PARIS: GLOBAL EXPERIENCES INTERNSHIP
Audrey Hepburn once said “Paris is always a good choice,” and Global Experiences couldn’t agree more. Renowned for its elegance, cuisine, beauty, and sites like the Eiffel Tower and Notre-Dame, PARIS, FRANCE is at the top of the list for world travelers. With so much to do in Paris and with easy access to the rest of Europe, there will always be something new for you to experience during your experience interning France. A unique feature of our Paris Fall program is the language course before the start of your internship. The city of lights is full of wonderful, unique internship opportunities and the official work week is only 35 hours!
Visit our GVSU Approved Internships page to learn more about these types of programs.
Program Dates and Application Deadline
Program Dates: August 29, 2021 - November 29, 2021
Application Deadline: April 1, 2021 (Closed)
OASIS Application Deadlines for GE Programs:
Fall semesters – May 1
Winter semesters – September 1
Spring/Summer semesters – March 1
GVSU Internship Course (1 - 6 credits)
Typically, students register for three credits of their major's internship course (490). The exact course and number of credits is determined by each student's academic department. (e.g., ACC 490 Accounting Internship, MOV 399 Movement Science Independent Study, HTM 290 Hospitality & Tourism Internship, etc.). Learn more about the requirements for an internship in your major including the professor who oversees internships (Internship Coordinator) in your department here.
Students seeking a practicum meeting professional licensing requirements should consult their advisor before applying to determine whether this program fulfills licensing requirements. This program is not designed to fulfill student teaching requirements for teacher certification. For more information on student teaching overseas, please see the Consortium for Overseas Student Teaching: www.gvsu.edu/cost
Fulfills General Education Global Perspectives requirement with 3+ credits.
Fulfills (1) General Education Issues course requirement with with 3+ credits. Reflection required. 399 courses do not fulfill Issues.
For more information on General Education Requirements, click here.
Students will live in shared apartments.
If you are interested in a homestay options, please contact Libby Jawish at the Padnos International Center: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost and Scholarships
All students considering study abroad should have their financial aid reevaluated regardless of whether they are currently receiving federal aid or not. Early application for financial aid is strongly recommended.
Generation Study Abroad
Amount: Up to $1,500
Open to most majors with at least sophomore standing. 2.5 GPA required for undergraduate students. Limited English-speaking internship placement; French language preferred.
Host University Website
A visa is not required for a stay of less than 90 days. Please see the US Department of State's website for more details.
Students are provided detailed information and recommendations from Global Experiences. Using this information, they will make their own way from the airport to their housing where a Global Experiences staff person will help check them into their apartment.
Please review the health and safety information about the Czech Republic found on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's website.
US State Department Information
The US Department of State's website has important information online about the Embassy in Madrid, Health Information, local laws, and general facts. Please review each section carefully.
Resources for Emergency Situations
Please review the emergency information available on the Study Abroad website before going abroad.
Reporting an Incident
Please follow the PIC Emergency Procedures when reporting an incident.
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