In an age where the world’s economies and governments are becoming more connected through modern technology and industry, it is crucial for students to study and immerse themselves in cultures outside their own. In this current climate of global conectedness, majors like Global Studies and International Relations are among some of the most popular in colleges and universities all over the US. These majors increasingly require and reward an international perspective, which you can obtain by serving as an intern in a local business of Sevilla. You should not enter the world of international business without any prior experience. Allow CINECU to help you balance your classroom learning with on-site job experience as an intern in Sevilla.
As the capital city of Andalucía, Sevilla is linked to some of the country’s most important industries. The city attracts both national and international businesses with several opportunities for our interns. CINECU is equipped with the necessary resources to discover unique internship positions that meet the academic and professional interests of every student.
Since its founding in 1996, CINECU has been an active program on the EUSA campus. One of its on-campus partner programs is the academic branch of the Cámara de Comercio de Sevilla (Sevilla’s Chamber of Commerce), a board of directors that supports and promotes growth of the businesses in Andalucía. Through its close relationship with EUSA and Sevilla’s Chamber of Commerce, CINECU can connect students with hundreds of placement opportunities throughout the region. Let CINECU help prepare you for a career in the professional world by placing you in one of these internships.
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All applicants are responsible for paying a 300 euro non-refundable application fee through our online payment system on this website by the program´s application deadline. Those students who submit their application without paying the mentioned fee, will not be considered for the program.
Once a student´s application is complete, and the candidate is officially accepted into the Internship Program, he/she will only be able to pay the appropriate program fees by credit card and through our online payment portal. No personal checks or wire transfers will be accepted.
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The following is a list of possible companies and organizations where our students could do their internships.
Centuries of History are waiting for you!
During your six weeks in Sevilla, you can choose to participate in the following site visits and trips that highlight different facets of Andalusia and its history.
Just 20 minutes outside of Sevilla, the Roman city of Itálica gave the Roman world two emperors: Trajan and Hadrian. These days, it is an area of well-preserved Roman ruins, which include the remains of dwellings and a large amphitheater. Students will walk inside the amphitheater on the same ground where gladiator competitions took place while spectators looked on from above.
There are several beautiful beaches along Spain’s southern coast that are a short drive away from Sevilla, and if the weather permits, we will spend an afternoon enjoying one of them.
Students will take a day trip to the city of Córdoba, where they will visit the city’s Jewish quarter, which includes a synagogue from the 14th century, and the Mezquita-Catedral, a unique building whose beautiful architecture and complex history illustrate the multicultural history of Andalusia.
We will take an overnight trip to visit this beautiful mountain city. Students will visit the city’s cathedral and Capilla Real, where King Ferdinand and Queen Isabel are buried. There will also be a tour of La Alhambra, Spain’s most famous Moorish castle, and one of the most visited monuments in Spain.
Students will take a long weekend to explore the cities of Madrid and Segovia. In Madrid, they will visit the country’s stock market as well as world famous historical sites, such as the Prado Museum and the incredible Spanish royal palace. During their day trip to Segovia, they will visit the Royal Glass Factory of La Granja, in which they will observe the fascinating and intricate techniques of glass production. Students will also take a tour through Segovia’s historical center where they will learn about the impressive Roman aqueduct that has served as the city’s most important landmark for over 2,000 years.
I have never had a class where I was close with my teacher. However, all of the teachers on this program were so outgoing and friendly that everybody got to know them on more a personal level.
Being able to take classes both at the university and at EUSA. I was able to get a feel for what school was like in another country with the university classes and at the same time I was able to take the EUSA classes which were a little less challenging and more like the classes at UNC.
The history of Spain was very interesting and relevant. I was there during the November elections and we really got to learn a lot about the parties and locals’ sentiments towards the candidates.
I loved the city of Sevilla–it was big enough that there was always something going on yet small enough that it wasn’t overwhelming. Also it was a great environment to learn Spanish in because the people are very friendly and want to talk to you.
I feel it was an amazing experience, one of the best decisions of my life. Academically, I feel so much more comfortable using Spanish. I could definitely incorporate Spanish into my career. Personally, I feel more independent, confident and assertive. I really grew as a person. I learned how to be flexible and patient when dealing with people who are not like me. I learned decision making and problem solving skills. This program also opened my eyes to how people from other cultures see the world.
The best characteristic of my academic study abroad was living with a Spanish family. This forced me to constantly interact and think in Spanish, and I think was the number one contributing factor to my improving my Spanish and knowledge of Spanish culture.
I got to experience a world that was totally different from what I’m used to in the United States. Being able to travel around Europe was awesome because now I know that there is so much more of the world I need to see