See Internships: German 446 for how to apply and receive credit for the Internships in German course.
Below is a list of internship opportunities in German-speaking countries. Students are encouraged to research the various options thoroughly and to speak with an academic advisor to find out how to earn UW credit while working abroad. Students should also visit the UW's Office of International Programs and Exchanges for additional information.
- CBYX for Young Professionals (Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange)
- Internship Program in Germany
- Summer Internship Program in Germany
- Independent Work Abroad in Germany
- Schott Summer Internship Program in Germany
EUSA European Internship Program: Geneva
Students can earn up to 12 UW credits per term through internships with IE3 Global. Individualized placements are possible in Germany, especially for students interested in business and STEM fields. Internships are available each quarter and students can intern for up to one year.