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An internship can provide useful contacts and a taste for what is coming after graduation. Many students complete at least one internship before graduation; for some it is compulsory. Most internships are in the public sector, typically in administrative tasks either in local and regional authorities or in ministries. Many interns plan to pursue an international career upon graduation. But even for students who want to stay within his or her country after earning a degree, foreign internships really stand out on a résumé/CV. A work setting in a foreign country gives an intern another insight into the culture of the host country, and to the global community at large.

International internships are a great alternative to study-abroad programs, which demand at least a semester or academic year spent in the host country. Foreign internships can be arranged for any time of the year and for shorter durations. This makes it possible for students to gain international experience even if they have responsibilities, financial obligations and specific degree schedules which limit the time and resources they can devote to world travel.


Update 3/01/2011



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