Application process now open for London, Hong Kong & Los Angeles.
The Summer Internship Program is a launch pad into the most prestigious, rewarding and intellectually stimulating careers.
The program operates in the world’s leading cities – London, Hong Kong & Los Angeles – and provides an immersive and formative experience that is focused on enabling participants to convert their skills, ambition and academic accomplishment to real-world success.
- Guaranteed Internship Placement
- Social Events & Excursions
- Daily Transportation
- Meal Plan
- Career Seminars, Guest Speaker & Networking Events
- Welcome Reception, Orientation & Closing Reception
- Intensive Language or Professional Training Course*
- CV Revision & Interview Coaching
- 24/7 On-site Staff Support
- Academic Credit
- Post-program career services through City Careers
The Summer Internship Program is structured around an eight week internship placement, with an employer in your chosen field, which is complemented by a series of inclusive career seminars and workshops, guest speaker and networking events, social events and weekend excursions.
Spend your summer effectively – gain experiences that inform, elevate and inspire.
Internship placements are available in all industries:
Banking & Financial Services, IT & Technology, Legal & Professional Services, Art & Design, Marketing, Advertising & PR, Property & Construction, Media, Publishing & Entertainment & Science & Engineering.
The 2013 Summer Program dates are 29th June to 24th August.
Closing date for applications is Thursday 31st January 2013.
To learn more about the City Internships 2013 Summer Internship Program and to apply, please visit our website at www.city-internships.com.
The Summer Internship Program is open to undergraduates and recent graduates from all over the world.
In addition to being bright, ambitious and passionate about exploring a desired career path, applicants must be fluent in both written and spoken English to be eligible to participate in the program.
Applicants must also be expecting or – in the case of recent graduates – have recently obtained an Upper second-class or 3.0 GPA (or equivalent) final grade in their degree studies at university or college.
Applicants to non-domestic programs must also possess a valid passport to travel to their chosen destination.