks.

Film and Television internships available in South Africa

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>Edit and Film Intern at Media Studio</h4>

Edit and Film Intern at Media Studio

Edit, film, edit, create, and edit some more. This work will give you exposure to the film industry in South Africa as you research and edit films, advertisements, and other productions. If you want experience in the film industry, this is the place to be.

<h4>Film Crew Support Intern for Media Studio</h4>

Film Crew Support Intern for Media Studio

Work at this studio as part of the crew, behind the scenes. You’ll quickly learn the pace and workstyle of the camera crew, then help them on the next filming project. You’ll also learn from working with different vendors and media teams, as you help with all aspects of the behind the scenes aspects of this studio.

<h4>Production Intern at Media Studio</h4>

Production Intern at Media Studio

Gain valuable exposure working in a creative media team. This internship allows you to familiarize yourself with all the different roles involved in media production—from the camera crew to the caterers. You’ll gain an important understanding of how each element fits together on a production. Develop your essential skills and receive on-set learning within the studio.

Finance internships available in South Africa

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>Business Development Intern at Startup</h4>

Business Development Intern at Startup

Work in finance as you do financial analysis and economic projections for this startup in Cape Town. You’ll use financial knowledge and practices in a business development role, helping to grow the business and attract new clients.

<h4>Finance and Accounting Intern at Small Business</h4>

Finance and Accounting Intern at Small Business

You’ll gain experience in the finance and accounting realm working with a finance team. You’ll get exposure to local business practices and help to keep the books updated weekly, monthly, and quarterly.

<h4>Finance Intern at NGO</h4>

Finance Intern at NGO

Participate in a microfinance internship in Cape Town and apply your financial background to underprivileged communities of South Africa. You’ll apply your theoretical knowledge of business to manage real projects and problems. Expect to grow your network while you explore the bustling metropolis of Cape Town and improve it for the better.

Government & Politics internships available in South Africa

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>Law Intern at Human Rights Organization</h4>

Law Intern at Human Rights Organization

If you’re interested in human rights and law, this is the perfect internship for you. Tap into the rich legal tradition of South Africa and gain valuable professional skills. You’ll grow your network and your knowledge by performing typical tasks expected in the life of a lawyer.

<h4>Intern at Human Rights Law Firm</h4>

Intern at Human Rights Law Firm

A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to assist South African human rights activists and lawmakers. This internship in Cape Town offers a unique opportunity for you because many firms and grassroots NGOs work directly with the South African Parliament to promote human rights causes.

<h4>Paralegal Intern at Law Office</h4>

Paralegal Intern at Law Office

Put your legal education into action while gaining valuable professional experience in the unique location of South Africa. Your work may include attending consultations and court proceedings, assisting in research, and processing import court documents. You’ll grow your network and take home valuable skills.

Health internships available in South Africa

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

Other countries with Health internships
<h4>Intern for Physical Therapy Office</h4>

Intern for Physical Therapy Office

If you’re interested in hands-on experience in a unique environment, this is the internship placement for you. You’ll directly assist South African health care professionals with client-centered assessments, activity analysis, wellness promotion, patient write-ups, and long-term patient goal setting, and home, school, and job site evaluations.

<h4>Public Health Intern at HIV/AIDS Clinic</h4>

Public Health Intern at HIV/AIDS Clinic

Intern with this small HIV/AIDS clinic in the heart of Capetown. You’ll get experience working directly with patients, educating them on HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases. Your main responsibilities will be in communication and education, but you’ll also support health professionals in their daily tasks and do some admin work. This is a great opportunity if you’re interested in non-profit work or healthcare.

<h4>Intern for South African Clinic</h4>

Intern for South African Clinic

Work in a clinic in Capetown or one of the more rural areas, gaining first hand experience shadowing doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals. You’ll see the health-related challenges that South Africans face, all while being taught by established professionals. If you want to become a nurse or doctor some day, this internship is for you!

Hospitality Tourism & Event Planning internships available in South Africa

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>Intern for Travel Agency</h4>

Intern for Travel Agency

Gain valuable experience in the hospitality industry by interning with a South African travel agency. You’ll assist travelers with information regarding tours and bookings, aid in the reservation process, and support the marketing office promoting the agency and their services.

<h4>Operator for Safari Tour</h4>

Operator for Safari Tour

Are you ready to learn how to successfully run a safari tour operation in bustling South Africa? You’ll perform a variety of tasks, such as processing client bookings and equipment rental, answering client inquiries, and working with suppliers—all while you help people take a safari of a lifetime.

<h4>Intern for Outdoor Music & Surf Festival</h4>

Intern for Outdoor Music & Surf Festival

Live in gorgeous Cape Town while assisting with a general festival organization. You’ll work for an organization that runs a surf and film festival, which screens the world’s best surfing films. You’ll help with administration and photo editing, and you’ll hone your event management skills.

Journalism and Media internships available in South Africa

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>Assistant Editor at Magazine</h4>

Assistant Editor at Magazine

Get a taste of the media industry and learn from professionals in South Africa. Allow Cape Town to take over your heart while your media internship develops your mind. You might assist the magazine editor with research, basic editing, and design of the magazine.

