All students enroll in one required course, then enroll directly at the University of Auckland or Auckland University of Technology (AUT), depending on their specific field and interests. Students take two courses at the university of their choice and complete an 8- to 10-week internship as their fourth and final course. Fall Semester The fall semester runs for approximately 16 weeks. During the Core Phase, students take the required course for five to six weeks and enroll in two elective courses from the host university’s Semester II course selection. During the Internship Phase, students continue with their two elective courses while placed in their internship. Spring Semester The spring semester runs for approximately 24 weeks during New Zealand’s summer and fall. Therefore, students enroll in both the New Zealand summer session (January–February) and Semester I (March–June). During the summer session, students take the required course and enroll in one elective course. During Semester I, students participate in an internship and enroll in one other elective course.
Explore centuries-old temples, gardens, and castles that are only minutes from ultra-modern skyscrapers, electronics stores, and haute couture fashion centers. Dine on sushi and tempura, attend a sumo match or a baseball game, and learn tea ceremony, karate, or breakdancing. Take classes in the town of Makuhari, on the tip of Tokyo Bay, and just 45 minutes from the heart of the city. All of this and so much more awaits you in Tokyo! Expand your understanding of Japan by immersing yourself in contemporary Japan and its culture—and what better way to learn the Japanese language? At Kanda University of International Studies (KUIS), you take a 6-credit language course specially designed for IES Abroad students (with the option of taking up to 12 credits of language), plus area studies courses taught in English. The English-language course offerings look at Japan from the point of view of popular culture, history, politics, and the arts. Founded in 1987, KUIS is a private university dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in International Studies, Foreign Languages, Intercultural Communication, Japanese Culture, and Linguistics.
Earn credits through a wide variety of courses when you study in beautiful, historic Florence at Richmond University. You’ll have the option to live in a homestay or in a student apartment as you experience many social and cultural activities, such as trips to local art galleries, an Italian cooking class, and visits to the local museums. Enjoy trips to Rome, Siena and Venice, immersing yourself in the Italian culture. Volunteer and internship opportunities are also available. AIFS in Florence includes a one-week orientation before the semester begins so students can acclimate themselves to Italian language and culture. Fall semester students attend orientation in the beach-side town of Pietrasanta, while spring semester students attend orientation in Rome. A for-credit International Internship Program (IIP) is also available, in which students take a 2-week Intensive Language Preparation course worth 2 credits. In the spring semester, a Fashion Management and Marketing Program is also offered. Volunteer opportunities are available and interested students can enhance their volunteer work with a for-credit Service Learning and Active Citizenship course. In the summer, academic and internship programs are offered, including a 3-week Wine Marketing Program (1 week in Barolo and 2 weeks in Florence). Please refer to our website for term-specific program details- academic and internship programs are available for summer, semester, and academic-year terms!
Requirements Applicants should possess outstanding academic records and personal integrity, and should have some knowledge of the German legislative process. Participants should be advanced undergraduate (junior and senior in US/third- or fourth-year in Canada) or Master’s students in fields such as political science, international relations, law, history, economics or German. PhD students are not eligible. Students must be fluent in spoken German and possess excellent writing skills. Terms of Award The successful applicant will receive a monthly salary from the German Bundestag. Subsidized health insurance is available through DAAD for a monthly fee. DAAD can help the interns obtain housing in Berlin and make contacts with fellow international interns and German students. Travel expenses are the intern’s responsibility.
If you think that you can combine professional development with new career options (and a few fish and chips on the side), you’ve come to the right place. International internships are proven to be one of the most valuable rungs in the ladder you can climb towards your dream career. Get climbing!Your studies (an FIE Key Course as well as electives) are paired with an FIE internship placement at a small-to-medium sized London company. You’ll also take the International Internship Course (IIC), which integrates your internship with classroom seminars, where you’ll reflect and analyze your work experience.HighlightsLondon is your classroom! Using the city, your faculty will lead co-curricular activities to museums, theatre productions, breweries, historic sites, and more to put classroom theory into practice.FIE offers engaging and varied coursework, taught by renowned faculty. Elective offerings include courses in arts, literature, theater, global business, history, politics, social science, media, communication, social justice, and contemporary Britain.FIE's relationships with local organizations and businesses are unparalleled. The quality of our internship placements is consistently strong and well-matched to students' professional goals helping you build your skills and your resume.The International Internship Course (IIC) provides students with the opportunity to ground their field-based internship experience with academic analysis and reflection. The IIC will help you channel your developing professional and cultural skills and prFIE offers a Service Internship pathway for those students who wish to pursue a professional experience in a not-for-profit or charity environment while giving back to the greater London community.
