• South Korea
    • Seoul
Advertising Business Communications Design Finance International Business International Relations Marketing Media Relations Music Startups +1

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Starting Price
Price Details
$4,814 (4 weeks)
$6,955 (8 weeks)
$9,584 (12 weeks)
What's Included
Accommodation Activities Wifi
What's Included (Extra)

Local Travel Card and onsite support

What's Not Included
Airfare Domestic Airfare Airport Transfers Meals SIM cards Visa
Jun 17, 2024
Apr 20, 2024
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About Program

Our award-winning program gives students the opportunity to spend the summer developing their professional skills on a full-time internship in Seoul. Live and work in this global city, home of K-pop whilst building unique experience that will help you stand out in an increasingly competitive job market.

Choose from over 20 industry fields including Marketing/PR, Entrepreneurship, Business, Fashion, Non-Profit and Finance. We organize company visits and career workshops to help you gain valuable industry insights. Explore South Korea with cultural activities, day trips and weekend excursions.

This program includes high-quality housing in central Seoul, cultural activities, visa assistance, group dinners, trips and 24/7 on-site support.

Absolute Internship has been featured in the New York Times, BBC News, Bloomberg, and Forbes Magazine. We have placed 10,000+ interns at over 1,000 companies worldwide.

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An Amazingly Insightful Adventure

Visiting Seoul in June with Absolute Internship was my first experience on a university programme abroad. I was apprehensive at first as it was my first time going so far away by myself, but I must say it was well worth it. I made so many friends from all around the world, got to experience traditional work culture within a Korean company, and go on amazing trips outside of Seoul as well. As a Korean/French language student, it was good to see what prospects could await me once I have finished my degree. The workshops also helped me gain some valuable experience in improving my working portfolio on sites such as LinkedIn, so I feel ready to take on an international career should I choose to in the future. 10/10 would recommend!

What was the most nerve-racking moment and how did you overcome it?
I would say the first nerve-wracking moment would be actually going to work for the first time. I am very much a planning person, but not necessarily knowing what to expect threw me off a little. Those fears were completely overturned by an amazing host company; I was paired amazingly well and we were all able to bounce off each other and become very good friends!
  • Meeting amazing people from different walks of life
  • Experiencing both the traditional and modern side of South Korea
  • Beating the Mario Kart master once on our lunch break!
  • It was very far from home; those who get homesick easily need to brace themselves
  • Its not for shy people - you need to put yourself out there and help people make friends with you by being equally friendly
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