IE3 Global has a partnership with a variety of coordinators that provide high-quality, personalized internship opportunities for students in a range of professional disciplines in Germany. Options are available in private enterprise, public organizations, and not-for-profits. Through personal contact and hands-on student engagement, our coordinators match students with an organization where they can learn and make a valuable contribution.
Our coordinators match students with internships based on industry interest and professional and academic experience. Previous internships include the areas of Business (Consulting, Retail, Marketing, Operations, HR, Trade Organizations, Chamber of Commerce, Finance and Banking); Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (Siemens, BMW, Airbus, Fujitsu, Porsche), and Food Sciences (Nestle).
Through a partnership with coordinators in Germany, IE3 Global Internship participants have access to a wide variety of German internship opportunities in business, finance, and engineering.
Students applying for an individualized internship receive support and suggestions for settling in, as well as substantial help with work permit and registration processing, suggestions for accommodation and ongoing support. The application process is rigorous. Students must be prepared to submit materials in German as well as in English.
Previous internships include the areas of Business (Consulting, Retail, Marketing, Operations, HR, Trade Organizations, Chamber of Commerce, Finance and Banking); Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (Siemens, BMW, Airbus, Fujitsu, Porsche), and Food Sciences (Nestle).
Internships available depend on the skills of the applicant and the needs of the organization. Internships are available year round, but applicants should apply as early as possible in order to give maximum opportunity for arranging an internship that is a good fit.
*Fee amounts are calculated with an exchange rate from European Euro at the time of posting.
The host site fee includes:
Interns arrange their own housing. Local coordinators can offer some support in locating housing.
Summer: January 25
Fall: April 15
Winter: September 1
Spring: November 15
-Near-fluency in German (3rd year level minimum)
-Skills relevant to the internship field of interest - course work, volunteer work and possibly previous work experience
-Sense of professionalism and strong work ethic