<h4>Intern at Political Publication</h4>

Intern at Political Publication

Have an interest in politics and an education in media? Gain valuable exposure to the media industry in a unique location. Due to the apartheid, South Africa media outlets have a deep dedication to freedom of the press, which is evident in their publications and stories. Learn the ropes in multiple areas, such as news editorials, photo journalism, and online media.

<h4>Intern at Online Publication</h4>

Intern at Online Publication

Experience what it means to work for an online publication in the vibrant city of Cape Town. You’ll be involved in all aspects of the media industry while writing press releases, feature articles, and copy for campaigns. If you’re passionate, dynamic, and able to think “outside the box,” this is the internship for you.

Marketing Advertising & PR internships available in South Africa

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>Website Optimization Intern at Marketing Agency</h4>

Website Optimization Intern at Marketing Agency

If you’re interested in website optimization, this is the work for you. This company focuses on SEO, content, and getting each of their clients’ websites to be as strong as possible. Help to manage video projects and website analytics.

<h4>Social Media Intern at Young Marketing Agency</h4>

Social Media Intern at Young Marketing Agency

Work as a social media guru at this company located in the middle of Cape Town. This small, young organization brings people and and organizations together through events and business opportunities. You’ll help their social media team, create content for the website, and in general, make the organization grow.

<h4>Marketing Intern for Safari Tour Company</h4>

Marketing Intern for Safari Tour Company

Get ready to market and promote exciting safari tours in South Africa. You’ll perform a range of tasks, from updating the agency’s website to writing content for newsletters and brochures. You’ll help people embark on an experience of a lifetime.

NGOs and Non-Profit internships available in South Africa

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

Other countries with NGOs and Non-Profit internships
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Support Intern at Women and Children's Home

Work with children and young adults that have been removed from their homes for their own safety. This organization focuses on getting women and children back on their feet and successful in the world. You’ll work directly with the women and children, as well as help with the general day to day of running this NGO.

<h4>Intern for Human Rights NGO</h4>

Intern for Human Rights NGO

Since the end of apartheid in 1994, the world has praised South Africa for its peaceful transition to democracy. Local human rights NGOs are largely to thank for this peaceful transition, and for the continuity of focus on the importance of human rights. Use your education to continue this work and gain valuable professional skills along the way.

<h4>Intern for Refugee Center</h4>

Intern for Refugee Center

Interested in refugee outreach? South Africa is now home to one of the highest populations of refugee and asylum seekers in the world. You’ll gain invaluable training and exposure to the daily circumstances faced by refugee populations. Use your education to help refugees acclimate, navigate, and find success in a new place.

Social Work internships available in South Africa

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>Project Intern at Organization in the Townships</h4>

Project Intern at Organization in the Townships

This organization works across large areas of the townships where you will work alongside social workers, provide housing assistance for those in need, assist medical professionals and counselors with patients with HIV/AIDS, and participate in group therapy. You’ll see all aspects of life in the townships of Cape Town.

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Social Work Intern for Women's Health Organization

Get hands on experience working with this women’s organization in Capetown. The organization helps women that have been the victims of abuse and works to provide them with the means to live a life away from abuse. You’ll work directly with the counselors and help with the general day to day of running the organization.

<h4>Social Work Intern for Therapeutic Organization</h4>

Social Work Intern for Therapeutic Organization

You’ll directly assist South African social work professionals with patient assessments, group therapy, home evaluations, and support services for victims of abuse and those with HIV/AIDS. In addition, you’ll perform charting and patient write-ups, working alongside other public healthcare workers.

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 Cape Town

Cape Town is one of South Africa’s most stunningly beautiful cities. The impressive Table Mountain rises over the city, where cable cars give you tremendous views of the South African coastline. The city itself is cosmopolitan, with easy access to shopping, nature, professional sports, and plenty of beaches.

Cape Town is one of three capital cities of South Africa—the other two being Pretoria and Bloemfonteim—and serves as the legislative branch of government. The city has also played host to major sporting events, including the semifinal matches of the 1995 Rugby World Cup and the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Cape Town offers a wealth of opportunities for all kinds of travelers. Vineyards dot the countryside and produce some of the world’s best wines. If you’re a history buff or interested in the cultural side of South Africa, visit museums like Robben Island and District Six Museum. Finally, you can take a guided safari tour, explore one of the many nature reserves, relax on one of the pristine South African beaches, or spend the afternoon greeting penguins who call the region their home.

Live La Vida Local

  • Festivals and Music Gigs

    South Africans love their festivals! Every season offers something special, whether it’s music or fun events; it’s a great way to experience community.

  • Baphumelele Orphanage

    Visit and volunteer at this local orphanage. Participate in their monthly art and yoga program.

  • Long Street

    Lined with Bohemian coffee shops and bookstores, discover why this is the heartbeat of Cape Town’s city center.

  • V&A Waterfront Harbour

    Take a stroll along the harbour, enjoying the sweeping views of the Atlantic.

  • Bo-Kaap Neighbourhood

    Here you can learn how to cook local Cape cuisine!

