International Business Internship
Prague, Czech Republic
May 27 - August 3, 2019
Gain valuable hands-on skills in an international internship in one of Central Europe’s economic and cultural capitals. Placement in a business or organization that is aligned with your professional and academic goals leads to a meaningful experience that will give your future career a boost. Throughout your internship and your elective class you will be encouraged to immerse into local culture, developing practical skills in fields such as marketing, management, communication, international relations, economics, finance, accounting, and more. Build your professional network as you gain the hands-on international experience that employers value.
Students will be placed at an English-speaking internship position, where students will spend a minimum of 160 hours. In addition to the internship, all students will have 22 hours of seminar that will complement and help reinforce the skills being acquired through the internship. Internship work schedules will vary by employer, and students will need to be flexible. Students can also complete a 3 credit elective course of their choosing. See below for course options.
For questions regarding this scholarship, please contact Dr. Kathy Tuberville at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- $350 Application fee
- $300 Program Deposit (refundable less a $95 maintenance fee)
- Tuition for 6 credits (3 credit internship and 3 credit course)
- Housing in shared apartment
- Health insurance
- Cultural excursions & site visits
- On-site bilingual support staff
- Airport pick up on arrival day
- Roundtrip Airfare (estimated $1,100 - $1,800)
- Books (estimated $0 - $250)
- Course Fees (required for certain elective courses - see course description for details)
- Meals (estimated $300 - $400)
- Personal Expenses (estimated $150 - $300)
- Optional Personal Travel Expenses
Shared Apartment or House near the Dublin city center.
Optional Elective Course
: Participants have the option to enroll into an elective course. Courses include Operations Management, Motivating Employees in Global Organizations, and Customer Experience Management.
Extended to February 25, 2019
: Students must meet with a study abroad advisor before applying for an internship abroad to discuss the program details and application process. Students are required to simultaneously submit an application to both the University of Memphis (UofM) Study Abroad Office and the third-party provider, CEA. University of Memphis students application must be approved by the UofM Study Abroad Office before the third-party provider will confirm the final acceptance.