Internship in business administration in New Zealand (individual search)

min. 8 weeks
Working hours
6-8 hours
Minimum age
from 18 years
depending on the internship

Overview internship in business administration in New Zealand

Complete an internship in business administration in New Zealand in preparation for your professional career. Our partner organization has the opportunity to search for an internship for you individually.

How should a company place itself strategically? How do the specific areas work together and which tasks are performed by which department? Administration deals with those questions and you certainly will not get bored, when you are working as an intern in business administration. The ability to plan and organize things is especially important. Business administration can be a challenge because the overview must be kept as – depending on your department - you have to overlook the whole company and its various sections. Decisions have to be made which can effect a company in short-term and long-term. For this purpose the employees have to plan the use of different resources to work efficiently. Creating a budget plan is also one of the administrative tasks. Calculating should therefore not be a nightmare for you because the calculation of the budget and the creation of financial plans is a big part in the business administration sector. To find out whether the measures were successful, an evaluation is performed. Only if you know the effects of your efforts, you can make good decisions in the future which lead to success. The activities in the sector of business administration are that interesting, because they are versatile and as an intern you receive an insight into the different areas of the company. You will get to know logistics, finance and human resources and you will make sure that these departments will work together effectively. The precise activities that occur in the administrative area differ among companies. If you do not back off from working independently and linking different areas, an internship in business administration might be perfect and you should have a closer look at the tasks. 

Service volunteer abroad - what's in and what's not in

Services for your volunteer work abroad include the active support in the preparation of your entire stay abroad. The team of our partner organization in each country supports you, wherever you require it:

What's included:
  • Placement in a volunteer project according to you demands
  • Assisting visa application
  • Information about cheap flights, travel insurances and other important travel documents
  • Airport transportation with direct transfer to your accommodation
  • Accommodation (host family or shared flat or apartment)
  • 3 meals a day (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
  • Organization of a rental car or scooter if demanded
  • Orientation on site through a staff member
  • Tips and information about freetime activities
  • Prepaid SIM card for your phone
  • Contact person during your stay abroad
  • 24-hour emergency number
  • Regular meetings with all volunteers or interns
  • Certificate
What’s not included:
  • Visa 
  • Flights
  • Insurance

Your coordinator in New Zealand

Monique is a creative, enthusiastic person with a positive attitude who enjoys a challenge. She has a strong background in hospitality, and a degree in Event Management. Furthermore, she loves to travel, and spent 5 years in the U.K, Ireland, Canada, Australia and Europe. She met her Italian husband in Ireland and they finally returned to New Zealand and now have two beautiful Kiwi/Italian children! As an agent for SGA, she always does her best to find internships for the students that they are going to really enjoy. Having spent time overseas, she knows how important it is to feel happy in a foreign country and so she always tries to support them, however she can while they are there.

Learn more about Monique !