What are some great schools with great internships?

<p>I'm sure I can't be the only one wondering!
To me, the first priority in a college would be the internships and co-op possiblities. What are some schools that are strong academically as well as with these opportunities?
Thanks a ton!</p>

<p>any really prestigious school or a school that is very large (like a state school) that can attract many opportunities from the local area.</p>

<p>Georgetown is good for this, especially if government/international relations/econ is your thing.</p>

<p>Northeastern has alright academics but a fantastic co-op program.</p>

<p>agreed with pierre0913</p>

<p>Pretty much any school in an urban area will offer solid internship opportunities.</p>

<p>As far as "great" schools go, NYU/Columbia/Fordham in NYC; a lot of places (BU, Northeastern, Harvard, MIT, etc.) in Boston; GWU/Georgetown in D.C. I would think the same pattern pretty much applies across the country.</p>

<p>Princeton Review Best Career/Job Placement Services (only a small fraction of schools that have great placement in internships/jobs/co-ops)</p>

<p>University Of Florida
Barnard College
Clemson University
Northeastern University
University Of Texas - Austin
Penn State - University Park
Claremont McKenna
Sweet Briar
Rose-Hulman
Yale University
Connecticut College
Bentley University
Smith College
Middlebury College
Cornell University
University Of Notre Dame
Stonehill College
Rochester Institute Of Technology
American University
Franklin W. Olin College Of Engineering</p>

<p>Thank you very much, I will check out the list right away!</p>

<p>Internship is a very vague term. Some internships are unpaid but offer academic credit. This means that you are working for nothing AND paying tuition for the academic credits. Be careful. </p>

<p>Coop positions are almost always paid but do not offer academic credit.</p>

<p>Best</a> Colleges - Education - US News and World Report</p>

<p>USNEWS Internship Programs to look for...</p>