Academy of Technologies and Business

Internship abroad

Here you will find all relevant information if you wish to do your internship abroad.

Requirements

The specific requirements you and the host company/organisation need to observe are defined in the curriculum of your programme major. You also find more information on internship here.

Duration

An internship must as a general rule of thumb be similar to a full time job equal to approx. 37 hours a week and the internship must be within a profession relevant to your programme major and future work career.

Insurance

When you do your internship aboard you need to observe that you are covered by an accident and liability insurance. The industrial injury and accident insurance cover in case of any accident during workhours of your internship while the professional liability insurance covers you during workhours in case you cause any damage to a person or something belonging to somebody else.

Internship abroad mosaic
Destinations - where can I go?

Finding the internship host company/ organisation by myself

In principle, you can go to any country around the world if you can find a relevant internship and host company/-organisation, which can be approved according the requirements specified in your programme curriculum. However, in reality it can be quite hard to find a host company/-organisation if you don’t have a relatively good network in a particular country. Zealand cooperates with a number of service partners abroad who can be of assistance to find an internship for your abroad. They act as a liaison between you and potential companies/organisations being part of their network. You are charged a service fee for their assistance to link you with a potential host company/-organisation according to your interests and requirements.

There are no difference between an internship in Denmark or an internship abroad. In all cases your internship coordinator who as a first step need to approve and agree if the host company/organisation and the internship assignment(s) meet the formal requirements. If you wish to find a host company/-organisation by yourself (a personal network will be of benefit and ease the search!) you need to observe the differences between doing an internship within the EU/EEA or outside the EU/EEA.

In most cases you will be able to formalize your internship through the Erasmus Plus programme when an internship is within the EU/EEA. In such case your internship will be formalised as an Erasmus+ exchange to meet certain standards. Among others, that you have sufficient insurance coverage (industrial accident and liability). Further, the Erasmus+ programme in most cases can facilitate an attractive monthly grant support to make the possibility realistic from a financial point of view.

If you find an internship outside EU/EEA it will not be possible to formalize your internship through the Erasmus+ programme why you have to be able to finance the abroad experience by yourself. You also need to observe the county specific rules on temporary residence in a particular country. In many countries, an internship is regarded as a regular job why you need to apply not only for a visa/residence permit but also for a work permit. The work permit can be a challenge and in most cases, you will need assistance from an “agency”/Service provider to facilitate a work permit. It will be your own responsibility to facilitate all permits since we in most cases cannot be of assistance. (For more information, see also under applying for internship via an internship service provider/agency)

Applying for my internship abroad via an internship service provider/agency

ZEALAND can refer to a number of agencies or service providers abroad which among others have specialized in linking students with potential host companies/organisation around the world. Most agencies have an extensive network of companies and organisations and each agency have different options/offers depending on your programme major and desired destination country.

Based on your CV and application the service provider will match you with an internship host company/organisation matching your motivation and professional interests. When a host company/-organisation has been matched with your professional interests, an interview is organised between you and the potential host company/organisation. The aim is to align expectations on your internship between you and the host company/organisation. As a final step your internship must be formalized in an internship agreement that need to be approved by you, the host company/organisation and Zealand (your internship coordinator). Above process is supported by the service provider/agency and Zealand (where relevant) if needed.

IMPORTANT: If you decide to use an external service provider/agency to find an internship abroad, there of course is a service fee to be paid. This payment is an issue between you and the external service provider/agency. Typically, payment is on a “no cure no payment” basis. However, if a relevant internship is identified then you of course need to pay for the services offered. Once you have accepted the terms for their service offer the agreement is binding. The service fee differs from approx. EUR 400 up to EUR 1000+. The fee will always depend on the level of service you ask for and if an internship within EU or outside EU.

Erasmus Plus supported internship – what is that?

Erasmus+ is the European Commission’s education and mobility exchange programme, which has existed for more than 30 years. The programme is among others aimed at strengthening student mobility as study abroad exchange or an internship abroad and strengthening the European identity and building international competences among students in higher education across Europe. In 2019 the programme allocated EUR 35,6 million to support projects and support exchange students within EU/EEA (programme countries) or outside Europe/NON-EU (partner countries).