Each semester/summer Diversity Abroad offers the opportunity for graduate students interested in international education and cultural exchange to pursue a remote practicum with the organization. Individuals will receive a stipend for their contributions.Projects will range from conducting research in global education, creating resources for the Diversity Abroad community, and developing strategies to amplify the organization’s impact. Past projects have included:Contributing to Diversity Abroad’s Good Practices Series that highlight inclusive practices from higher education institutions, international education organization and other stakeholders from the Diversity Abroad Community.Creating a Study Abroad Advising Guide Hosting a Diversity Abroad Community DiscussionDeveloping a survey for study abroad students and Minority Serving Institutions As a graduate intern, you will gain insight into a social impact organization and work with leaders in the field of international education. Specifically through your semester with Diversity Abroad, you will:Contribute a significant project to advance Diversity Abroad’s mission and the work of diversity and inclusion in global education. Be assigned a team member as a supervisor/mentor Have the opportunity to meet virtually with individual staff and learn about their career paths during the course of your termJoin a monthly team call if schedule allowsCredit towards 50% off registration for the 2020 Annual Diversity Abroad ConferenceStipend of $500/monthApproximately 20-25 hours Individuals may be eligible for academic credit through their institutions.Fall 2019 OpportunitiesStudent Services This person will play a key role in supporting our student services with generating new, relevant user-friendly content for our online community:Research, review, and update inventory of key resources related to Diversity Abroad’s online community for students, including Student Learning and Advising Courses, Destination Guides, and other identity-specific content.Create and lead webinar for the online student community.Develop a strategy to engage Diversity Abroad alumni for content and related activities.Manage the fall scholarship cycle and revise and refresh scholarship management portfolioCreate guidelines for online community engagementExecute a communications strategy for the 2019 Passport Tour, a student-focused study abroad recruitment tour, including promotion across social media platform pre, during, and post visit using content, such as videos, photos, student interviews from visits. Professional Services/MembershipThis person will play a key role in supporting our professional services with generating new, relevant user-friendly content, and ensuring our current robust inventory of resources are up-to-date. Research, review, and update current inventory of key resources related to membership network resources (e.g. Country Climate Notes, etc.)Develop a user guide and support materials for Diversity Abroad’s newly revised AIDE Roadmap Guidelines Develop new content for Diversity Abroad’s Professional and Short Courses Series. Community College Engagement StrategyThis person will play a key role in helping to develop Diversity Abroad’s engagement with community colleges that would culminate in a summit on community colleges at the Diversity Abroad Conference in March 2020. Support the design of a one day program for Community Colleges at the 2020 Diversity Abroad Conference. Collaborate with the community college task force.Conduct research and assessment on community colleges in global educationJob Requirements Who You Are You have a commitment to Diversity Abroad’s mission and values. You don’t allow the status quo to dictate what you see as possible and an entrepreneurial and creative spirit runs through you. Ideal candidates will be mature individuals who are creative, curious, impact driven, and passionate about the work that we do. You also have excellent interpersonal skills such as effective team building and communication and a strong work ethic with the desire to go beyond the standard expectations. You are skilled at organizing people, information and projects. Your friends and family would use words like respectful, authentic, responsible, integrity, leader, and ethical to describe you. You have the ability to thrive in a remote work environment. Applicants must meet these minimum qualifications:Enrolled in a graduate program preferred in Education, International Education, International Relations, Communications, or related fields.Completion of a bachelor’s degreeExcellent oral and written communication skillsSelf-motivated, organized, and proficient at working with deadlines and in a remote work environmentCreative, ability to see the big picture, yet get into the detailsStrong computer skillsDemonstrated commitment to Diversity Abroad’s mission and valuesFor Research positions, demonstrated experience in survey administration is required.Not required, but definitely a plus! Knowledge of Canva, Adobe, Hootsuite, and Powtoons Content creation experience (videos, blogs, social media)Graphic design skillsTimeline:Applications For Summer & Fall Open April 9, 2019Application Deadline April 29, 2019Notifications Sent May 15, 2019Summer Practicum (June 17 - August 16) Fall Practicum (September 15- Dec 15)Application Process:Offers will be based on the candidates’ interests and strengths, as well as the needs of Diversity Abroad. Diverse applicants are encouraged to apply.The following materials must be compiled into one document and submitted in PDF format to email@example.com by April 29, 2019:A résumé or curriculum vitaeA cover letter that describes your background and prior experience in global education/related field, what interests you about the graduate internship program, the strengths you would bring to the organization, and your personal/professional/academic goals for participating in the internship (2 pages).Two references with at least one from a current/recent supervisor, academic advisor or dissertation chair, as applicable. A completed application form (NOTE: application form functionality is optimal when using Chrome or Safari browsers)
Located in the Santa Croce neighborhood of Florence, the CAPA Florence Program hosts students to attend classes and soak up history and culture in the center of the city’s traditional art quarter. As a completely walk able city, students experience the rich history of the renaissance city around every corner. In Florence, learning does not stop at the classroom door. Students have endless world-renowned museums to visit as well as access to the library at the British Institute, which is home to more than 50,000 English books. Through exploring Florence, the home to the Renaissance, students encounter diversity in neighborhoods with distinctive shops, art, restaurants, and lifestyle.
Please visit our website for more information. This program provides students interested in public health, health sciences, development studies, and other disciplines with the opportunity to scrutinize health-related challenges in urban environments. The program is based at ISALUD University, Argentina’s primary academic institution for public and private health managers and stakeholders.
The Auckland Management Internship Program offers management experience in New Zealand combined with courses at the University of Auckland.
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