Get out of the classroom and into the community! Internships help students immerse in Czech culture, make life-long connections, and gain invaluable hands-on professional experience.
NYU Prague offers two distinct internship programs: the Academic (for-credit) Internship Program and a non-credit program. Review this comparison chart for more information about the two programs.
Students in the NYU Prague Academic Internship Program learn about Czech culture and professional life through internship placements in a wide range of industries. This for-credit program includes two components:
- Guaranteed (minimum 16hr/week) internship placement
- Participation in the Internship Seminar and Fieldwork course
In order to enroll in this program, students must participate in a competitive application process. Successful applicants are typically adaptable, flexible, goal-oriented, and open-minded.
While there is no cost to participate in the Academic Internship Program, students that participate are subject to a financial penalty should they withdraw from the program.
All questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply to the NYU Prague Academic Internship Program, you must first submit a study away application. Visit the NYU Study Abroad "Apply" page for more information. You will be prompted to upload a personal statement, resume, and other documents as part of your online internship application.
NYU has partnered with EUSA, a non-profit organization, to identify custom placements for students in the academic internship program. Unlike a traditional internship search, where students as job seekers are applying directly to organizations and weighing opportunities, EUSA conducts this entire process on participants' behalf. EUSA weighs opportunities based on students' academic and professional goals, resulting in one placement.
Please watch this short video to better understand the placement process:
Internship opportunities vary semester by semester; therefore, no specific placement list is available. Placement opportunities reflect trends in the context of the Czech job market. Some sample placement industries include: Business, Education, Film, Journalism, Law, Music, Politics, Theater, and more. If you do not see your industry of interest or have questions, email email@example.com.
Experiential Learning Seminar - NODEP-UA 9XXX or INDIV-UG 9XXX - 4 Credits
Enrollment by permission only. Application required.
The seminar portion of the course explores many different aspects of your internship site. The goal is to finish the semester with an in-depth understanding of the company or organization, including its approach, its policies, and the context in which it operates. We will also discuss more generally the state of the contemporary workplace and ourselves as workers. Finally, you will use the seminar to reflect critically and analytically on the internship experience and as a way to refine your own personal and professional goals.
Detailed Application Instructions
To apply, students must complete the following steps:
- Have your resume reviewed by a career coach at the Wasserman Center using this Resume Review Form. Please note: Completion of this form is a required part of the application process. Review the form carefully for further instructions.
- Visit the NYU Study Away Apply page for instructions on submitting an NYU Study Away Application. Following submission of your study away application, you will be prompted to complete an Internship application. The internship application requires you to answer a series of questions designed to help you think systematically about what you would like to learn and accomplish from an internship experience in Prague, and to indicate what type of internship placements you would be most interested in. You will also be required to upload a personal statement and a resume in .pdf or .doc format.
Students must dedicate two full weekdays to intern. If you plan to participate in the internship program, please keep this in mind as you begin scheduling your courses.
Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wasserman Center Global Internship Grant - Spring 2021
Apply for a $1,000 grant!
DEADLINE: Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at 11:59PM EST, Job ID 4253879
Pursuing an unpaid internship at a not-for-profit organization or within an industry that does not traditionally pay interns (arts, entertainment, media, nonprofit, education, etc.) this spring? Apply now for the Internship Grant! Check out our website for more information.
Over 25% of our students participate in our rich array of non-credit internships that give students a chance to work in the community and enhance their professional skills. Our students volunteer at local elementary schools, read scripts for an Emmy-award winning casting director, organize international conferences, set up weekend events for local refugees - and much more! The time commitment ranges from 3 - 20 hours per week. All non-credit internships are unpaid.