Besides financial support, minimum quality standards to observe and recognition of credits, the Erasmus+ programme also has a strong focus on students proficiency in the European languages (not only “work language” which typically is English). OLS, Online Linguistic Support, is a free of charge offer to outgoing exchange students where you are invited to join for an online language test (work language during mobility) before and after the exchange to trace improved proficiency. If needed, OLS offer an online language course in the work language or alternatively a language course in the language of the destination country if different from the work language. Thus, the Erasmus+ programme contribute to and support the participating students’ development of their proficiency in one or more of the European languages.

Besides a financial contribution to outgoing students to make an internship abroad realistic, the Erasmus+ programme also means that your abroad training experience meet the quality requirements and give you the rights set by programme and the charter principles.

Zealand Academy of Technologies and Business is an approved participant in the Erasmus+ programme and holds an Erasmus+ charter from the European Commission.

Our Erasmus+ ID is: DK KOGE03

See our Erasmus+ Charter approval here

Explore further about Erasmus Plus in FAQ Erasmus Plus

Erasmus+ internship options and possibilities?

An internship abroad mobility through the Erasmus+ programme must have a minimum duration of 2 month and you can maximum have support for 12 month within same programme major. The internship will be during your 3rd and/or 4th and/or 5th semester (refer to your programme major curriculum for the internship embedded in your programme major). The internship abroad must be recognized by Zealand towards the degree (semester) you study with Zealand. This will normally not be an issue since an internship already is embedded as a mandatory part of your studies. Further, it is a requirement that the host company/organisation is recognized and has a formal registration in the host country industry register (similar to cvr in Denmark). Besides above the requirements to host company/organisation and the internships as such are similar to an internship in Denmark. You find specific requirements to your internship here.

Internship in Erasmus+ programme countries will be in one of the EU or EEA countries (EU including Norway, Iceland, Turkey or Lichtenstein). Participants are offered a monthly support, which differ from country to country ranging from EUR 385 to EUR 435 (2018). The financial support is calculated according to actual number of days required to be abroad from start date to end date. It is expected that the monthly grant will increase in 2019/20/21. Like an internship in Denmark the internship as a first step must be agreed and formalised in the ZEALAND CRM system (ZEALAND online internship agreement system)

In special cases we may not be able to support the full duration of your internship with grant support. If limited funds available you may have a partial grant meaning that minimum 2 month will be funded combined with additional funding as a“0” grant. However we have not yet been in a situation where we need to adjust funding as a partial grant combined with “0” grant.

The Recent Graduate internship programme

The Recent Graduate internship programme within programme countries is a possibility offered to have an internship implemented under the Erasmus+ programme AFTER graduation from your study programme. As example, it could be in a situation where your internship host company would need more time to be sure if offering you a job. It could also be a more traditional trainee position abroad. The aim is to facilitate an on-the-job training through an internship as a way to a future employment. In principle, rules are similar to regular internships embedded in the curricular. However, to have the possibility offered by the recent graduate programme the “internship” after graduation MUST have been agreed and formalized before graduation day. The deadline for being eligible for participation in the programme is missed the day after graduation.

Apply for an Erasmus + supported internship

When your internship has been formalised and agreed in the ZEALAND CRM system (ZEALAND online internship agreement system), we strongly recommend that you formalise your internship under the Erasmus+ programme. The programme will give you a number of benefits, among others the possibility to receive a monthly grant paid. You find more information under Erasmus+

Application procedure for Erasmus+

When a relevant internship has been agreed you apply as a first step to the International Mobility Ambassador at the ZEALAND department where you study.

1. Application form Erasmus+ supported internship

When you apply online by using the online application form found on this site.

(please note that you need to have the internship formalized and agreed before you can apply)

INTERNAL NOMINATION: Initially your Zealand campus nominate you for an Erasmus+ mobility to the central Zealand International office. In case of limited funds available we rank applicants according to a set of nomination criteria and according to ranking applicants are offered full grant or a partial grant combined with zero grant periods.

Here you can see the formal requirements and nomination criteria applied by Zealand

Application deadline for Erasmus+

In principle you can apply ongoing however applying before your internship starts. If limited funds available then applications will ranked according to the following deadlines:

1. April          For internships scheduled in Autumn semester

1. October     For internships scheduled in Spring semester

In case of limited funds available, the deadline will apply as follows. To the extent possible applicants applying before the deadline is given priority for a full grant support. Application received after the deadline will receive a partial support combined with “zero” grant periods which depend on number of late applicants and funds available.

