COVID-19 Program Updates
Due to global health & safety concerns and travel restrictions related to the coronavirus, Arcadia Abroad has decided to offer flexible booking options for some of their upcoming programs. Learn more about COVID-19 updates to stay tuned regarding program information.
Spend your summer getting real world work experience in one of the most vibrant and multicultural world capitals- London. You'll intern three full days per week for six weeks, with coursework designed to complement your work experience and to reinforce your professional and academic interests. There are placements available in wide range of industries, including business, arts, government, communications, and psychology.
Travel to fascinating places of interest that enhance your cultural immersion and give a meaningful context to your academic courses. Excursions may include: Hampton Court Day Excursion, Harry Potter Studio Tour, and Keats House.
Arcadia University opens the doors to new experiences, different academic learning, people, cultures and perspectives so you can build your own lifelong learning and memories. With Arcadia, you can: Enjoy academic success, explore a new world, get to know yourself, rely on us for support, and boost your resume.
- Placement options include: Advertising; arts; business operations; film & television; accounting and entrepreneurship; hospitality; journalism; law; politics (including parliament); marketing; non-governmental organizations; psychology and more!
- You will also complete a Digital Resume Portfolio, which will give you exposure to the online world of job searching through creation of an online resume, social media profile and cover letter for a job application.
- If you’re interested in British or international politics and public policy, the Parliamentary Internship may be a good option.
- As a Parliamentary Intern, you will contribute to the everyday operations of important figures in British politics and develop an insider’s understanding of how the British legislature make policy ideas into law