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Jobs and Internships

1. Premier TEFL

If you’re like us, you know that interning abroad for a measly 1-2 months just isn’t going to cut it. That’s why we love this opportunity from Premier TEFL—a nine month internship in glorious Spain! That’s more than enough time to find your favorite churro spot and add some serious street cred to your international resume. If you dream of working in education or with ESL student learners, this is THE internship opportunity of a lifetime.

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2. Goldman Sachs

Students and recent grads who are hoping to gain experience in the financial services industry can do so in a competitive international environment, with colleagues who are at the top of their game. Just make sure you have a polished resume and are really to compete with the best for a very limited number of positions. This is one of those fully paid internships abroad that will set you apart in the your upcoming career search, marking you as a notable candidate for future employers. It will also equip you with incredible skills and give you the hook-up when building your network of professional contacts.

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You may not have heard of KONE, but they’re actually an international leader in the escalator and elevator industry, have been voted one of the world’s most innovative companies by Forbes, and they offer all expenses paid internships abroad! While this is definitely a great industry for an engineer major, KONE also has internships in IT, business, law, and other disciplines. Plus, they WANT you to intern in another country, so their International Trainee Program (ITP) includes round-trip travel expenses in addition to your salary. Oh, and they’ll arrange your accommodations and make sure you have an in-country point person to support you.

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4. Deloitte

A powerhouse of business both in the United States and throughout the world, Deloitte’s all expense paid internships abroad program abroad brings students all around the world in a number of different fields. Given that Deloitte is considered one of the “Big Four” professional services firms, it’s also an experience that will look amazing on your resume. From business technology to corporate finance to consulting, there are endless options! 

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5. L’Oreal

Intern in HR in Malaysia, in operations in France, marketing in Dubai or Brazil, retail in Italy or Sweden, research in Switzerland, or finance in Hungary. The possibilities are endless with French owned beauty and cosmetics company. Their Global Opportunity Programme encourages students and young graduates to intern in other countries across the globe. They also have a huge variety of opportunities that are sure to be relevant to your studies and geographical interests.

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6. Cultural Homestay International

Sign us up for CHI’s three-month minimum internship placements in the cultural powerhouse of Germany! This is your chance to have unparalleled access to the German language and culture, not to mention adopt an international family of your own. If you love children and want a career that focuses on childhood development, you’d be hard-pressed to find better all expense paid internships abroad.



The IAESTE Internship Placement Program offers students who are studying subjects in the technical field with the opportunity for paid internships abroad. The program offers support for work visas and accommodations beforehand, as well as cultural excursions and networking opportunities once you arrive. As with most paid internships, this program is extremely competitive. With the technical field being such a large field with so many qualified applicants, this particular paid internship will be an especially difficult one to snag. Be sure to put a lot of effort and special care into your application, so that you stand out!

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8. Oyster International

Ready to make your experience nearly jump off the page of your resume? Work with Oyster International in hospitality in wintry, wonderful Canada. Get up close to ski runs, re-acquaint yourself with the outdoors, master the art of customer service. There’s nothing stopping you from signing up for this once-in-a-lifetime hospitality internship opportunity abroad. Work for six months over the summer or winter season while earning a decent pile of looneys and tooneys!

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9. H&M

For those with a passion for fashion, H&M’s internship program gives interns a glimpse of how a multinational company operates. It allows you to live and work in one of Europe’s most premier cities, and gives you inside access to the production of one of our most basic necessities: clothes. Also, hopefully, free shoes. Furthermore, 50% of H&M’s interns have later come on to work for them full time—meaning, this internship isn’t just an internship, it’s an opportunity to live and work abroad permanently if you do well.

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10. The Fulbright Program

The Fulbright Program is one of the most esteemed full paid internships abroad for those looking to gain international experience. Although there are many different kinds of Fulbright programs, ranging from grants for academic study, to financial support for work abroad, to paid teaching positions, all Fulbright programs include some kind of funding for its participants. The Fulbright Program is also known throughout the world, and is guaranteed to elevate your resume, making you a much more competitive candidate when applying for future jobs. The Fulbright Program is one of the most exclusive programs out there, so get ready to compete with the best and brightest for a limited amount of available positions. 