2. Erasmus Plus Training Agreement for internships

Your agreed internship need to be formalised in a training agreement between you, Zealand and your host company/organisation. The Training agreement must specify the training you will received during your internship.

You find the Erasmus+ Training Agreement here:

https://www.zealand.dk/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/E-2018-Training-agreement-students-traineeships.docx

From 2019 the Erasmus+ programme will start to experiment with formalising Training Agreements online. The agreements are prepared online and signed by all parties online. If you agree to formalise your Training Agreement online you will receive a link to a platform where the agreement is prepared. You can use the Erasmus+ APP to formalise (sign) your Training Agreement.

Download the Erasmus+ App here

If you download the app you also will be able to change the agreement during mobility if needed. The Erasmus+ APP also makes a number of resources available depending on the destination of your internship.

3. Documentation for insurance coverage during internship

To have support from Erasmus+ you need to document insurance coverage (industrial accident and industrial liability). For more information see under Insurance.

Insurance

It is ALWAYS your OWN RESPONSIBILITY to make sure that you have sufficient insurance coverage during your internship.

Within EU

When your internship is within EU you need to have (order) the ’The European Health Insurance Card’ (Det blå EU-sygesikringskort). ’The European Health Insurance Card’ can be obtained from  borger.dk. EU students need to check with their home country authorities. NON-EU students need to purchase a travel and health insurance. In all cases, we do recommend to obtain additional insurance to cover private accident and liability as well as repatriation in case of accident/hospitalisation.

Outside EU

Outside EU neither your yellow card nor the ’The European Health Insurance Card’ will provide coverage. It is IMPORTANT that you as a minimum take out insurance coverage to health/illness including private accident and liability as well as repatriation in case of accident/hospitalisation

Depending on your status (EU/NON-EU) and citizenship, different conditions will apply. Check always with your own insurance company if you are able to take out the required insurance as an add-on. In most cases that would be the cheapest solution. Besides, there are many insurance companies offering above type of insurance – check prices and compare coverage.

Industrial accident and industrial liability insurance during your internship

In Denmark national legislation state that interns must be covered by the host company/organisation towards industrial accident and industrial liability. Outside Denmark this is not always a norm why it is of outmost importance for you to make sure if you are covered by the host company/organisation or not.

Industrial accident insurance covers in case you experience an accident during workhours of your internship. Industrial liability insurance covers if your actions cause accidents for other persons or things/stuff belonging to somebody else (e.g. you delete the customer database).

The Erasmus+ programme has developed a policy towards industrial accident and –liability, which we recommend our students to follow. Specifically for Erasmus+ interns the policy is mandatory and insurance coverage must be documented (take out) prior to departure.

1 The intern is covered by the host company/organisation industrial accident and –liability insurance

Most companies would have an industrial accident and -liability insurance coverage offered to all other employee categories employed by the company/organisation. If you as an intern also are covered (can be included) the company need to confirm and certify that in the “Erasmus+ Training Agreement” which needs to be joined prior to your internship. The company representative must certify in the training agreement and sign to confirm coverage.

2 The intern can NOT be covered by the host company/ organisation insurances towards industrial accident and –liability insurance.

In such case, it is your OWN responsibility as an intern to take out insurance coverage towards industrial accident and -liability insurance coverage. Under the Erasmus+ programme it is mandatory to take out and you must be able to document the insurance coverage needed.

The Danish National Erasmus+ Agency has according to the Erasmus+ policy on insurance developed a set requirements that are recommend to be meet by an insurance taken out. Among others coverage and minimum coverage are specified in the so-called Standard Clause 1.0.

On one hand our past experience show that it can be difficult to find an insurance that will meet the minimum requirements. On the other we are not able to offer the service to read (often in other languages) and insurance policy to check if requirements are meet why we have decided to follow below procedure:.

Either you take out the insurance we refer you to. We have already checked that you are offered the required coverage by that insurance/agency.

However, you are of course very welcome to take out a similar insurance from another agency. In that case it will be your responsibility to make sure that the insurance provider document and certify (in English) that the insurance taken out meet the requirements stipulated in “Standard Clause 1.0” and the minimum insurance coverage. The provider document this by joining an insurance certification (by stamp and signature).

