• Tanzania
    • Arusha
2 to 24 weeks

Program Details

Year Round
Host Family
Age Min.
  • At least one year of relevant college/university study


Starting Price
Price Details
Program Fees from US$1,539 for 2 weeks - includes the arrangement of your placement, airport pick-up, orientation, accommodation, meals, and 24/7 in-country support
What's Included
Accommodation Meals
What's Not Included
Airfare Travel Insurance Visa
May 27, 2024
Aug 09, 2023
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About Program

Award-winning and accredited intern programs in Tanzania with Intern Abroad HQ. Start when you want and choose a duration from 2-24 weeks.

Through Intern Abroad HQ, you'll gain access to the most affordable internship opportunities, and save $000s on tuition fees by gaining additional course credits.
Get a guaranteed internship in a range of fields, including Animal Care, Arts and Culture, Early Childhood Education, Ecological Agriculture, and more. We organize everything for you, including your customized internship placement, accommodation, airport pick-up, orientation, 24/7 in-country support, an international reference from your host organization, and more.
Intern Abroad HQ specializes in securing internships abroad for students and recent graduates who are seeking an immersive, personalized experience to enhance their employability. Intern alongside English-speaking professionals, or practice your local language skills!

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Program Highlights

  • We guarantee to secure a placement for you, personalized to your career ambitions
  • All-inclusive affordable internship abroad programs from just $1,539 for 2 weeks, including accommodation and more.
  • Affordable way to earn college credit - 5 credits for only US$500!
  • International reference letter to make your resume stand out.
  • Flexible durations from 2-24 weeks, with start dates every Monday

Program Reviews

5.00 Rating
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  • Growth 4.7
  • Support 5
  • Fun 5
  • Housing 5
  • Safety 5
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Yes, I recommend this program

Live ya lifeeeee

Zanzibar is the most amazing island- the culture is so fun, with everyone dancing on the streets, doing flips on the beach, and singing afrobeat at the nightclubs. Intern Abroad was fun in particular because I was paired with the most amazing host family who made the best food, and I was put in the hospital to learn the culture and grow my pharmaceutical knowledge. From about 8-12 I would attend my volunteering position, I'd eat lunch at 1, and then from 2-7 I had free time to roam about Stone Town. I would for sure recommend- do this while you can and while you're young!

  • Local cuisine
  • Watching and learning afrodance
  • Understanding the Tanzanian healthcare system
  • Was paired with a boy just us two in my apartment
  • There were local pharmacy students who I had to share my mentor with
  • Make sure you don't go during rainy season
37 people found this review helpful.
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Yes, I recommend this program

Your experience is what you make of it

I absolutely loved my time abroad in Tanzania this summer. Compared to my many past experiences volunteering abroad, this has been the best journey I have had. I taught at a primary school called Assumption School that was rich with socio-economic diversity among the student body and staff. The children were absolutely adorable and completely fluent in English! I was so lucky to have had the opportunity to have had taught them and I wouldn’t change it for the world! I felt so well informed and well prepared for my work, and was lucky enough to be with other interns who brought so much positivity to the accommodation to the point where I was excited to not only go to work to see my kids, but also to come home and spend time with my new found family.

What would you improve about this program?
There is not a thing I would change! I really enjoyed my trip.
93 people found this review helpful.
Response from Intern Abroad HQ

Hi Natalie,
Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback with us! It's awesome to hear that the teaching staff were so welcoming to you and assisted with so many aspects of your internship stay. I'm sure that your positive energy will also be missed by the team and your home-away-from-home.
All the best with your future plans!
Asante! From Dallas and the Intern Abroad HQ team :-)

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Yes, I recommend this program

Women's Shelter in Tanzania

Going abroad for an internship was one of the best things I could of done for my self growth. It opened me up to an environment that is completely new and full of opportunity. My supervisors were all helpful with answering questions and being a friendly face to see everyday. She checked in on me quite frequently to see how I was doing in my placement and overall. There is a lot of public transportation that will help you get anywhere you want. Everyone in the city who I interacted it were very friendly. I lived not too far from my work and the center of the city. The interns all got very close as well, which made Arusha feel like home. The experience was something I will treasure for a lifetime, and hopefully will get to do again sometime in the future. I would highly recommend this experience to anyone interested.

What would you improve about this program?
What I would improve is more structure at the shelter. When I got there I have never been in an environment where there was no structure, so I felt very lost in the beginning.
94 people found this review helpful.
Response from Intern Abroad HQ

Hi Cora, it's awesome to read these comments about your experiences and hear that the internship was a great investment in your personal growth! We wish you all the best with your next adventures. Asante! From Dallas and the Intern Abroad HQ team :-)

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