FIE London Internships 2016 73Combine your studies with an international internship in London. Develop your professional and cultural skills in the context of your academic program abroad. Work with a small- or mid-sized company in London in line with your skills and interests. 

The FIE London Study & Internship Program includes:



Mandatory morning and afternoon cuppa tea breaks will soon be your BFFs!

For the first seven weeks of this program, you will combine your choice FIE Key Course (British Life & CulturesBritish Life & BusinessBritish Life & Visual Media, or British Life & Europe) with two or three other selected elective courses. Perfect your elevator pitch as you interview at internship placements; land the three-days-per-week gig and then join your mates to jaunt around Europe on your mid-semester break. Round out the semester and dig deep by starting the reflective International Internship Course (IIC) in the program’s last six weeks.

Phase 1: Weeks 1 - 7 Week 8 Phase 2: Weeks 9 - 15

Required FIE Key Course meets for three hours a week.

Two or three other selected elective courses take place throughout the week.

During this period, students will interview for internships/service internships and sites are confirmed. 

Mid-semester Break 

Classes meet two days per week.

The required FIE Key Course continues for three hours a week. The International Internship Course (IIC) meets during Phase 2 as a space for reflection on the placement experience. Some elective courses continue while others begin. 

Internships are scheduled for three days a week.




Crisps or chips? Biscuits or cookies? Football or soccer?

Answer these (dare we say, heavy) questions — and many more — as you test out expat life during your summer internship in London. Participants enroll in FIE’s Key Course, British Life & Cultures, as well as the International Internship Course (IIC). Internship interviews and sites are confirmed during week one of the program; the program includes 2.5 days in the classroom and 2.5 days of interning weekly.

Throughout the experience, the required British Life & Cultures Key Course meets for six hours a week. During the first week, students interview for internships and sites are confirmed.

The International Internship Course (IIC) consists of the actual placement and weekly seminars that enhance and contextualize your internship experience; the in-class component meets six times for 90 minutes each.

Academic classes meet for two and a half days a week with the placements taking place in the other two and a half days of a week. 


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