Spain Internship Program
One of Florida State University’s most popular programs is the Internship Valencia Program. This city combines a Latin and European setting with an extensive history and upscale modernity. The state-of-the-art facilities at our Florida State Study Center have attracted students from all academic fields. Valencia is a major Mediterranean port with opportunities in shipping and sea trade. It is also an excellent city to be immersed in a Spanish-speaking culture and community. There are a variety of internship placements in Valencia and this is a wonderful opportunity to explore a career options while gaining real world experience.
HighlightsThis is a recent pick from our internship placements, but there are plenty more available. Internship placements are not guaranteed.
•Institut Valencià d’Art Modern
•Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia
•Valencia Catholic University: Fine Arts Department Chair Office
Anthropology & History
•Archaeological Center L’Almoina
•Culture Department of the Valencia City Hall
•Oceanografico at the City of Arts and Sciences
Business, Finance, Government and Law
•ESIC (private business: marketing school interns are assigned to work in the marketing department)
•Ford Motor Company
•Global Manufacturers Services (high technology electronics and printed circuit boards)
•Peer Transfer (International Money Transfer & Payments)
•Shipping import-export companies (various placements)
•Valencia City Hall
Education and English
• High Schools
•Ford Motor Company
•Global Manufacturers Services Valencia S.A.
•Polytechnic University of Valencia
Health, Nursing, and Physical Therapy
•Polimedia Record Studios at the Polytechnic University of Valencia
QualificationsApplicants must be full-time, degree-seeking students with at least a 3.0 GPA (3.5 for British Parliament and DLA Piper Rudnick Carey and the U.S. Embassy).
Non-Florida State students must obtain approval from their home university.
Interns in Valencia must have a strong background in both Spanish comprehension and conversation. Any placement that requires proficiency in a certain language will necessitate an interview with a native-speaker, arranged through International Programs.
- Art/Fine Arts
- Business Admin, Management
- Hospital & Health Care
What`s IncludedThe program fees include:
•All registration fees
•All instructional costs for a minimum of 6 and up to 12 undergraduate credits and up to 9 graduate level credits
•Four meal vouchers per week while school is in session (each worth approximately 7 Euros)
•Breakfast on class days (Fall and Spring)
•Program planned excursions
•Program planned group activities
•Full-time academic support
•Full-time administrative support
•Scheduled group pickup at airport
•International Student ID Card
•IP T-shirt and travel water bottle
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Provider:Florida State University International Programs
- Spain: Valencia
Term:Throughout the year
Cost:Please inquire or see website