We’re almost a month into our pioneering Stockholm summer internship program, and it’s a hit! (We knew that it would be, of course).
As an organization with 13 years of experience, we are thrilled to expand to China. Over the past few years, hundreds of businesses, law firms, and organizations from around the world have flocked to Shanghai to take advantage of the large economic growth and international atmosphere. Shanghai is the largest city in China with over 23 million people and thousands of businesses, non-profits, law firms, and agencies.
James Szuba, originally from Syracuse, New York, is an international economics intern in Sydney, Australia. He did everything he could to get himself over to the land down under and is now about halfway through his 8 week stay in Sydney.
As a student, it would be a pretty safe bet to assume that during your studies you have wasted an hour or two of your time dreaming of travelling the world, of seeing faraway places, meeting new people and experiencing things outside of your traditional comfort zone. You’ve probably even spoken about uprooting and trying your luck over in the UK on a gap year, as this would allow you to see Europe and best of all, have a roof over your head.