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In this Global Entrepreneurship programme facilitated via zoom, participants learn about global entrepreneurship by comparing five different start-up ecosystems, developing their own start-up challenge projects and engaging in different virtual reality experiences that enhance their team-building skills, cultural awareness, and digital career readiness. The virtual locations include Germany, Italy, the USA, Hong Kong, and Singapore.
The programme is open to university students and young professionals from around the world. The cost is US $850 (including a set of Google Cardboard VR glasses) and takes place 22 November - 5 December 2020. Use the code PAFVIR20 to register by 9 October 2020.
Why wait for the world to change? You can start making a difference now from wherever you are with ISEP’s Virtual Service-learning Program in Barcelona. You will gain cultural competence, remote work skills, and an understanding of social issues that will prepare you for a career of leading change.
You will volunteer remotely with one of ten leading social justice non-profits in the Barcelona area including Oxfam and Islamic Relief. The organizations were carefully selected and address a wide range of social issues: climate change, food security, education, mental illness and cultural understanding.
The internship involves 3 hours per week for ten weeks from October to December 2020. The cost is US $950 and the application deadline is 15 September.
Massey University’s membership in the ISEP consortium gives you access to semester and Northern Hemisphere summer virtual internships in a number of countries through their partners, The Intern Group and Global Experiences. Internship placements are in English, except for Paris where French fluency is required.
Your internship can take place during your time at Massey or after you graduate. There are options for earning credit that may transfer back to your Massey degree.
Students wanting to gain global work experience can complete an internship from home, working 20-30 hours per week for one to three months. Students are guaranteed an online internship placement in one of their career fields and students can focus on one country or multiple countries for placement options.
Virtual Journeys offers the opportunity to engage with dynamic industry professionals from around the world. Participants will participate in live webinars, gain crucial insights into the global design industry, be inspired by real-life success stories, and see first-hand how designs are created, materials are made, and products are manufactured.
Each Journey will focus on a particular topic (with the content and duration of these journeys customisable to compliment your curriculum.)
Journey's will be split into weekly sessions, each hosted by an industry professional presenting their view on the topic. Sessions will last an hour and will be split roughly by 40 minutes of “presenting” (in an informal and intimate style) and 20 minutes of Q&A.
New Zealand Citizens or permanent residents can apply for internships in China. The programme fees, flights, accommodation, and living allowances can be covered by a successful funding application via the Prime Minister’s Scholarships for Asia and Latin America. A business consultancy internship at the New Zealand Consulate in Chengdu, China is also available through Pagoda Projects.
This company provides quality work-based internships in Asia to students and professionals from New Zealand. Concentrating on Technology/Digital, Tourism & Hospitality, Business and Creative/Design placements, Globalink Internships has opportunities in China, Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia and Malaysia, along with a growing number of exciting and reputable host companies. Complete the Global Citizen - Globalink Internship form if you are interested in participating in an internship.
This placement company offers internships and language programmes around the world. They have a range of internships, particularly in the business sectors, and most of them are available to English speakers. Staff members based in New Zealand and Spain are available to support you throughout your experience. Students Go Abroad can give you access to other opportunities, such as those offered by Si-Internships
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Last updated on Friday 31 July 2020