With excellent opportunities in tech & IT, start-ups & creative companies, international business, music & entertainment, fashion, NGOs and more, these 8-week (summer) or 12-week (semester) full-time internship programs in Berlin are the perfect way to gain practical professional skills and work experience while enjoying the undeniable magic of Germany.
HOW IT WORKS
Complete a full-time internship abroad and lay the groundwork for your future career! Work in a global environment and learn about your field from a cross-cultural perspective.
ISEP and its partners at Global Experiences work with you to find an internship placement that matches your career aspirations, educational background and location preferences. During the application process, you will conduct a brief phone call with an ISEP Student Advisor to learn about your goals for interning abroad. If accepted, you will be guaranteed an internship in your desired career field.
In the months leading up to the term abroad you will be matched with potential employers and interview with them directly to learn more about each other. If everything goes well, the internship is finalized. You will know your internship placement and role before you depart to your host country.See All 3 Photos
BerlinBerlin, Germany0 - 5,000 on Campus250,000+ residents in BerlinLanguage(s) spoken on campus: German, English
Germany's capital city, Berlin, dates back to the 13th century and a third of it is still composed of forests, parks, gardens, rivers, canals and lakes, including the River Spree, which runs through the heart of the city. Despite the abundance of natural beauty around, Berlin is also the second most populated city proper in Europe with a rich history as a capital dating back to the early 1400s. As a powerful world city, Berlin's economy is driven by high-tech firms and a diverse range of companies in the service sector, including creative industries, research, media corporations, IT and tourism.
The city also houses world-renowned museums, entertainment venues, sporting events and the Zoological Garden—the most visited zoo in Europe.