Berkeley Global Internships: Paris, France
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Berkeley Global Internships: Paris, France

Paris, the cosmopolitan capital of France and its center of business and culture, is one of the most well recognized and influential cities in the world. As a leading global power across industries with several business districts, Paris offers opportunities in commerce, politics, education, entertainment, and the arts. Improve your French and immerse yourself in the life and culture of Paris as you gain unique working experience interning in this thriving and vibrant metropolis.

On this program, you will:

** Undertake a professional internship in the field of your choice
** Earn academic credit for your internship via a ten-week online course
** Learn about French culture and history through an on-site course taught by a UC Berkeley instructor
** Live with other program participants in student housing in central Paris

Locations
Europe » France » Paris
Europe » France
Compensation
N/A
Industry
Arts
Performing Arts
Business
Communications
Economics
International Business
Marketing
Computer Science
Conservation and Preservation
Design
Sustainable Development
Education
Criminal Justice
Media Relations
Film
Medicine
Political Science
International Relations
Agriculture
Anthropology
Archaeology
Biology
Ecology
Sports Science
Tourism
Length
1-3 Months
Accommodation
Hostel
Language
French
Steps
Online Application
Statement of Purpose
Official Transcripts
Resume
Language Requirement
GPA Requirement
Weekly Hours
0
Starting Price
$5,000.00
Currency
USD
Price Details
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