Prague: EUSA Internship

Prague, Czech Republic - Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is a city with a uniquely preserved historical center that is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List, and economically, 5th best-performing European regions. The city is the site of the European headquarters of many international companies. Students will discover the magic of Prague, a modern and vibrant city full of energy, through a wide range of English-speaking academic internships opportunities in art, business, media, science, and entrepreneurship. Prague is a political, cultural, and economic center of central Europe, offers insight into region’s reach history and business, Numerous world –class museums, galleries, and music halls, a number of famous cultural attractions, festivals and shows hosted in Prague will make the experience unforgettable. 

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2.5 GPA Required
No Language
Internship Option

Program Dates and Application Deadline

8 weeks total, 7 weeks of internship



XX 490: Internship (1 - 6 credits)

Students arrange to pursue coursework related to their internship under the supervision of a Grand Valley faculty member in their chosen field. Credits are variable depending on the coursework undertaken and the policies of the department. Students are graded on a credit /no credit basis. A course designation is determined according to the disciplinary focus of the internship (e.g., ACC 490 Accounting Internship, MOV 399 Movement Science Independent Study, HTM 290 Hospitality & Tourism Internship, etc.)

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:

Fulfills General Education Global Perspectives requirement with 3+ credits.

Fulfills (1) General Education Issues course requirement with 3+ credits. Reflection required. 

For more information on General Education Requirements, click here


Students will live in shared apartments.

Cost and Scholarships

Cost Breakdown

International Internship Scholarship

Spring/Summer/Fall Application Deadline: February 15
Amount: $1,000 - $2,000 (5-10 awards per year)

APPLY NOW  Spring/Summer/Fall

Established in 2020, The International Internship Scholarship is intended to support students who are interning abroad on a full-time basis for at least 8 weeks. Priority is given to students who demonstrate financial need and who do not have significant academic experience studying or interning abroad


All students considering study abroad should have their financial aid reevaluated regardless of whether they are currently receiving federal aid. Early application for financial aid is strongly recommended.


EUSA Live, Intern, Learn Abroad Scholarship
Amount: Up to $2,000

Amount: Up to $5,000

Amount: $1,500-$5,000

Amount: $500

Additional Scholarships


Open to all majors with sophomore standing. 2.5 GPA required. English-speaking internship placement.

Additional Information

Host University Website

Already Applied

Visa Requirements

The Czech Republic does not require that you apply for a visa in advance of your entry. EUSA will provide you with a letter that you will present at customs when entering the country. The border officer will stamp your passport, allowing you to stay in the country for a maximum of 90 days.

Refer to the visa information available able on the US Department of State's website for more information. 

Arrival Information

If you arrive to Prague on the designated arrival day, EUSA staff will organize transportation for you from the airport to your housing. You will be asked to communicate your arrival information to EUSA via their Student Gateway portal. 

CDC Report

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 Prague, Health Information, local laws, and general facts. Please review each section carefully. 


Checklist with pre-departure timeline

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.

Contact Information

"During June-July of last summer I had the opportunity to intern in the beautiful city of Prague, Czech Republic. The internship was presented to me at a study abroad fair my freshman year and was through a company called EUSA. I worked with a large corporate event company that did events in Prague but also in other European countries. Getting to know the Czech people in my office and learning the business culture in Europe was a challenge but was so rewarding. I made friends through my internship as we all lived in a dorm together and would travel with each other every weekend. During my time abroad I went to Budapest, Milan, Paris, Vienna, Munich, Dubrovnik, and more. Going abroad was the best thing I have ever done and was worth every penny. " -Danielle Dvorchak

Danielle Dvorchak - Prague

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