Business internships

Students pursuing a business degree can gain valuable practical experience via a business internship, for example in the area of human resource management, finance, economics, marketing, legal studies, and business information.

It is obviously wise to try to find an internship where you have the opportunity of further specialize in your academic field.

Many companies organize business internship programs, including international internships, which are highly-competitive programs for ambitious students.

To help you find and apply for a business internship, you can read more about finding an internship, writing an internship cover letter, and about the internship interview.

The following is a list of internships at popular employers:

Abbott
Adidas Group Internship
Alliance Boots
Anglo American Educational Services
ArcelorMittal
Baker & McKenzie
Bertelsmann
Bloomberg
Booz & Co
Boston Consulting Group
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Burson Marsteller
CBS News
Coca-Cola
Daimler
Danone Group
Deutsche Post DHL
E.ON
Ebay
Edelman
EducAsian
Edward Jones
Enter Event
Gallup
General Electric
Google
Harley-Davidson
HarperCollins
Henkel
Hewlett-Packard
Johnson & Johnson
Kellogg's
Kimberley-Clark
Lagardere
L'Oreal
Mars
Marsh & McLennan Companies
McGraw-Hill
METRO Group
Microsoft
Mol
Molson
NewellRubbermaid
Nike
Philip Morris International
Philips
Proctor and Gamble
PUMA
Qualcomm
Random House
Roche
Rogers Communications
Rolls-Royce
RTL Group
Schindler
Siemens
Sky
SONY
Standard Life
TELUS
Texas Instruments
Thomson Reuters
Turk Telekom
Verbund
Volkswagen
Volvo Group
Whirlpool