Placement opportunities are available in Madrid or Valencia, two of the cities at the leading edge of research and biotechnology in Europe. A variety of internship positions are available based on your interests, qualifications, and experience. Placements are coordinated through a close partnership with our partner agency in Madrid, which provides local expertise and support. Interns work on existing research projects in settings that include prestigious STEM research centers, universities, hospitals, and labs.
Our Spanish partner company has access to exciting research and medical opportunities with two of the most import research organizations in Spain, where interns are certain to gain world-class experience in state-of-the-art facilities. Our partner company in Spain will also help arrange housing for interns in Madrid’s competitive housing market and provide local support as needed.
Our partner works in close connection with IE3 Global Internships to provide a high-quality, relevant internship experience for accepted students in a range of professional disciplines at various local and multinational entities. Our partner company matches interns with an organization where they can gain crucial professional experience and make a valuable contribution to their company while strengthening the intern’s portfolio or resume with practical experience and projects abroad.
Students participate in existing research opportunities, with specific tasks and responsibilities designated by the site supervisor.
Options can include research placements in fields such as the following:
Estimated One-Time Expenses
*At time of posting visa not required for U.S. citizens completing a single-term internship
**Varies based on medical history, doctor’s recommendations, and insurance coverage
Estimated Monthly Expenses
*Rents vary depending in chosen accommodation and exchange rate
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.).
Additional Expense Information
The host site fee includes:
Interns have a two options for housing:
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Summer: January 25
Fall: April 15
Winter: September 1
Spring: November 15
-See Qualifications and Requirements section