Internship in Germany

You will strongly benefit from an internship in Germany and boost your international business career. Choose from high quality internships in various branches. Work in a professional environment and best practice business culture. All internships will be bilingual, allowing you to communicate in English and learn German. Experience a young German culture outside your office doors.

Internship programs in Germany

An internship in Germany is now as popular as ever! Berlin is a startup hub with masses of opportunities for driven people. Stroll through the City, enjoy the multicultural energy and explore something new around every corner while collecting important work experience.

 

Internship programs in Germany

We love Berlin, and so will you.

Germany offers a variety of things to do and see. Flat coastal line in the north with North and Baltic sea, mountains in the south. Explore the famous Black Forest and the Allgäu, go hiking in the Harz, the Alps and the Ore Mountains and enjoy the awesome winter sport areas to go snowboarding or skiing. Germany´s great transport system makes it easy, quick and cheap to explore it from one end to another. There is also a great car sharing community, making it even cheaper and more social to find your way around. Or even make day trips to other European Cities, explore PARIS, take a stroll in BARCELONA or relish a real italian Pizza in ROME, all easy and inexpensive accessible from Germany.

You may ask why Berlin?

Berlin is not only a great city businesswise. Also, the city has been the setting for important milestones of German history. In some places history seems to come alive. For those who are not interested in history at all, Berlin can be a paradise for shopping or if you are an arts fanatic, there are countless museums and galleries; it can be green if you love nature.

 

Basically, Berlin offers it all! No matter what you expect it to be, the city will nail it. 

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Any questions please contact Katharina Bauer via email katharina.bauer@studentsgoabroad.com

Get ready for your internship in Germany!

When preparing your stay in Germany, it's important to gather all required documentation and other travel necessities well in advance. In order for your stay to run smoothly check Medication, appropriate clothing, money/credit cards and electrical adapters.

 

Documents

Visitors travelling to Germany are required to hold a passport that is valid for at least six months from your arrival date. While Americans visiting Germany for under 90 days for tourism or business purposes are not required to hold a visa, all other visitors must obtain a visa before entering the country. Check the German Embassy's website for current visa and entry conditions and additional information about visa requirements and application assistance.       

Medications

Remember to take just enough medication to last the length of the trip, as the country has strict medication importation laws. Visit your doctor in advance of your trip to ensure that you have a prescription that will last for the duration of your travels. In warmer seasons, the prevalence of tick-borne encephalitis and Lyme disease increases in the high-risk areas of Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Hessen, Rhineland-Palatinate and Thuringia. If you are visiting those areas or spending the majority of your visit outdoors, request a vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis in advance of your trip.   

Clothing

Germany has a moderate climate, with four distinct seasons. Temperatures during the winter months average between 21 and 35 F, while summer typically sees temperatures in the mid to upper 60s F. So make sure to take warm winter gear or comfortable summer clothing. Pack a light rain jacket for any visit, as rain is a common occurrence year round.

Other Items

ATM machines are readily available throughout Germany, allowing most travelers to withdraw euros directly from your home bank account. Electrical items, such as cell phone chargers or laptop computers brought from the your home country, require an electrical adapter and transformer to work in Germany, as the electric current is 230 volts and 50 hertz. GSM cell phones can be used in Germany, though you will likely need an international plan or service through a German cell phone company.

BERLIN: Germany´s pounding heart

Career & Culture, Active & Green

Germany offers a variety of things to do and see.  Flat coastal line in the north with North and Baltic sea, mountains in the south. Explore the famous Black Forest and the Allgäu, go hiking in the Harz, the Alps and the Ore Mountains and enjoy the awesome winter sport areas to go snowboarding or skiing.

Germany´s great transport system makes it easy, quick and cheap to explore it from one end to another. or even make day trips to other European Cities, like Paris, Barcelona or check out Rome, all easy and cheap accessible from Germany. There is also a great car sharing community, making it even cheaper and more social to find your way around.

Berlin is an international melting pot, with everything you could imagine, from food to art, party to markets. Everyday there is something happening, making it super easy to meet all sorts of people. The typical "Berliner" is lovely, straight forward, open minded and chatty.

Berlin is home of numerous locally as well as internationally successful businesses. Being such a large and multifaceted city you will have plenty of opportunity to gain exactly the work experience, you are looking for, adding this great City to your bucket list as well as CV will make you stand out to future employers.