This program is not being offered in summer 2023
Spend eight weeks working for a company in one of the most beautiful and engaging cities in the world on the international business internship in Prague. During this summer experience, you will apply the theories and concepts you’ve learned in class to an international working environment, learning and practicing the professional customs, behaviors and norms of another culture.
The skills you develop on this internship will transform you as a leader and give you a distinct competitive advantage in the job market. Along with practicing fundamental workplace skills, you will demonstrate that you can work in a diverse environment, adapt to change, be a flexible problem solver and integrate successfully into a diverse and cross-cultural team—all high-demand skills for today’s globally minded employers.
You will work Monday through Thursday for eight weeks at your placement company for 30-35 hours per week.
This program is run through EUSA, a third-party provider.
EUSA’s internship services include:
You must be admitted to the UNC Kenan-Flagler Undergraduate Business Program to apply for this program. Pre-business students, non-business majors and minors and non-UNC students are not eligible, with the exception of students in the Assured Admission Program (AAP). Admission status will be verified for all applicants.
Apply for a Kenan-Flagler Global Program and Global Programs scholarship through the same application system using your Kenan-Flagler credentials. Click the Apply Now button below to learn more about application deadlines, requirements, and to start your application!
Please note that you must meet with a UBP Global Programs Advisor and/or attend an international internship information session in order for your application to be considered for this program.Apply Now
UBP students can schedule a meeting with Ben Hershey to learn more about this and other International Internship programs by clicking on the “Schedule Appointment” link below.
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