Based out of Barcelona, our partner company in Spain works with IE3 Global to match interns with an organization where they can gain professional experience and make a valuable contribution to their company. Interns gain research experience, polish their skill set, in an international, intercultural setting. Each placement is unique and dependent on both the skill set, experience, and goals of the candidate, as well as the needs and availability of potential host sites.
As one of the top five business centers in Europe, Barcelona is the perfect city for business related internships, with its privileged location, substantial foreign investment, great living conditions, and entrepreneurial culture.
Placements are available in business, marketing, and related fields, and adapted to fit the virtual format.
Since 2006, our partner company has helped students find career-related internships around the world, across all fields. They will work with you to help define your ideal internship, provide insight into local opportunities and help find a placement that suits your specific skills, experience, and interests.
Interns identify which sub-fields of business are most of interest to them, and the host organization will then match the intern with specific projects. Examples of possible business placements and tasks could include, but are not limited to:
Specific tasks and responsibilities are designated by the site supervisor. Prospective interns are encouraged to keep a flexible mindset, since each placement is unique and dependent on both the skill set, experience, and goals of the candidate, as well as the needs and availability of potential host sites.
The program fee is based on the in the total number of work hours and academic credits. During the application review phase, your Program Coordinator will provide you with an estimated program budget, based on your specific circumstances and internship program. See examples of estimated program fees below.
This internship program ranges from about 150-240 hours over a 6-12 week period.
1 undergrad academic credit = 30 total work hours
1 undergrad academic credit = 45 total work hours
Summer: January 25
Fall: April 15
Winter: September 1
Spring: November 15
- See Qualifications/Requirements section