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Fact Sheet:
Program Category: Internship Abroad, Study Abroad Program Type: Faculty-Directed
Area of Study: Aboriginal Studies, Accessories Design, Accounting, Acting/Performance Art, Adult/Extension Education, Advanced Manufacturing, Advertising, Aerospace Studies, African Studies, Agribusiness, Agricultural Education, Agricultural Mechanization, Agriculture, American Sign Language, American Studies, Anatomy, Animal and Veterinary Sciences, Anthropology, Applied Economics, Arabic, Archaeology, Architecture, Art, Art and Architectural History, Art History, Astronomy, Athletic Leadership, Audio Technology, Automotive Engineering, Biochemistry, Bioengineering, Biological Sciences, Biology, Biomolecular Engineering, Biosystems Engineering, Biosystems Technology, Botany, Brand Communications, British and Irish Studies, Business, Business Administration, Cardiovascular Technology, Career and Technology Education, Caribbean Studies, Catalan Language & Literature, Celtic/Irish Studies, Central Asian Studies, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Child Development, Chinese, City and Regional Planning, Civil Engineering, Clemson University, Cluster, College of Architecture, Arts, and Humanities, College of Engineering and Science, Communication Studies, Community and Rural Development, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Computing and Information Engineering, Construction Science and Management, Creative Writing, Criminal justice, Crop and Soil Environmental Science, Dance, Design Studies, Digital Production Arts, Early Childhood Education, East Asian Studies, Economics, Education, Education and Human Development, Educational Counseling, Educational Foundations, Electrical Engineering, Elementary Education, Engineering, Engineering Mechanics, English, Entomology, Entrepreneurship, Environmental and Natural Resources, Environmental Engineering and Science, Environmental Science and Policy, Environmental Toxicology, Equine Industry, Executive Leadership and Entrepreneurship, Experimental Statistics, Film Studies, Finance, Food Science, Forest Products, Forestry, Forestry and Natural Resources, French, Genetics, Geography, Geology, German, Global Politics, Graphic Communications, Great Works, Health, Health Care Genetics, Health, Education, and Human Development, Historic Preservation, History, Honors, Horticulture, Human Resource Management, Humanities, Industrial Engineering, Integrated Pest Management, International Engineering and Science, International Studies, Italian, Japanese, Justice Studies, Landscape Architecture, Language, Language and International Health, Language and International Trade, Latin, Law, Leisure Skills, Library, Literacy, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Materials Science, Materials Science and Engineering, Mathematical Sciences, MBA, Mechanical Engineering, Microbiology, Middle Eastern Studies, Military Leadership, Music, Natural Resource Economics, Nonprofit Leadership, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, Nursing, Nutrition, Packaging Science, Pan African Studies, Park and Protected Area Management, Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management, Pearce Center for Professional Communication, Performing Arts, Philosophy, Physical Science, Physics, Plant and Environmental Sciences, Plant Pathology, Plant Physiology, Political Science, Portuguese, Precision Agriculture, Psychology, Public Administration, Public Policy, Race, Ethnicity and Migration, Recreational Therapy, Religion, Renewable Energy Engineering, Rural Sociology, Russian, Science and Technology in Society, Screenwriting, Secondary Education, Sociology, Solis and Sustainable Crop Systems, Spanish, Spanish-American Area Studies, Special Education, Statistics, Sustainability, Systems Engineering, Theatre, Turfgrass, Urban Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries Biology, Women's Studies, World Cinema, Writing, Youth Development Program
Program Description:
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Program Overview


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There will be three modules that will be taught in sequential order during the summer months. The first module in the series (2 weeks) concentrates on international internship pre-departure activities and focuses on helping students explore new paradigms related to their cultural awareness and career development. The second module in the series (8 weeks) occurs abroad and primarily emphasizes the work experience of the internship. Hours will be logged, an essay written, and final evaluations by mentors and students will be completed during this course module. The third module in the series (2 weeks) occurs during the remaining weeks of the summer once students have returned from their international internship experiences. Assignments will focus on how students are readjusting to US culture, reflections on how their cultural discoveries affect their educational activities and career aspirations, and strategies for leveraging the experience during the job search process. Sample job application materials and mock interview exercises – introduced and critiqued by faculty – will be used to support student learning in this last session.

Information Session: Tues, Nov 28 @ 5:30pm – Sirrine 110  


Barcelona, Spain 
Dublin, Ireland 
Santiago, Chile 
Sydney, Australia 


Students should be in good academic standing with the university

For More Information

Contact Troy Nunamaker



INT 3010


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Financial Info

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Students who will be receiving financial aid during their program abroad must meet with the Financial Aid Office prior to departure. Appointments can be made online with the Financial Aid Office.

For detailed information on study abroad scholarship opportunities and application procedures, please see our Scholarships page.

Program Cost

Paid to Clemson
2017-2018 Per Term
Tuition & Fees* $2,125.00
Program Fee** $5,023.00
Subtotal - Paid to Clemson $7,148.00
*Tuition and Fees includes tuition/academic fees, study abroad fee, and all other applicable Clemson University fees
**The above listed program fee applies to Barcelona, Dublin, Sydney, and Santiago. 

Estimated Additional Costs  
  Per Term
Airfare $1,400.00
Passport and Photos $155.00
Meals $800.00
Other personal travel/excursions* $500.00
Phone $80.00
Subtotal - Additional Costs $2,935.00
*Personal travel, meals, etc. spending amounts will vary by student and will be affected by how often a student goes out, travels, and the items they purchase. 

Program fees and student expenses are based on preliminary estimates and are subject to change. Please contact the faculty director of the program for more information.

Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2018 02/01/2018 ** Admissions Open Until Deadline 05/31/2018 07/31/2018

** Applications are typically reviewed on a rolling basis until the program deadline or until the program is full.