You find the Standard Clause and Draft Insurance Certificate downloadable in Danish and English on this site.

If your own provider will not sign and certify the insurance certification we cannot accept is your documentation that insurance has been taken out.

In such case we would refer you to the insurance mentioned above offered by a German insurance provider; Dr. Walter; www.dr-walter.com (and their insurance products: Pro Trip World + Pro Trip World H).

Financing an abroad internship

It is of course important to have a clear idea about your financial situation if you go abroad for an internship. As a first step – talk to you bank connection to make sure you have the best starting point.

As a rule Danish citizens can maintain their support from SU during an internship abroad. European citizens (EU) need to consult with the SU on an individual basis if they can meet the requirements for maintaining their SU during an internship abroad.

IF your curriculum states that the internship is/must be a paid internship then special rules apply (e.g. Commerce Management programme). As a general rule it is possible to carry SU for an internship abroad if the company abroad declares/certifies that no salary is paid since a paid internship cue to common practice in the host country of the internship. The company must declare:

”the internship host Organisation/Enterprise declares that the intern/trainee is not paid a monthly salary due to common practice in the country where the internship is based”

It is YOUR responsibility to make sure that the host company declares above declaration in ZELANDs online internship system (CRM).

If the host company declare above there can be a possibility to maintain the SU during an internship where no salary is paid (for Danish citizens). Other regulation may apply for EU citizens studying in Denmark.

In all cases we do recommend to consult with the SU office concerning your individual case since regulations change and the responsibility is yours.

Finally, you need to pay attention to the following: If you maintain your SU abroad during an internship there is a rule on how much you are allowed to receive from the host company – the so-called “3,000 kr rule”. An internship host company is allowed to cover expenses you have as long as it not in the form of a salary – a so-called ”contribution in kind”. This may be an allowance to cover travel expenses, an allowance to cover living/housing expenses etc. It just cannot have a format where it can be compared to a paid salary. It is your responsibility to make sure that you only receive contributions in kind. Worst case you risk having to pay back paid SU!

If your internship is under the Erasmus+ programme you may receive a monthly contribution from the programme. The grant is paid in two instalments, 80% before your first day and pending 20% by the end of your internship.

You do not need to document how you spend the money. However, you need to be able to document that you have been abroad in the internship. This is done by the end of the internship where the host company have to prepare and certify a so-called After Mobility document where the company certifies the internship and outcome.

Before leaving abroad

As a minimum you need to observe the following before leaving for an internship abroad.

Insurance

Have you taken out sufficient insurance to be covered during your internship abroad. See under ”Insurance”. Please observe that there are requirements specified for interns abroad, which you need to observe. The responsibility is ALWAYS YOURS!

VISA, Residence permit and/or Work permit?

You need to check if you need to apply for a vis/residence permit to join your internship abroad. It will depend on your Citizenship (in your passport) and which country you travel to for your internship. You need to check which would apply in your specific case. In general, EU citizens can take short term residence in another EU country without applying a visa. However, you may need to apply for temporary residence registration upon arrival (procedures and regulations may vary from one country to another).

If you leave for a country outside EU, you in most cases will have to apply for a short term visa or residence permit. Rules and procedure vary from country to country why we recommend you to check. Further, you need to observe that many countries would regard an internship as ”work” why you in such cases also need to apply for a work permit. Applying for a work permit can be a struggle why we do recommend that you consult with the host company and our on campus International Mobility Ambassador.

Applications for visa/residence/work take time why it is important that you plan your internship in good time before your intended first day abroad.

Vaccinations

It is important that you check if you need to have any vaccinations before departure. You can orientate yourself on your need (recommended) here: https://rejse.ssi.dk/

Alternatively, talk to your private doctor. It is your responsibility and remember travelling is not dangerous as long as you use common sense!

Housing abroad

In most cases the host company/organisation would be able to assist you with finding appropriate housing to live during your internship. Or at least they would be able to refer you to organisations/websites where possible to search.

If no assistance is available / offered then we can recommend that you leave early and stay in a cheap B&B / dorm. In most cases, it is easier to find/search when you have arrived then from a distance at home.

