Internship in London
London, England's capital, offers many opportunities for a professional internship abroad. With more than 8 million inhabitants, London is the most populous European metropolis and has one of the largest and most important financial and commercial centers in the world. We offer many challenging internships in London in fields like marketing, controlling or finance.
- business administration
- internships starting from 4 weeks
- professional internships
- various internship branches
- no special skills required
- also paid internships, starting from 12 weeks
London – internship in an European metropolis
London attracts every year millions of tourists with its famous attractions such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and co. London is not only for tourists a top destination but also for students who would like to complete an internship abroad, London is a great choice! We put together some information on what else is there to explore in London
London – a city out of a dream
With its countless markets, many sights, shopping opportunities, and parks, in London there is something for everyone: A walk from the Tower Bridge to Waterloo, drinking an English beer in one of the pubs or visiting impressive museums. I advise everyone to discover the city by walking, as you can find many places the guides do not mention.
– Stephanie, intern in London
The British museum is one of the greatest museums of human history and culture in the world. It obtains an outstanding collection of pre-historical objects illustrating and documenting the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present. Most notably objects are the Elgin Marbles from the Parthenon and the Portand vase. Entrance to the museum is free.
The National Gallery contains the biggest art collection in Europe. Famous paintings of Botticelli, Da Vinci, Rembrandt, Turner and Van Gogh can be seen there. The entrance to the museum is free.
The London Eye is one of London’s most important tourist sights. The giant Ferris wheel is situated on the banks of the river Thames. With its height of 443 ft it is the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe. 3.5 million visitors enjoy the panoramic view over London from the top every year.
At Madame Tussaud’s you can face some of the most prominent people in the world. From Shakespeare to Britney Spears you will find famous people out of the showbiz, sports, politics and aristocracy.
Tower of London
Let yourself be guided through one of the most famous fortresses in the world by one of the Yeoman Warders. Discover its 900 year old history as a royal palace, fortress, prison and place of execution, mint, arsenal, menagerie and treasury.
The Westminster Abbey is probably one of the most famous churches in England. Since William the Conqueror was crowned in the Westminster Abbey, it functions as the coronation church of the country. There are also numerous tombs and memorials of historical personalities.
Buckingham Palace & Hyde Park
The Buckingham Palace serves as the residence and administrative seat of the reigning monarch of the United Kingdom. Foreign heads of state are welcomed there during their visit to the UK. In front of the palace, the famous change of guard takes place.
Trafalgar Square is a public square in the heart of London, which many people consider the center of London. Since the Middle Ages, the square has been a central meeting place and has become a landmark in London.
The Shard is London's youngest sight and is considered as London's new landmark. With a height of 309.7 meters, the tower is the tallest building in the United Kingdom. From the viewing platform you can get a fabulous view over London.
The impressive Tate Modern is Great Britain’s national museum of modern art. It is the most-visited modern art gallery in the world. It is located in the former bankside power station. The art collection contains among others pieces of Matisse and Picasso.