Buenos Aires, one of the largest cities in South America and the center for business, government and the non-profit sector, is an ideal location to learn about international relations. Internship activities range from assisting with policy research to developing projects and presentations and networking with local and international agencies.
Explore Buenos Aires and go tango in La Boca or indulge in warm empanadas at a neighborhood panadería. For a breath of fresh air, visit the Rose Garden in Palermo, join a boat tour on the Tigre or spend an afternoon at an estancia. With delicious food and a vibrant cultural scene, you’ll understand why Buenos Aires is called the “Paris of South America”!
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. They’ll also help with logistics, including providing an on-site orientation, and inviting you to local weekly social and cultural events, where you can meet other program participants and experience local culture.
Examples of possible international relations placements and tasks include, but are not limited to:
The current skill set of the applicant will have a bearing on which opportunities are available to them.
Minimum of intermediate Spanish is required, and advanced Spanish is highly preferred.
Interns with intermediate Spanish must have very flexible expectations as internship placements, tasks, and projects available to them will be more limited. Advanced Spanish skills will facilitate a wider range of placement opportunities.
Once in country, language classes can be arranged if needed or desired.
Internships are an opportunity to learn, as well as be involved in the organization’s projects, so students should be professionally motivated, flexible, and proactive, and have a passion for this field.
High level of: Maturity, personal responsibility, cultural sensitivity, professionalism, independence, demonstrated initiative, independent problem-solving skills, adaptability, and patience.
Budgeting Note: Estimated costs are based on typical internship-related costs and a modest standard of living. Each intern’s costs will vary based on lifestyle choices (eating out vs. cooking, taking public transportation vs. taxis) and recreational spending (travelling on days off, hobbies, etc.).
The host site fee includes:
* No visa required for U.S. citizens
** Fees vary based on medical history and insurance coverage
Some basic guidance related to locating housing will be provided by our partner in Argentina. Interns are ultimately responsible for locating and securing their own safe housing.”
Summer: January 25
Fall: April 15
Winter: September 1
Spring: November 15
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