What to Expect
Architecture and interior design interns work in a busy, professional setting, where they are expected to know their way around CADD software at a minimum. Furthermore, candidates rarely will shadow a partner in the firm; rather they will work under a Senior Manager or Project Manager or a Senior Architect/Interior Designer.
The architecture field is a little more stringent in its requirements than most, it seems, largely because firms are so, so busy and have little time to teach basics. Past internship and students in the field require an intermediate level of Spanish.
Due to similarities in the fields, many of our candidates interested in interior design internships abroad also choose this Sector.