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Internships

Learn more about non-Rollins international internship programs.

International Internships

If you are considering an international internship, the procedures will vary depending on your specific situation. You may want to give some thought to the benefits and challenges of doing an internship abroad, particularly in relation to your own personal and professional goals. You will need to target a potential career field to explore and gain experience in through the internship so you may want to visit the Center for Career and Life Planning for assistance. The Center for Career and Life Planning will also provide you guidance on creating and/or updating a resume/CV and cover letter.

For more detailed information on the steps involved with an international internship, please click here.

  • If you are an international student interning in your home country with a specific employer you have already identified and confirmed with, and you wish to enroll in the Rollins Academic Internship Course, you will submit registration paperwork to Career Services and will need to pay the associated matriculation fee.
  • If you are a U.S. citizen interning with a specific employer you have already identified and confirmed with, and you wish to enroll in the Rollins Academic Internship Course, you will need to submit registration paperwork to Career Services and pay the associated matriculation fee.  You will also register with IP and our staff will provide additional advising, assistance and insurance.
  • If you plan to do an international internship through a non-Rollins program (e.g., Boston University) and wish to transfer the internship credit back to Rollins, you must apply in RIPA and via the specific internship program provider and pay the $25 application fee and a matriculation fee. IP will provide you with advising, pre-departure orientation and assistance.

Make sure to take the appropriate steps to receive academic credit for your international internship: You will need to submit the appropriate approval paperwork to International Programs and submit documentation to the Director of Academic Internships/Director of International Business Internships to transfer the internship credits back to Rollins. 

Non-Rollins Internship Programs

There are many providers but the list below has been reviewed by IP.

Boston University
CAPA International Education
CIS Intern Abroad
Global Experiences