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Internship abroad, paying for a program, Dublin, Experiential Learning International

wildandyoungwildandyoung Registered User Posts: 220 Junior Member
Hi everyone

I'm a sophomore honors business (finance) student a solid school, large public, pretty decent business school but not elite. I'm trying hard to get an internship and have had a few interviews, but I really want to study abroad sometime during college and found a couple programs that combine study abroad with an internship.

One of these programs is called EUSA, but I am not sure if my school offers one in the summer. That program is varies in cost it seems like it will cost $5-6k for the program (which lasts between 6-8 weeks) in Dublin. They have other European cities that are more expensive.

I stumbled upon this other organization called Experiential Learning International (ELI). Costs are a lot cheaper, it is about $3550 for 8 weeks (including a accommodation) and they place you in an internship and they have a finance/accounting internship spot.

Anyone ever do something like this? Ever work through ELI? Sounds like a great opportunity, I would love to spend a summer in Dublin.

I was wondering how reputable ELI was though.

Experiential Learning International


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