Madrid Internship Program
Each student enrolled in the internship program is assigned a position based on his or her interests and the available positions in Madrid during that semester.
Past internships have included work in art galleries, museums, finance organizations, NGOs, national embassies, bakeries, hospitals, speech-therapy clinics, biology labs, elementary and language schools, and journalism.
Students with internships take a class alongside their work as an academic component. The classwork comprises 80% of the final internship grade.
For more information about academic component, visit Internship Program-Academic Component Description.
For more information about internships, visit EUSA Madrid’s website.