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12/12/2016

Dear CBA Students,

There are several ways that you can find an internship or job abroad:.

  • CBAbroad

    Internships are offered via exchange programs at John Cabot University and Deakin University (part-time) at SRH University Heidelberg (part-time, guarantee at an business incubator) while you are taking courses), in Germany (full-time) and part-time and full-time in Mexico, at the UDLA in Puebla, Mexico and at ITESM campus Mexico City.


  • UAS7 is an alliance of seven leading universities of applied sciences (UAS) in Germany, recognized for their excellence in teaching, their strong professional and international orientation and their focus on applied research. UAS7 is offering study and/or internship program at one of their universities with 1000 scholarship and waived tuition. Please click here to view the flyer or visit UAS7 website to get more information.

  • AIESEC is the world’s largest student-run organization, present in over 124 countries, with a network of more than 60,000 members and 945,000 alumni. The organization focuses on providing a platform for youth leadership development. AIESEC US offers young people the opportunity to be global citizens through volunteer and internship opportunities abroad. We provide the chance for others to experience and change the world as well as to gain skills that matter today.

  • Another great source to find an internship is www.iagora.com


  • SDSU Career Services

    Career Services has added a website, "Going Global", where you can find both internships and jobs abroad.

    You need to register with the Career Services first in order to have access to this program. It is free for SDSU students.

    After you register and enter the secure part of the Career Services site, you will find the Going Global link on your left hand side.

  • Fullbright Program

    There are several opportunities to find a job abroad through this program. Please attend one of their information session for more details on how to apply.

  • The CBYX for Young Professionals program is intended primarily for young adults in business, vocational, scientific, engineering, technical, and agricultural fields, though applicants from all fields are encouraged to apply. Participants actively participate in securing their internship positions with assistance from CDS's partner organization in Germany, InWEnt, and are expected to cover incidental expenses as well as represent the U.S. diplomatically while abroad. For more information, please contact CBYX at cbyx@cdsintl.org or +1 (212) 497-3522.

  • The British Universities North America Club (BUNAC)

    The British Universities North America Club, a nonprofit organization, offers an easy, low cost way to experience the everyday life and culture of other countries through work and travel.

  • Internship in Florence

    Intern in Florence offers a wide range of internships in numerous locations, giving you all the flexibility you need to get the right internship at the right time in your academic career. Select a program from a month to a year in length. We encourage you to stay as long as you can to get the most out of your internship placement and immerse yourself in the culture

  • We hope that these opportunities open the world for you!

Sincerely,
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Dr. Teresa Cisneros-Donahue
Director, Study Abroad Programs
College of Business