The University of Rochester, in cooperation with Educational Programmes Abroad (EPA), sponsors semester-long study programs in London, Berlin, Bonn, Cologne, Brussels, Edinburgh and Madrid that combine eight-credit internships with coursework throughout the semester, and provide a solid work experience. Students get a window into the world of work, a sample of life as a team player, and an unforgettable opportunity to explore what it's like to live and work in a foreign country.
About the University of Rochester
The University of Rochester, founded in 1850, is one of the leading private universities in the nation. Our commitment to international education and to preparing students to take their place in the global political and economic community has led to our sponsorship of the Internships in Europe programs. International internships are designed to give liberal arts majors in all disciplines hands-on experience in the exciting new political, economic, and social arenas of Western Europe.