During internship abroad

When you arrive to the destination / the internship host company, we do recommend informing them that you have arrived. Further, we do recommend that you as quickly as possible make sure to get formalities done with the local authorities (registration etc.). Finally, we also recommend that you register with the local Danish Embassy – the so-called “Dansker liste” or another Embassy if your citizenship is another. In this way, you will be informed in case of any urgency.

Before departure, we agreed on your internship in a learning agreement for Traineeship specifying your internship job and assignments you are to work with /be training in. If you experience essential changes to what was agreed upon then it is important that you connect with your Zealand internship coordinator/-counsellor. We need to pre-approve of such essential changes to the learning outcome of your internship. If your internship is under the Erasmus+ programme an amendment to your training agreement needs to be prepared – the so-called During Mobility agreement. Connect with your on-campus International Mobility Ambassador.

If you terminate your internship before the planned end date or wish to leave before planned it is important that you do it together with us. If such situation should happen/develop then we recommend you to connect with you international Mobility ambassador and your internship counsellor. Together with you we will try to find the best solution and best outcome for you. This also goes for interns under the Erasmus+ programme where you have an additional concern on refunding a prepaid grant.

By the end of your internship before you leave we do recommend you to have a letter of recommendation where start and end date is mentioned. Such letter of recommendation may come in beneficially when you need to apply your first job. Interns under the Erasmus+ programme also need to make sure that the After Mobility Document is prepared by your host company before departure (check the last part of your Training Agreement)

In case you need to document, having been abroad to the SU office above document can be used. Dokumentationen skal dels bruges i forhold til SU dels i forhold til Erasmus+.

Recognition of internship abroad

When you return back home you need your internship approved and recognized. You also need to make sure that the required ECTS are awarded to you.

Different programmes at Zealand have their own unique method for approval and recognition to make sure that learning objectives have been meet during the internship. We refer you to the relevant curriculum on our website where you find this information in details.

Share your story and internship abroad with us and your fellow students when you are back in Denmark.

We would love it if you would share your photos with us! Share your pictures on Instagram with the hashtag #WeAreZealand.

Internship partners

Click the map to view details about our internship partners around the world.

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Australia


Our partner Study Sea can help you with internship in Australia. The majority of their internships are in Sydney and Brisbane, but interships are available in other Australian cities as well.

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England


Our partner Stage can help you with internship in London.

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Our partner Intern Europe can help you with internship in Liverpool.

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Germany


Our partner Stage can help you with internship in Berlin.

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Indonesia


Our partner RMC can help you with internship in Indonesia.

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Ireland


Our partner Irish Education Partners (IEP) can help you with internship in Ireland.

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Our partner Study Sea can help you with internship in Dublin.

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Maldives


Our partner RMC can help you with internship in the Maldives.

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Malta


Our partner Stage – Malta can help you with internship on Malta.

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Northern Ireland


Our partner Intern Europe can help you with internship in Belfast.

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Portugal


Our partner Stage can help you with internship in Lisbon.

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Scotland


Our partner Intern Europe can help you with internship in Glasgow.

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Spain


Our partner Sabatica can help you with internship in the Catalonia region, Spain.

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Our partner Spain Internships can help you with internship in Spain, mainly in Madrid and Barcelona.

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Our partner Stage Euro can help you with internship in Barcelona and Madrid.

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Thailand


Our partner RMC can help you with internship in Thailand.

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United States


Our partner Stage USA can help you with internship in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego and other American cities.

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Vietnam


Our partner RMC can help you with internship in Vietnam.

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Our partner Study Sea can help you with internship in Saigon and surrounding area.

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Cyprus


Our internship partner Shipcon can help you with internship in Limassol, Cyprus.

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Australia

Study Sea

Our partner Study Sea can help you with internship in Australia. The majority of their internships are in Sydney and Brisbane, but interships are available in other Australian cities as well.

How much does it cost?

Through Study Sea, you can buy a Sydney Internship Package. With this package, Study Sea will help you through the entire process of finding internship in Australia (including help finding an internship company, help with your application, VISA and more). This package costs 1200 Euros (2020) You can read more about the Sydney Internship Package here.

Which study programmes?

Study Sea can help most Zealand students across study programmes with internship in Australia.

