Intern in New Zealand
New Zealand: Auckland, Queenstown, Wellington
- Culinary Arts & Cooking
- Food Science & Nutrition
- Marketing, Advertising, & PR
Cost in USD
Please inquire for details
The first two days of temporary accommodations are arranged by USEH/Host Company. The candidates will decide on their own permanent accommodation unit. Shared accommodation is recommended.
- Health Insurance:
Health insurance is included in the program fee.
- Visa Procedure:
Visa application documents are provided by USEH. The applicant must apply for visa individually as described by USEH consultants.
USEH plans the travel dates and will assist the candidate in purchasing economic tickets.
Salary & Compensation
The candidates should:
- be enrolled to undergraduate program in the field they are interested to have an internship
- have advanced level of English
- be between 18-29
Steps to be followed for application:
Upon deciding to apply for the internship program, the applicant should present their resume to USEH. If the applicant is found to be fitting to our programs, they are invited for an interview with USEH consultants.
Applicants who pass the interview and evaluation, are then invited to make an official application. To complete the official application the applicants must submit the required documents including the application fee, which is non-refundable. Within two days after receiving and signing the internship placement agreement from the host company (internship conditions such as work hours, stipend, internship plan, housing, etc.) the payment of the USEH program fee needs to be received. In addition to the internship agreement (between the intern and the host company) the intern will be asked to sign another agreement with USEH. This agreement will outline the responsibilities and duties of both parties; the intern & USEH. USEH will not take further responsibility for interns that violate the agreement conditions throughout the internship duration. Once the official application is signed, the process will take a minimum of three months to process.
- Physical Exam/Health Records
- Written Application
- In-Person Interview when Feasible
- Letters of Reference
- Phone/Video Interview