IE3 Global collaborates with New Zealand Internships (NZI) to provide high-quality, personalized internship opportunities for students interested in business, social work, and a variety of additional fields. NZI matches students to internships based on industry interest, professional and academic experience, and personal goals. Interns should consider relevant previous experience and desired professional development at the time of application to facilitate the identification of a relevant opportunity.
New Zealand Internships (NZI) has been coordinating internships with a focus on exceptional service and a well-rounded experience for each intern since 2007. By working with students personally, the NZI team tailors internships and services to each individual. Based in Auckland, NZI places students with organizations across the country.
New Zealand Internships works with a variety of host organizations that offer internships working in business, social work, and several additional fields. Placements depend on current needs, intern experience, and length of commitment. Some past internship placements include:
Business & Communications (Accounting, Advertising, Events, Finance, Human Resources, Journalism, Logistics, Marketing, Public Relations, Real Estate, Retail, Sales)
Hospitality, Tourism, and Travel
The program fee factors in the total number of work hours, the duration of the internship and the number of 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.
1 undergrad academic credit = 30 total work hours
1 undergrad academic credit = 45 total work hours
For internships that falls in between the academic credits/work hours model outlined above, the cost will default to the next highest program fee. For example, for a quarter school, an internship totaling 135 work hours will default to the higher cost of a 150 hour internship, $1,590.
Summer: January 25
Fall: April 15
Winter: September 1
Spring: November 15
- Open to all majors; relevant experience in chosen industry preferred (coursework, volunteer work, and professional work experience)
- Sense of professionalism and strong work ethic