Scholarship and Internship

What You Need To Study And Intern Abroad

Can you imagine completing college semester credits or earning extra cash just for temporarily living and working in an amazing country overseas? Interning abroad gives you just that opportunity!

If the idea of eating delicious international food, taking local transportation, and immersing yourself in a completely different culture gives you happy butterflies, you’re in for a treat.

When you secure an international internship you open doors to the possibility of academic acceleration, resume and networking building, language learning, and cultural immersion into a whole new local community.

The average intern is an undergraduate student or recent graduate / young professional looking for an opportunity to strengthen their work experience. Choosing an internship abroad allows you to balance your love for travel with a new experience that will help you learn and grow — all while training you to become an ideal career candidate.

Guide to Interning Abroad

Whether paid or unpaid, short-term or long-term, interning abroad holds great value. It’s become so popular that we’ve dedicated an entire section of Go Overseas to helping you search internship opportunities around the world. Use this intern abroad guide to help you find planning tips, logistical advice, and expert insight about interning overseas.


What it feels like to work and study simultaneously

Studying abroad while also doing an internship is not an easy task. The first week of your internship will be the most exhausting and challenging. You’ll probably feel tired but motivated. 

You’ll be learning and growing by taking on two important responsibilities at the same time – in a foreign country. You’ll meet many new people at your company and receive a lot of information about the company in your first week. After that, all you have to do is keep doing what you’re asked to do and to get some studying done after work or on the weekends. 


Doing an internship while studying abroad is challenging and can be stressful but remember to take it as a learning opportunity. Don’t be afraid of asking questions or making mistakes. These experiences will all add value to your time abroad.



Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button

Adblock Detected

Turn off ads blocker to keep viewing this content.