Are you looking for an opportunity to build your resume, explore careers related to Europe, or make some money doing what you love? Then you are probably interested in working an internship!
- Is it paid or unpaid?
- Does it compensate for housing and travel costs?
- What is the time frame for the position (spring semester, summer, year long)?
- Are there GPA requirements, recommendation letters, certain majors, or years in school needed to be considered?
- Is it eligible for UNC course credit?
To help with your internship search, we have gathered the resources below. If you have any questions, contact Career Services or your advisor to learn more. Feel free to browse below or conduct your own research to find opportunities that interest you.
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Also, feel free to submit your internship experience to help other students!
International Internship Database (Requires an ONYEN)
UNC Career Services – International Internships
UNC Study Abroad
Global Honors Carolina, the following are Honors programs related to international affairs and or Europe:
- The Honors Seminar on Public Policy and Global Affairs provides a unique “study abroad” experience in our nation’s capital (D.C). The program includes internships and weekly seminars that allow students to engage directly with organizations that influence domestic and international affairs. Students are exposed to a range of public policies that influence global economic prosperity, national security, and America’s role in the broader international community.
- LONDON: LIVE. WORK. LEARN. BE. Study at Carolina’s own Winston House on historic Bedford Square. Attend seminars within the shadow of the British Museum, conduct research at the British Library, and learn from professors who make London their home. Personalized internship opportunities are available in fields ranging from global finance to healthcare and the arts.
- The Carolina Blue Honors Fellowship allows students with a passion for the business of sports to create their own summer internship built around international sports entrepreneurship.
- Burch Field Research Seminars are six-week programs that offer undergraduate students the opportunity to combine traditional course work with hands-on learning experiences. The following are seminars located in Europe:
- EUROPEAN SMART CITIES AND RENEWABLE ENERGY, begins with visits in Freiburg, Germany before moving to The Netherlands and back to Germany to close the program.
- EXPLORE CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND DEMOCRACY BUILDING IN THE BALKANS, spend three weeks in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo and the final three weeks are spent in Vienna.
- TEXTURE OF MEMORY: JEWISH LIFE AND THE HOLOCAUST, spend four weeks in Poland and one week in Lithuania examining how the Holocaust is remembered and memorialized.
- EARLY MODERN WORLDS: EXPLORATION, COLONIALISM AND VIOLENCE, trips throughout the U.K. and Ireland.
- LONDON, SCIENCE, AND LITERATURE, 1600-2016 EFFECTS OF THE VIEWS OF SOCIETY ON DISCOVERIES IN INFECTIOUS DISEASE, London
- MUSICAL PERSPECTIVES, a 14-week program in two of the most exciting metropolitan centers in Europe: London, England and Florence, Italy.
- Internships at the EU
- European Commission
- European Parliament
- European Central Bank
- European Economic and Social Committee
- European Investment Bank
- RTI International (Raleigh or D.C.)
- USAID Office in D.C. (USA Agency for International Development)
- United Nations
- American Red Cross
- A non-governmental not-for-profit organization in consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council, connects students with opportunities abroad.
- One World 365
- Use to search for internships and jobs abroad.
- Funding and Networking
- For-Profit Internship Search Engines