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11. Google

Welcome to the big leagues. If you’re ready to take your career prospects to the next level, consider one of the full paid internships abroad with Google. Obviously, these are tough internships to get. You’re going to need to be on your A-game to snag one of these, but interning with Google while living in Dublin or Paris, for instance, will definitely set you apart from other applicants in the future. These paid internships abroad for graduates are also a great opportunity to network your way into a future job!

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12. GoAbroad

If living in close proximity to gorgeous beaches and having the chance to drink fresh coconuts every day—all while working in one of the world’s coolest companies alongside incredibly kind and hardworking coworkers—sounds attractive to you, then get this: GoAbroad hires interns in our Philippines office on a rolling, regular basis. The package typically includes free airfare, your lunches during the work week, and housing. It might sound too good to be true, but it isn’t!

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13. Weekend Student Adventures

Companies like Weekend Student Adventures (WSA) offer paid summer international internships college students that don’t pay you in stipends, per se, but rather free weekend trips all around Europe, offered through their company! While studying abroad for a semester, you’ll also gain experience in writing, marketing, event-planning, and social media advertising through this internship, all the while earning some free, incredible trips in some of Europe’s most exciting cities.

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14. U.S. Department of State

The U.S. Department of State’s Internship Program offers students the incredible opportunity to intern abroad at a U.S. Embassy in a number of countries. This internship is technically unpaid; however, once you’ve applied and been offered the internship, you can apply for the Pamela Harriman Foreign Service Fellowship. This fellowship provides a $5,000 stipend for one intern at each embassy abroad, to fund their experience. It’s competitive, but the possibility of interning at a U.S. Embassy in another country is an incredible experience, and worth the hard work of applying!

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15. The World Bank

While most World Bank positions are in Washington, D.C., there are typically a quite a few positions up for grabs abroad as well, and all internships are paid! Internships are offered in economics, finance, human development, social science, agriculture, environment, private sector development, as well as other related fields. The catch? You must be enrolled in a graduate program, and in most cases, you will need to know a second language. 

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16. KPMG

KPMG is a global network of firms providing audit, advisory, and tax services. They don’t necessarily look for students with any specific major, but they want smarts and some interest in finance. The fact that they cover ALL costs—visas, health insurance, flights, local transport, and centrally-located local accommodations—would be enough to make just about anyone take an interest in finance. They also provide a local orientation, driving lessons, and will connect you with other American employees on assignment in your host location.

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17. EA Ski & Snowboard Training

Interning abroad doesn’t have to be synonymous with stuffy office or the #cubiclelife. There’s a lot to learn from hands on internships too—especially ones that take you to the slopes! Head to Japan for a paid internship abroad as a ski or snowboarding instructor. Gain skills in cross-cultural communication and hospitality while receiving a unique and comprehensive introduction to work culture in Asia.

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18. Work & Travel Argentina

This work exchange program will add some major “ka-pow!” to your resume. If your long term goals include a career in hospitality or hotel management, where better to start than the ground up? Work regular hours in exchange for a place to rest your head and eat loads of empanadas. Master Spanish along the way—and knock out bucket list experiences like hiking Patagonia or making a fool of yourself trying tango in a public square. These stories might not show up on your CV, but they’ll give you enough experience to benefit every future step of your career. 

The best part? These experiences can double as paid research internships abroad—get insight on what YOUR future hotel will be like. 😉 #mogulinthemaking

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19. LoPair China

Mandarin immersion—check. Meaningful relationships with a Chinese family—check. Powerful international experience to add to your resume—check check. 

What more could you want from a paid internship abroad experience? Get up close and personal with modern Chinese culture as you live with a family abroad (and get paid for it!). Another perk? Chinese kids are really, really cute.