Are you a FEB student and are you interested in going abroad? Have a look at the marketing summer internship vacancy made available through the Singapore Summer Internships (SSI). You get the unique opportunity to gain international work experience during a two-months paid internship in the modern and vibrant city-state Singapore.
When: July-August 2018
Duration: 8 weeks
Application deadline: 13 May 2018
More info: www.rug.nl/feb/singapore
We are looking for a talented individual who has an interest in learning Digital Marketing from the Marketing Automation perspective.
This Singapore Summer Internship is open to all 3rd year BSc/pre-MSc/MSc students. However, modern marketing is made up of both traditional marketing and digital marketing practices, pinned together alongside technology. This means the ideal candidates for this role are students with marketing backgrounds who have an interest in or flair for technology.
This internship is best suited for students who have international ambitions and are eager to gain some practical experience. We are looking for independent, strong-willed and open-minded students.
By taking part you’ll be ready to compete in today’s competitive global business environment. You’ll get the unique opportunity to:
- Ruben Lautenbag did an internship at FrieslandCampina in Singapore during his study MSc Marketing Management
Find more info and this year's available vacancies at www.rug.nl/feb/singapore
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