Practical experience gained abroad not only tops off your CV and arouses interest among future employers, but also broadens your horizons. Whether you do an internship or voluntary service, you will get to know the world of work on the spot. This allows you to immerse yourself a lot deeper in the host country’s culture than is possible while studying. You will be able to enhance your language skills and to prove your intercultural competence. Those who dare to leave their comfort zone will be rewarded with many exciting experiences.
The twelve-week research internship for our B.A. Psychology students is completed in one of the four working areas of the School of Psychology. The next application period for the HWS 2023 and the FSS 2024 starts in spring 2023.
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The Carlo-Schmid Program is designed to improve the qualifications and prospects of qualified students and graduates for later employment in the international arena.
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Applications of students who independently obtained an internship commitment at international organizations, institutions of the European Union (EU) or selected non-governmental organizations.
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Graduates of a bachelor’s program are encouraged to apply if they meet the requirements of the respective job or internship advertisement.
The Schuman Traineeship offers students the opportunity to gain an insight into the work of the European Parliament.
The German-French Parliament Internship program is aimed at German and/
Learn, experience, and move in a networked world! The ASA program is designed to support young people in their commitment to recognize global interdependencies and to contribute to sustainable global development.
This program helps students at German universities to find internships at Israeli companies.
Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Foundation – Studienstiftung (German Academic Scholarship Foundation)
Established in 1986, the scholarship program for China is designed to support highly qualified students from all disciplines (with the exception of sinology, music, film, arts and design) during a one-year stay in the People's Republic of China. The aim of the program is to enable interested students as early as possible to acquire a sound knowledge of China and thus to strengthen German-Chinese relations in the long term.
When planning your studies, please note that the program has a one-and-a-half-year lead time.
Every year, 10 scholarships are awarded.
The application deadline is 30 April.
The program aims to offer German graduates the opportunity to participate in a language- and practice-oriented program in Japan. Scholarship holders are given the chance to learn Japanese from scratch and immerse themselves in the country's culture and economy.
The Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO) grants a scholarship to support mandatory internships in France, which are recognized by the German home university as part of the bachelor's program.
With the Anke Reese scholarship, the Asienhaus Foundation wants to give financial support to young people who want to do an internship at a non-governmental organization in Asia.
An internship abroad – both inside and outside the EU – can be funded, if:
This funding option is only available for a mandatory internship of 12 weeks!
The international internship manager will be happy to answer any questions you may have about an internship abroad or your application documents. We also invite employers to send us any open internship positions at their company or institution.