  • Greenmarket Square

    Shop in this local market and get great bargains for Pan-African crafts.

Housing in Cape Town

Location

You’ll live in a single-occupancy room within a shared residence with other CIS Abroad participants. The residences are located within the city of Cape Town. Other international students might also live in your home.

A daily cleaning service for the communal areas of the house is part of the package. Cleaning personnel does not have access to your room.

Watch Emily’s video tour of her Cape Town apartment to get an idea of what your housing could be like.

COMMUTE

Restaurants, buses, and trains are all located within a close distance to the residence options. And there’s even Uber!

The commuting time to and from the internship varies, but you can expect to commute 20 to 40 minutes on average, although some internships require a slightly longer commute.

Meals

Your apartment comes with a fully-equipped kitchen so you can make your own meals!

Inclusions and Amenities

  • BathroomShared
  • Cleaning Service
  • CommutePublic TransportationUber
  • Desk
  • Kitchen Equipment
  • LaundryOn-site
  • Single Room
  • Television

What's Included

Inclusions

Program fees are in US dollars and include the following:

  • Internship placement and supervision
  • Housing in a communal house with single room
  • Medical and accident insurance
  • Pre-departure and onsite orientation
  • Assistance with travel arrangements
  • Financial aid counseling
  • Airport pickup
  • 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 South African life, like how to get around by public transportation, how to stay safe, what to do in case of an emergency and who to contact if you have any questions. We’ll also tell you all about our favorite places in town (restaurants, museums, markets etc). Oh, and you’ll join in on a welcome meal, something traditional and yummy (ever heard of “Bobotie?”) so that you can start to taste the local flavor.

Farewell & Re-Entry Program

Though you’re not an astronaut returning from space, re-entering your home culture after being abroad can be shocking to the system. We’ll walk you through some of the things to expect, rehash your time abroad so that you can remember the highlights and, yep, we’ll feed you again as part of our farewell to South Africa.

Program Excursions

While participating on a CIS Abroad program, you'll be able to take part in built-in day trips at no additional cost. These trips are subject to change from term to term; listed below are excursions that have run in the past.
Cape Point Nature Reserve

Cape Point Nature Reserve

This reserve marks the southwestern-most tip of the continent. Enjoy dramatic views, deserted beaches, and fantastic hiking trails.

Boulder

Boulder's Beach

This sheltered beach is made up of gigantic granite boulders which provides calm waters for swimming. You’ll have to share the beach with the African penguins who nest there.

Table Mountain

Table Mountain

Ride up the cable car in Cape Town’s famed National Park. It won’t be hard to see why it’s called Table Mountain.

Site Director

Sonya Bell
Travel Tip:

To really experience local culture, no matter where you are in the world, always watch where the locals go for lunch – they usually go for the best local cuisine at the most affordable prices. Also, always be aware of your surroundings and trust your gut.

Travel Tip:

To really experience local culture, no matter where you are in the world, always watch where the locals go for lunch – they usually go for the best local cuisine at the most affordable prices. Also, always be aware of your surroundings and trust your gut.

About:

On completion and graduating with a National Diploma in Travel and Tourism, Sonya decided to travel the world. Participating in a cultural exchange program led her to Vail, Colorado, where a 4-month working visa allowed her to experience what being away from home was all about. Upon returning home, Sonya worked for many years in both the airline industry and tourism in Cape Town, and has now ventured into self-employment by being appointed as an Accredited Assessor for the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa. Excited to be able to tap into her own experience in working abroad, Sonya enjoys offering support and guidance to those embarking on new journeys, forming new relationships, and showing off her beautiful home country – as well as spending time with her husband and two fur babies.

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.

Linda Hallbäck
Travel Tip:

Be patient with yourself and kind to those you meet along the way. Show gratitude daily, laugh often, and give thanks for the journey you are on. There will be hard days, but remember, the magic is in the journey and each day makes that journey complete. Smile!

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: August 29
  • Departure: October 24 | November 21
  • Price: $5,990 - $6,990
  • Application Deadline: Jun 15
  • Arrival: October 3
  • Departure: November 28
  • Price: $5,990 - $6,990
  • Application Deadline: Oct 1 (Estimated)
  • Arrival: January 17 (Estimated)
  • Departure: March 13 | April 10 (Estimated)
  • Price: $5,990 - $6,690 (Estimated)
  • Application Deadline: Oct 15 (Estimated)
  • Arrival: February 16 (Estimated)
  • Departure: April 11 | May 9 (Estimated)
  • Price: $5,990 - $6,690 (Estimated)
  • Application Deadline: Feb 1 (Estimated)
  • Arrival: May 9 (Estimated)
  • Departure: July 4 | August 1 (Estimated)
  • Price: $5,990 - $6,990 (Estimated)
  • Application Deadline: Feb 15 (Estimated)
  • Arrival: May 30 (Estimated)
  • Departure: July 25 | August 22 (Estimated)
  • Price: $5,990 - $6,990 (Estimated)
Additional Information:

All Sessions: 
8 week internship: $5,990
12 week internship: $6,990

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.