1. International Internships
    1. Eligibility
    2. Application
    3. Funding
    4. Student Experience
    5. Questions?
    6. Contact

International Internships

An international internship is an opportunity to work internationally for academic credit. Internships are an excellent way to gain real-world work experience, develop contacts in your field and build your resume to market yourself for future career opportunities.

Internship details are as follows:

  • Virtual internships are available in the fall, winter, and summer terms (please note, Fall 2022 is now closed)
  • In-person internships are available in the summer term
  • Internships start at six weeks in length and can be customized to fit your course schedule
  • Positions are unpaid
  • Students are required to enroll in the academic course as part of their internship (Course: GINS 3930 is half a credit and GINS 3931 is a full credit)
  • Deadline to apply for Winter or Summer 2023 is November 25, 2022

Eligibility

In order to be eligible for the virtual program, students must:

  • have a minimum 6.5 CGPA
  • be in undergrad and have 2nd year standing by the time they start their internship
  • be registered in an Undergraduate degree program at Carleton

In order to be eligible for the in-person program, students must:

  • have a minimum 7.0 CGPA
  • be in undergrad and have 3rd year standing by the time they start their internship
  • be registered in an Undergraduate degree program at Carleton

Application

If you are interested in participating in an internship, apply for the Winter 2023 and Summer 2023 term now! Applying is the first step to taking part in an internship. Once you apply, you will be invited to a group call with the Internship team where you will get the logistical, academic, and financial details about internships to see if this program is a good fit for you.

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Funding

Students enrolled in this program are eligible for the International Internship Bursary, which provides up to $2,500 in funding for these experiences.

In addition to this, Carleton has recently been awarded additional funding available through the Global Skills Opportunities Program. The Global Skills Opportunity program is funded by Employment and Social Development Canada, and jointly administered by Universities Canada and Colleges and Institutes Canada. This program is designed to encourage and enable low-income students, students with disabilities and Indigenous students to participate in meaningful study and work abroad programming. Eligible students include students who identify as having a disability, an Indigenous Persons, and/or are receiving government financial assistance. Awarding of bursaries is subject to the availability of funds and bursary amounts will vary according to need. Further information and details will be provided once applications are received.

Student Experience

Wondering what the International Internship Program is like? Hear from other students about their experiences.

Questions?

Have any questions? Click here to go to our FAQ page or email us at international.internships@carleton.ca

Contact

Please contact international.internships@carleton.ca to find out more!