Internships

The internship option in London is a combination of practical, hands-on experience and academic course work. Interns carry a reduced academic load during our longer term-time programmes while also spending approximately twenty hours per week in an internship placement.

We use a third party company called Academic Internship Council to source internships and place suitable students. And Kalyn, in her role as Internship Seminar tutor, works closely with AIC and the interns themselves to ensure they get the most out of their experience (interview techniques, improving resumes, discussing office culture).

Students must arrange to receive academic credit for their internship with a faculty member on their home campus well in advance of the programme. Be aware that different home institutions have different requirements in terms of placement hours. If in doubt, drop us a line and we can help make sense of it!

GEO in London is a Registered Tier 4 Sponsor, and will provide committed students with Certificate of Acceptance for Study (CAS) in order for them to apply for a Tier 4 Visa, which legally allows them to embark on an internship. (Standard students who are not undertaking an internship do not need a pre-arranged Visa.)

Internship placement

Tabitha at her internship placement

Past placements include:

  • Bloomsbury Publishing for English majors
  • CBS and NBC for broadcast & journalism majors
  • NFL London for public relations and marketing majors
  • Royal Free Hospital for biology and medical majors
  • Zandra Rhodes for fashion design majors
  • Various PR companies for public relations majors
  • The House of Commons for political science majors

We offer internships during the following programmes:

 

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