International Virtual Internship

Through the internship experience, you will have hands-on engagement with fashion, art and design studios, advertising/public relations/marketing firms, global organizations serving families and children, financial enterprises, and more.

Eight weeks placement with organization in: Barcelona, Berlin, Dublin, Florence, London, Madrid, Milan, New York, Paris, Rome, San Jose, Shanghai, Sydney and Washington DC.


  • Tentative Date: 5/24~7/26
  • Application Deadline: 11/15/2022
  • Rolling Admission

Approximate Cost

$1500 + UGA Tuition (Hope/Zell Miller Scholarship covers tuition costs)

Scholarship Opportunities:

  • OGE General scholarship
  • Experiential Learning Scholarship, etc.

Courses Offered

FACS 5915E/7915E International Internship

Virtual Internship Placement Examples

Once you enroll in the program, you will virtually meet with your Program Adviser, review your resume and cover letter, take the Gallup StrengthsFinders Assessment, and have a call with a certified Strengths coach to get you prepared.

Now let our Placement Team get to work! They will contact our employer connections around the world to find the perfect internship for you.

Your Program Adviser will work with you and the employer to schedule a virtual interview and then it's your time to shine! Almost always our intern participants receive an internship offer the first time, but if not, we will continuously work with you until you have an internship confirmed.

The Full Global Experience (GE) Virtual Support Package

  • CliftonStrengths online assessment, professional coaching call, resume and cover letter support
  • Individual program advising
  • Group tutorial on teleworking, Strengths tutorial, Global Workplace culture seminar
  • Virtual welcome orientation and cultural events
  • Internship monitoring and virtual check-ins
  • Virtual exit orientation and post-program debrief

Virtual Cultural Activities

  • Spanish cooking class
  • Italian cooking class
  • Virtual sightseeing tour of Rome
  • Lecture on London’s History and Diversity
  • Prague Scavenger Hunt


Payton Trickel

Overall, this internship was extremely beneficial to me. The Social Shop is the first marketing/business-related company I have worked for; now, I have an idea of the work I would like to be doing in the future.

Payton Trickel -

I have learned the importance of communication while in the workforce. It is the foundation of every business. Also, I have learned the importance of staying connected and staying in contact with staff members.

Lilia Sullivan -
Lilia Sullivan
Adam Lagyak

I was able to learn much about the real business environment over the course of the internship and move away from the “student mindset” and learn more about different areas of business such as IT and marketing.

Adam Lagyak -

After interning at Style Doctors for the past two months, I have learned how to edit and create high quality Instagram stories, including adding the proper web links to the correct page.

Leah Gomberg -
Leah Gomberg
Jeongah Shin

It was a great experience to adapt academic knowledge into the real world (industry). During the three years, as a masters’ student and Ph.D. student, I built a lot of academic knowledge through the course works and research experiences. This internship made my experience enrich.

Jeongah Shin -
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