Architecture & Design Internship
Architecture & Design Internships
Architecture & Design Internships

Interested in architecture or interior design? Want to travel abroad?
We've got an internship for you!

Adelante’s architecture internship abroad or interior design internship will allow you to travel and gain valuable career experience. Internships are offered in Europe (Spain) and Latin America (Uruguay and Chile) throughout the year.

Candidate can work on commercial projects (such as Clubhouses, Hotels and also residential clients) or with corporate clients, where a company hires the architecture firm to design their office and meetings spaces.

Other firms specialize in renovation of existing buildings – many projects include hotels trying to keep historical standing or a certain number of star ratings, still others are building facades that the city does not want to be altered, but updated.

What to Expect

Architecture and interior design interns work in busy, professional settings. They are expected to know their way around CADD software at a minimum. Candidates will rarely shadow a partner in the firm. Instead, they will work under a Senior Manager or Project Manager or a Senior Architect/Interior Designer.

The architecture field is a little more strict in its requirements than most. Most of the time, firms are too occupied to go over more basic details. Past internships have required students in the field to speak an intermediate level of Spanish.

Due to similarities in fields, our candidates interested in interior design internships abroad also chose this Sector.

Barcelona Architecture

Hear From Our Candidates

"I had a wonderful experience in Chile. My Spanish definitely improved. Or should I say my Chilean Spanish since they use so much slang? I loved my teacher so much and I am still in contact with her. My internship placement was great. I was an assistant to a professor who had other architecture projects as well. The professor was very nice, welcoming, patient, and open-minded. Overall, it was an awesome experience. I met some wonderful people, learned a little bit about a new culture, improved my Spanish, and my architecture skills."