Combine study abroad with an internship.

​International Internship Programs

During your junior or senior year in the BSBA program, you can participate in one of the business school’s International Internship Programs in Germany, Israel, London, Paris, or Sydney.

Programs in all five locations have the following requirements:

  • 15 total credit hours
  • Study tour or colloquium series for academic credit
  • Challenging full-time, semester-long internship
  • Completion of three-credit hour, thesis-type research paper
  • Presentation of paper to faculty, fellow students, and representatives from your internship organization

Program Partner School Terms Available Program Description
London, England (web brochure) Courses taught by Olin-selected faculty
from schools such as LSE and Oxford University
Fall and Spring Semesters
  • 5 weeks of courses
  • 1-week European Study Tour
  • 10-week internship
  • Taught in English
Paris, France
(web brochure)
IFE Fall and Spring Semesters
  • 4 weeks of intensive language courses
  • 1-week European Study Tour
  • 15-week internship
  • Taught in French
Herzliya, Israel
(web brochure)
Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya Fall and Spring Semesters
  • 15-week internship
  • Course work at IDC
  • Colloquium series at Zell Center for Entrepreneurship
  • Taught in English
Koblenz, Germany
(web brochure)
WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management Fall and Spring Semesters
  • 4 weeks of intensive language courses
  • 1-week European Study Tour
  • 15-week internship
  • Taught in German (Internships may be English or German)
Sydney Internship
(web brochure)
Academic Internship Institute of Australia Spring Semester
  • 4 weeks of courses
  • 1-week Study Tour in Melbourne
  • 12-week internship
  • Taught in English

European Study Tour

The European Study Tour is a linchpin of the European internship/study abroad programs and serves as a comprehensive introduction to the European Union and European markets.

Teams of two students are assigned an important business topic and an EU capital. You and your partner travel to the country, conduct interviews with government officials and business experts, and complete as much on-the-ground research as possible. Topic examples have included EU enlargement and the Euro financial crisis.

During part two of the study tour, you and your fellow participants gather in Brussels to attend lectures and meetings with European Parliament members and to debate your findings with fellow study abroad students at a mock parliament.