Intern Abroad- Deadlines Approaching!

Missed the Summer 1 intern deadline? Good news- there’s still time to apply for Summer 2! You can learn more about the 8-Week Fixed Date Summer Intern Abroad Programs here: (https://www.apistudyabroad.com/intern/)

The deadlines for the Summer 2 programs are as follows:

Auckland, New Zealand – SUMMER 2 DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2018
Barcelona, Spain – SUMMER 2 DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2018
Brisbane / Gold Coast, Australia – SUMMER 2 DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2018
Bristol, England – SUMMER 2 DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2018
Buenos Aires, Argentina – SUMMER 2 DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2018
Dublin, Ireland – SUMMER 2 DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2018
Edinburgh, Scotland – SUMMER 2 DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2018
London, England – SUMMER 2 DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2018
Melbourne, Australia – SUMMER 2 DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2018
Santiago, Chile – SUMMER 2 DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2018
Seville, Spain – SUMMER 2 DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2018
Shanghai, China – SUMMER 2 DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2018
Sydney, Australia – SUMMER 2 DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2018
Wellington, New Zealand – SUMMER 2 DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2018

For students requiring more customization with program lengths and dates, our Flex Date Internship Program is a great option that is offered throughout the year with start dates offered twice per month. Application deadlines for the Flex Date Internship Program are 4 months in advance of the intended start date.

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