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International internships

The International Internship Program within the Faculty of Business and Information Technology (FBIT) offers students the opportunity to engage in a contracted learning partnership with businesses around the globe.

The International Internship Program not only provides students with an opportunity to apply classroom concepts to the challenges of organizational life and businesses abroad but also helps them gain valuable and relevant work experience to promote networking and lifelong career success.

Students may apply for specific opportunities offered by the faculty or, with approval, may source their own international internship placement. Funding opportunities are available!

Current opportunities

 


Propel youth forward with EQWIP HUBs

Commerce and IT students could earn internship credit for amazing international volunteer opportunities through EQWIP HUBs, a new development project powered by Canada World Youth and Youth Challenge International. The best part? You can apply for funding to help cover costs!

Up for a challenge? Volunteer opportunities with EQWIP HUBs will take you to one of 17 youth innovation spaces across Bolivia, Ghana, Indonesia, Peru, Senegal and Tanzania, to collaborate with determined young people and address the pressing challenge of sustainable youth livelihoods.

Placements vary in length, but are typically between three and 12 months long.  Once you arrive at your placement, you will work side-by-side with EQWIP HUBs staff and partners to offer the specialized training and support needed to help local youth launch a career or business. Positions for FBIT students can include:  

  • Business Advisor
  • Marketing Advisor
  • Marketing and Communications Co-ordinator
  • Organizational Development Advisor
  • Youth Digital Engagement Advisor
  • ...and more!

Visit eqwiphubs.org to learn more. Interested in applying? Contact Lee Bazely, FBIT Program Co-ordinator.