Program Details

The College at Brockport work with the largest independent internship provider in Europe, EUSA, to provide internship placements in Dublin, Ireland, Prague, Czech Republic, or Madrid, Spain.
Dublin, Ireland; Prague, Czech Republic; Madrid, Spain
Program Type:
Intern Abroad
Degree Level:
Fall Semester, Spring Semester, Summer
Work Types:
Business, Computer Science, Education, Journalism, Law, Religion, Social Sciences

Program Overview

Program Description:

The College at Brockport works with the largest independent internship provider in Europe, EUSA, which places over 1,800 young people each year in a wide-range of professional practice situations in a variety of industry sectors. Placements are arranged by an experienced team working with each student on an individual basis. The placement team makes a considerable effort to match each student to an appropriate placement and to monitor the students throughout the semester. Students have their choice to intern for a semester or summer term in Dublin, Ireland, Prague, Czech Republic, or Madrid, Spain. Internship opportunities vary depending on the city but generally include the areas of: Arts and Performing Arts, Business and Management, Communications, Computer Science and Information Technology, Criminal Justice, Education, Health Sciences and Health Professions, Humanities, Internship, Language and Cultural Studies, Law, Social Sciences.

All College at Brockport full time internships in Dublin, Ireland are located in Central Dublin or its immediate suburbs, providing the opportunity to experience how the Irish live and work. Every placement location has its own opportunities to try new things and to create a network of international contacts. Historically, brewing is the industry most often associated with the city, but there are countless opportunities for internships in many types of businesses. A large number of global pharmaceutical, information and communications technology companies are located here, as well as the European headquarters for several major international corporations. Banking, finance and commerce are also important in Dublin. There are countless opportunities in Business, Economics, Law, Politics, Communications, Psychology, Social Policy, the Arts, and Hospitality, to name a few.

At the heart of Central Europe, Prague offers students an insight into the region’s business, politics, culture and history. Supporting growing interest in international internships by universities and their students, the Czech Republic provides a wide range of internship opportunities in business, arts, media, and entrepreneurship to name a few. The rich history and culture of the Czech Republic experienced through the lens of an English-speaking, academic internship placement will offer students an extraordinary opportunity to integrate into the Czech life. The Czech Republic is home to several international businesses and organizations, and offers students opportunities to explore outside the traditional European destinations.

Madrid is the city to live in if you are looking to have a dynamic, professional, and cosmopolitan living experience, as well as begin to understand the origins of Latino culture. You’ve seen images of Spain: the running of the bulls in Pamplona that Hemingway described, a bull fight at Las Ventas in Madrid, a terraza with people sipping sangría and enjoying the late afternoon sunlight, or any number of images of its fabulous beaches. In Madrid you’ll become a madrileño taking the Metro to work, and sitting at the cafés in La Latina, and joining everyone when you go de marcha at night and become involved in Madrid’s famous night life. As Madrid attracts people from across Spain, Europe, and the world, there are a lot of adopted madrileños or gatos (cats), as they are called in Madrid, so you’ll be in good company as you explore your new surroundings.

Setting Description:
Housing varies.

Additional Program Information

2.5 GPA Junior or Senior