For instance:

  • Administrationsøkonom
  • Datamatiker/Computer Science
  • Digital Konceptudvikling/ Digital Concept Development
  • Finansøkonom
  • Handelsøkonom/Commerce Management
  • International Handel og Markedsføring / International Sales and Marketing Management
  • Logistikøkonom/Logistics Management
  • Multimediedesigner/ Multimedia Design and Communication
  • Produktionsteknolog
  • Serviceøkonom/Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Web Development
Cyprus

Our internship partner Shipcon can help you with internship in Limassol, Cyprus. 

How much does it cost? 

The full package fee for internship up to 3 months is 875 Euros (2021) per month. This fee includes working placement, accommodation and more. For internship longer than 4 months, the full package fee is 775 Euros per month (2021).   

Which study programmes?

Shipcon can help most students across study programmes with internship in Cyprus.

For instance:

  • Administrationsøkonom
  • Datamatiker/Computer Science
  • Digital Konceptudvikling/ Digital Concept Development
  • Finansøkonom
  • Handelsøkonom/Commerce Management
  • International Handel og Markedsføring / International Sales and Marketing Management
  • Logistikøkonom/Logistics Management
  • Multimediedesigner/ Multimedia Design and Communication
  • Produktionsteknolog
  • Serviceøkonom/Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Web Development
England

Intern Europe

Our partner Intern Europe can help you with internship in Liverpool.

How much does it cost?

The management fee for internship in Liverpool is 350 EURO (2021)

Which study programmes?

Intern Europe can almost all Zealand students across study programmes with internship in Liverpool.


Stage

Our partner Stage can help you with internship in London.

How much does it cost? The placement fee for internships less than six months is 750 EURO (2020). The placement fee for paid internships is 850 EURO (2020)

Which study programmes?

Stage can help most Zealand students across study programmes with internship in London.

For instance:

  • Datamatiker/ Computer Science
  • Digital Konceptudvikling/ Digital Concept Development/
  • Finansøkonom
  • Handelsøkonom/ Commcerce Management
  • International Handel og Markedsføring / International Sales and Marketing Management
  • Logistikøkonom/ Logistics Management
  • Markedsføringsøkonom/ Marketing Management
  • Multimediedesigner / Multimedia Design and Communication
  • Serviceøkonom/ Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Web Development
Germany

Stage Euro

Our partner Stage can help you with internship in Berlin.

How much does it cost?

The placement fee for internships less than six months is 750 EURO (2020). The placement fee for paid internships is 850 EURO (2020)

Which study programmes?

Stage can help most Zealand students across study programmes with internship in Berlin.

For instance:

  • Datamatiker/ Computer Science
  • Digital Konceptudvikling/ Digital Concept Development/
  • Finansøkonom
  • Handelsøkonom/ Commcerce Management
  • International Handel og Markedsføring / International Sales and Marketing Management
  • Logistikøkonom/ Logistics Management
  • Markedsføringsøkonom/ Marketing Management
  • Multimediedesigner / Multimedia Design and Communication
  • Serviceøkonom/ Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Web Development
Indonesia

RMC SouthEast Asia

Our partner RMC can help you with internship in Indonesia.

How much does it cost?

The registration fee for internship is 290 EURO (2021). The placement fee for a 3 month internship is 890 EURO (2021)

Which study programmes?

Mainly internships in the area of hospitality (Hotel, tourism and resorts). But it can also be relevant for other students at Zealand like:

  • Administrationsøkonom
  • Handelsøkonom / Commerce Management
  • International handel og markedsføring (PBA) / International Sales and Marketing Management
  • Markedsføringsøkonom / Marketing Management

RMC also offer Management Trainee-programmes for new graduates.

Ireland

Irish Education Partners

Our partner Irish Education Partners (IEP) can help you with internship in Ireland.

How much does it cost?

The host company placement fee for internship is 425 – 575 EURO (2019)– depending on the length of the internship and whether IEP help you with accommodation or not

Which study programmes?

IEP can help almost all Zealand students across study programmes with internship in Ireland. For instance:

  • Administrationsøkonom
  • Digital Konceptudvikling / Digital Concept Development
  • Handelsøkonom / Commerce Mangement
  • International Handel og Markedsføring / International Sales and Marketing Management
  • Logistikøkonom / Logistics Management
  • Markedsføringsøkonom/ Marketing Management
  • Multimediedesign / Multimedia Design and Communication
  • Serviceøkonom/ Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management

Study Sea

Our partner Study Sea can help you with internship in Dublin.

