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Apply for a Global Research Internship

21 January 2016
Go global

Want to travel abroad next summer?
Hoping to boost your career prospects by gaining meaningful global work experience?
Apply for one of our challenging Global Research Internship positions!

Take the challenge and get international work experience !

The opportunity

In collaboration with Newcastle University the FEB Careers Company offers inspiring research internships abroad. Over summer recess students are able to gain valuable professional experience during one month to six week projects. Together with Newcastle students you'll form a global team working on assignments focused on local empowerment. The projects are based in India, UK, Botswana, Ruanda and Tanzania.


By taking part you’ll be ready to compete in today’s hugely competitive global business environment. You’ll get the unique opportunity to :

  • Differentiate yourself and your CV
  • Gain international work experience and build your global network
  • Improve intercultural competencies
  • Enhance your employability skills

Global interns at their office
Global interns at their office

Ilia Samarin did a global research internship at Tate Medical Center in Kolkata, India: "It was a period of a continuous learning. Every single day I learnt something new: about India's culture, social issues the country faces, people’s mentality etc. I really enjoyed it.

Read more internship stories and experiences here.


Check out the webpage about FEB's Global Internships!

Last modified:06 September 2016 1.33 p.m.

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