Why Intern Abroad?
There are so many benefits of an internship abroad, where do we start?
Published Findings, Studies & Surveys Are Demonstrating What We Already Know.
In a Nutshell
Go abroad, it will help you decide what career to pursue.
When you come home, you are more skilled and prepared for the real world.
Hear What Our Candidates Have to Say
I initially got in contact with Adelante because of a lack of graduate student internships offered in my Master’s program. When I heard that they had so many different types of internships, specifically a dedicated translation internship, I decided I had to take the leap and just go for it.
Madrid is an absolutely amazing city, I would 100% come back here. Adelante took care of all the housing and internship placement which was SO nice. My apartment was much bigger than the apartment I have back home and it was in the perfect location.
Honestly, I got so lucky that I found Adelante. They did all the planning, apartment-hunting, interviewing and arrangements for me so that I could focus on just enjoying my experience. The internship was great, I learned so much and now I have something truly impressive to put on my resume when I get home. If you want a truly unique summer experience and a rigorous internship, Adelante is for you.
I had an awesome time with Adelante! This was my first time in Europe and they definitely helped me to have a great time.
All the staff that I talked to were super helpful, both while I was applying and during my stay. The housing was awesome. I was living right in the center of the city, which was incredible, there was so much to do nearby.
I worked for a financial consulting company that analyzed the US stock market. I didn’t know anything about the market before I came, but working in the office for 6 months definitely helped me pick up a few things, although I would have liked to learn more.
All in all, I highly recommend Adelante. I personally feel that living abroad is an experience that everyone should have, and Adelante is a pretty awesome way to do just that.
I participated in the ecology and countryside management branches at the SRUC Oatridge campus. The lecturers that provided me with projects were so incredibly helpful. Anytime I needed help or had a question there was ALWAYS someone there who went above and beyond to make sure my question was answered. Throughout my time there, I learned a lot about the ecology of Scotland and how it differs from the environment that I am used to at home. I also made some lasting friendships with some of the locals that I met while staying in the dorms. Scotland is full of experiences for any type of person, and it was an experience that I would urge more people to take part in.
I had a great time in Madrid! I already speak Spanish, so I was able to live with four girls from various countries and communicate entirely in Spanish (some of them didn’t speak English at all). My internship shadowing [a local doctor] was wonderful and I learned so much about psychology and psychiatry. I sat in on most of [their] sessions, received lessons during free time, and even conducted a few one-on-one sessions with patients on my own.
The social-life was also great, I fell in love with Madrid as a city and can’t wait to go back as soon as possible!