How much does it cost?

Through Study Sea, you can buy a Dublin internship Package. With this package, Study Sea will help you through the entire process of finding internship in Dublin (Including help finding an internship company, help with your application and more). This package costs 1140 Euros (2021) You can read more about the Dublin internship package here. 

Which study programmes?

Study Sea can help most Zealand students across study programmes with internship in Dublin.

For instance:

  • Administrationsøkonom
  • Datamatiker/ Computer Science
  • Digital Konceptudvikling/ Digital Concept Development/
  • Finansøkonom
  • Handelsøkonom/ Commcerce Management
  • International Handel og Markedsføring / International Sales and Marketing Management
  • Logistikøkonom/ Logistics Management
  • Markedsføringsøkonom/ Marketing Management
  • Multimediedesigner / Multimedia Design and Communication
  • Serviceøkonom/ Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Web Development
Maldives

RMC SouthEast Asia

Our partner RMC can help you with internship in the Maldives.

How much does it cost?

The registration fee for internship is 290 EURO (2021). The placement fee for a 3 month internship is 890 EURO (2021). 

Which study programmes?

Mainly internships in the area of hospitality (Hotel, tourism and resorts). But it can also be relevant for other students at Zealand like:

  • Administrationsøkonom
  • Handelsøkonom / Commerce Management
  • International handel og markedsføring (PBA) / International Sales and Marketing Management
  • Markedsføringsøkonom / Marketing Management

RMC also offer Management Trainee-programmes for new graduates.

Malta

Stage – Malta

Our partner Stage – Malta can help you with internship on Malta.

How much does it cost?

The booking fee is 150 EURO (2021). This fee will be refunded at the end of the internship. Depending on the length of the internship, Stage Malta charge an administration fee up to 350 EURO (2021). 

Which study programmes?

Stage Malta can help almost all Zealand students across study programmes with internship on Malta.

For instance:

  • Administrationsøkonom
  • Datamatiker / Computer Science
  • Finansøkonom
  • International handel og markedsføring / International Sales and Marketing Management
  • Jordbrugsteknolog
  • Markedsføringsøkonom / Marketing Management
  • Multimediedesign / Multimedia Design and Communication
  • Procesteknolog
  • Serviceøkonom / Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Web Development
Northern Ireland

Intern Europe

Our partner Intern Europe can help you with internship in Belfast.

How much does it cost?

The management fee for internship in Belfast is 350 EURO (2021).

Which study programmes?

Intern Europe can help almost all Zealand students across study programmes with internship in Belfast.

Portugal

Stage Euro

Our partner Stage can help you with internship in Lisbon.

How much does it cost?

The placement fee for internships less than six months is 750 EURO (2020). The placement fee for paid internship is 850 EURO (2020).

Which study programmes?

Stage can help most Zealand students across study programmes with internship in Lisbon.

For instance:

  • Datamatiker/ Computer Science
  • Digital Konceptudvikling/ Digital Concept Development/
  • Finansøkonom
  • Handelsøkonom/ Commcerce Management
  • International Handel og Markedsføring / International Sales and Marketing Management
  • Logistikøkonom/ Logistics Management
  • Markedsføringsøkonom/ Marketing Management
  • Multimediedesigner / Multimedia Design and Communication
  • Serviceøkonom/ Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Web Development
Scotland

Intern Europe

Our partner Intern Europe can help you with internship in Glasgow.

How much does it cost?

The management fee for internship in Glasgow is 350 EURO (2021).

Which study programmes?

Intern Europe can help almost all Zealand students across study programmes with internship in Glasgow.

Spain

Internships in Spain

Our partner can help you with internship in the Catalonia region, Spain.

How much does it cost?

The placement fee for internship less than six months is 650 Euro (2019).

Which study programmes?

We can help almost all Zealand students across study programmes with internship in Catalonia.

For instance:

  • Datamatiker/ Computer Science
  • Digital Konceptudvikling/ Digital Concept Development/
  • Finansøkonom
  • Handelsøkonom/ Commcerce Management
  • International Handel og Markedsføring / International Sales and Marketing Management
  • Laborant
  • Markedsføringsøkonom/ Marketing Management
  • Multimediedesigner / Multimedia Design and Communication
  • Serviceøkonom/ Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Web Development

Spain internships

Our partner Spain Internships can help you with internship in Spain, mainly in Madrid and Barcelona.

