Germany: Augsburg, Berlin, Bonn and 6 other cities
- Civil Engineering
- Environmental Studies
- International Relations
- International Trade
- Labor & Industrial Relations
- Liberal Arts
- Political Science & Politics
- Public Administration & Government
Deadlines: Spring - October 30, Summer - December 1, Fall - March 31
This Program is open to
American and Canadian Participants.
Cost in USD
Salary & Compensation
Monthly salary of EUR 670 for U.S. citizens
Experience RequiredYes. Practical experience does not need to be extensive but is required.
- U.S. or Canadian citizen
- Undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at accredited U.S. or Canadian colleges and universities before, during and after the program may apply.
- 18–30 years of age
- High-intermediate German skills (oral & written). Candidates must be able and willing to communicate in German and possess good command of professional vocabulary in field.
- Minimum of two years of university level studies in a field related to one of the following: international relations, public administration, political science, law, economics, European studies with emphasis on Germany, German or German studies, with a minor in one of the fields listed
- Some relevant work experience (e.g. internship, volunteer work, summer job). It is important that a candidate knows how to adjust to a professional environment and how to use theoretical skills in the workplace.
- Letters of Reference
- Online Application