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  • Locations: Madrid, Spain
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Restrictions: WFU applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
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Click here for a definition of this term GPA Requirement: 2.00 Click here for a definition of this term Class Status: 2 semesters completed
Click here for a definition of this term Language of Instruction: Spanish Click here for a definition of this term Prior Language Study Required: 5 semesters
Click here for a definition of this term Housing: Homestay Click here for a definition of this term Open to non-WFU Students: No
Click here for a definition of this term Academic Areas Offered: Art, Business (ACC, BEM & FIN), Communication, Economics, Education, English, Environmental Studies, Health & Exercise Science, History, Internships, Journalism, Math Business, Math Economics, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, Sociology, Spanish, Theater
Program Description:

Discover Spain from an intern's perspective

The Wake Forest University Internship Program in Madrid, in conjunction with European Study Abroad (EUSA), offers qualified WFU students an internship relevant to their field of study. Internships are available in numerous fields, including but not limited to: Advertising, Marketing, Public Relations, Arts, Theatre, Banking & Financial Services, Business, Film and TV, Journalism, Fashion, Multimedia, Hospitality, Law, Non-Party Politics, Party Politics, Contact Psychology, Occupational Therapy & Physical Therapy, and Psychology Research. 

Interns work full-time, 4 days a week in their designated placement and will have a 3 day weekend ideal for travel. Each student has a mandatory mid-term review with a member of the on-site internship team to assess progress achieved at the work placement.

In most cases, applicants should have the equivalent of 5 college semesters of Spanish to be eligible for this program. There are some placements available now for students with less Spanish language speaking ability in the following fields: Business, Education, Hospitality, Journalism, Marketing and Tourism. 

Program Dates: May 20th to July 18th, 2020.
Madrid
Overview The Wake Forest University Internship Program in Madrid, in conjunction with European Study Abroad (EUSA), offers qualified WFU students an internship relevant to their field of study. Internships are available in numerous fields, including but not limited to: Advertising, Marketing, Public Relations, Arts, Theatre, Banking & Financial Services, Business, Film and TV, Journalism, Fashion, Multimedia, Hospitality, Law, Non-Party Politics, Party Politics, Contact Psychology, Occupational Therapy & Physical Therapy, and Psychology Research. 

Interns work full-time, 4 days a week in their designated placement and will have a 3 day weekend ideal for travel. Each student has a mandatory mid-term review with a member of the on-site internship team to assess progress achieved at the work placement.

In most cases, applicants should have the equivalent of 5 college semesters of Spanish to be eligible for this program. There are some placements available now for students with less Spanish language speaking ability in the following fields: Business, Education, Hospitality, Journalism, Marketing and Tourism. 

Program Dates: May 20th to July 18th, 2020.
Location  
Program In most cases students will take BUS 350, which counts for 3 hours of pass/fail elective credit toward graduation. In some cases, students can receive credit from the academic department that corresponds with his or her internship. For example, if you were planning on getting an internship at an art gallery, you would go to the Art department for credit. Students must find a WFU faculty member in the credit-granting department to serve as his or her supervisor for the duration of the internship. The faculty supervisor is responsible for all academics related to the internship and will assign coursework to be completed during the internship. For BUS 350, the academic supervisor will be provided for you. Coursework could include reflective journals, essays, readings, and research papers.

Note: not all academic departments will grant credit for internships. Please meet with Mike Tyson to discuss this process in more detail.
Faculty  
Accommodation Homestay that includes breakfast and dinner or self-catering apartment with kitchen.
Excursions  
Selection
  • Good academic standing
  • 5 semesters or equivalent of university level Spanish is preferred. There are few English language placements available. 
Costs The total cost of summer study abroad can be broken down into four categories: 
  • Program Fee - Usually covers room, in-country travel, international health insurance, excursions, some meals and other costs associated with the program.
  • Tuition – Students on WFU summer programs pay WFU summer school tuition per credit hour. The 2019 summer rate was $900/per credit hour. Expect a small increase for 2020.
  • Airfare – Varies per location. Students are responsible for their own airfare unless otherwise noted.
  • Personal Expenses – These will vary depending on the students' spending habits, cost of living in the destination country, and the number of meals included in the program fee.
Program Fee - $7,202
Tuition (3hrs) - $2,700
Airfare (estimated) - $1,400
Personal Expenses (estimated) - $2,000
Estimated total cost - $13,302
Scholarships Summer program scholarships are available through GPS. Information can be found here. 

EUSA offers scholarships of up to $2,000
Students will be selected based on the following criteria:
  • Demonstrated financial need
  • Member of a group underrepresented in study abroad
To apply go here: http://www.eusainternships.org/live-learn-intern-abroad-scholarship-application.html
Contact Michael Tyson
Assistant Director for Study Abroad: Summer and Short-Term Programs
Center for Global Programs and Studies
116 Reynolda Hall
Telephone: (336) 758 4072
E-mail: tysonmj@wfu.edu

EUSA Website: https://www.eusainternships.org/
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This program is currently not accepting applications.