How much does it cost?

The placement fee for internships via Span Internships is 590 EURO (2021). This includes placement, help with motivational letter and help with the internship contract.

Which study programmes?

Spain Internships can help almost all Zealand students across study programmes with internship in Spain.


Stage Euro

Our partner Stage Euro can help you with internship in Barcelona and Madrid.

How much does it cost?

The placement fee for unpaid internship is 750 Euro (2021). The placement fee for paid internship is 850 Euro (2021). This is the case for internship in both Madrid and Barcelona

Which study programmes?

Stage can help most Zealand students across study programmes with internship in Barcelona and Madrid.

For instance:

  • Datamatiker/ Computer Science
  • Digital Konceptudvikling/ Digital Concept Development/
  • Finansøkonom
  • Handelsøkonom/ Commcerce Management
  • International Handel og Markedsføring / International Sales and Marketing Management
  • Logistikøkonom/ Logistics Management
  • Markedsføringsøkonom/ Marketing Management
  • Multimediedesigner / Multimedia Design and Communication
  • Serviceøkonom/ Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Web Development
Thailand

RMC SouthEast Asia

Our partner RMC can help you with internship in Thailand.

How much does it cost?

The registration fee for internship is 290 EURO (2021). The placement fee for a 3-month internship is 890 EURO (2021).

Which study programmes?

Mainly internships in the area of hospitality (Hotel, tourism and resorts). But it can also be relevant for other students at Zealand like:

  • Handelsøkonom / Commerce Management
  • Markedsføringsøkonom / Marketing Management
  • International handel og markedsføring (PBA) / International Sales and Marketing Management
  • Administrationsøkonom

RMC also offer Management Trainee-programmes for new graduates.

United States

Stage USA

Our partner Stage USA can help you with internship in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego and other American cities.

How much does it cost?

The fee for internship less than 6 months is 895 EURO (2021) for unpaid internship and 1250 EURO (2021) for paid internship. This fee includes placement, housing support, help with visa, insurance and more.

Which study programmes?  

  • Administrationsøkonom
  • Datamatiker / Computer Science
  • Digital Konceptudvikling / Digital Concept Development
  • Finansøkonom
  • Handelsøkonom /Commerce Management
  • International handel og markedsføring / International Sales and Marketing Management
  • Logistikøkonom / Logistics Management
  • Markedsføringsøkonom / Marketing Management
  • Multimediedesign / Multimedia Design and Communication
  • Procesteknolog
  • Serviceøkonom / Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Web Development
Vietnam

RMC SouthEast Asia

Our partner RMC can help you with internship in Vietnam.

How much does it cost?

The registration fee for internship is 290 EURO (2021). The placement fee for a 3 month internship is 890 EURO (2021)

Which study programmes?

Mainly internships in the area of hospitality (Hotel, tourism and resorts). But it can also be relevant for other students at Zealand like:

  • Handelsøkonom / Commerce Management
  • Markedsføringsøkonom / Marketing Management
  • International handel og markedsføring (PBA) / International Sales and Marketing Management
  • Administrationsøkonom

RMC also offer Management Trainee-programmes for new graduates.


Study Sea

Our partner Study Sea can help you with internship in Saigon and surrounding area.

How much does it cost?

Through Study Sea, you can buy a Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) internship Package. With this package, Study Sea will help you through the entire process of finding internship in Saigon (including help finding an internship company, help with your application, VISA and more). This package costs 870 Euros (2021) You can read more about the HCMC internship package here.

Which study programmes?

Study Sea can help most Zealand students across study programmes with internship in Saigon or surrounding area.

For instance:

  • Administrationsøkonom
  • Datamatiker/Computer Science
  • Digital Konceptudvikling/ Digital Concept Development
  • Finansøkonom
  • Handelsøkonom/Commerce Management
  • International Handel og Markedsføring / International Sales and Marketing Management
  • Logistikøkonom/Logistics Management
  • Multimediedesigner/ Multimedia Design and Communication
  • Produktionsteknolog
  • Serviceøkonom/Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Web Development

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