Broaden your knowledge of the French business world, perfect language skills, and enhance your résumé with a true multicultural experience in France.
Internship placements are thoughtfully organized for a mutually beneficial experience for both student and establishment.
- Work placement. Most fields of study can be accommodated with assignments in public and private organizations such as companies, agencies, government ministries, cultural.
organizations, political groups, media organizations, not-for-profit organizations, foundations, research institutes and think tanks.
Internships are unpaid, full-time (35-40 hours per week), and take place in a French language work environment. Generally, positions may be more research-oriented, a distinction taken into account in the individual placement strategy worked out with each student. European visa and/or immigration requirements, as well as French labor laws stipulate a legal contract between the student, the "employer/host organization/research lab" and the home university. These three-party agreements (Convention de Stage) premise that you are receiving academic credit or following a plan linking your internship to your course of studies in order to participate in these short-term work programs.