Career Fields

Internship Career Fields

Be individually placed in an 10-week or 16-week internship where you’ll work on a specific project from beginning to end at a company located in Australia or Vietnam. We will help advise on which locations will be the best fit for your major. There are some industry limitations – if your field is not listed below please contact us to check availability.

Full-time internships: This individual internship placement option allows you to complete a remote internship over a 10-week period on a full-time basis. You’re expected to work a minimum of 27 hours per week. (Exact hours and work days will be determined by your internship supervisor, but students should expect to be working Monday to Friday). This is ideal for students who have recently graduated or are looking to take a break from classes and want to gain professional work experience remotely in their spare time!

Part-time internships: This individual internship placement option allows you to complete a remote internship over a 16-week period on a part-time basis. You’re expected to work a minimum of 12 hours per week. (Exact hours and work days will be determined in consultation with your internship supervisor). This is ideal for students who want to gain professional work experience remotely while still being able to meet other time commitments, such as being enrolled in part-time or even full-time classes.

Marketing and Communications

Work for an agency or in-house at a corporation while focusing on a specific project. Tasks can include writing, content marketing, account management and media relations.

Business / International Business

Experience working for a company project involving business development, analysis, sales, market research, evaluating risk, project planning, vetting new opportunities and more.

Environment and Sustainability

Start building a successful career in environmental or sustainability-focused organizations, working with a company analyzing environmental and economic impacts.


Be involved in finance-related projects such as analyzing the feasibility of funding start-ups, or taking an analyst role looking at demand forecasting and cash flow modeling.

Software / Data Science

Practice user testing, data analysis, algorithmic review, product management, and more.


Assist a tourism company with its current marketing or logistics initiatives, such as implementing or improving processes, vendor management and business development.

NGO / Non-Profit

Work with an active social impact enterprise supporting its current projects, such as using technology to rescue, rehabilitate and relocate girls at risk of violence.


Intern with a law firm supporting current projects, such as forming partnerships and strategic alliances or implementing patent and trademark docket strategies, or as a legal assistant.

Creative / Graphic Design

Unleash your creativity with design projects ranging from interior design, graphics and branding for display and marketing purposes, 3D design, CAD modeling and more.

Academic Credit

Academic Credit

TEAN has partnered with a US School of Record, the University of South Florida, to offer a US transcript for in-person and virtual internships. Students participating in virtual internship can earn 3-6 upper-division credits, depending on the number of internship hours associated with the program. Credit awarded will be based on the successful completion of the online course which is managed by the WorldStrides Higher Ed Academic team in collaboration with the School of Record.

Upon completion of the program, students receive an official transcript from TEAN’s School of Record, the University of South Florida (USF). Located in Tampa, Florida, USF is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate, baccalaureate, master’s, specialist, and doctorate degrees. The USF transcript will reflect transfer credit for coursework completed during this program. Please be in touch with your home university regarding credit transfer.

TEAN Staff

TEAN Staff

While you may be working remotely, you are not alone. Our team works with you throughout the internship process – from submitting your application and finding the best placement for your interests, to assisting you with any questions or issues that you may face during your internship and helping you figure out how to transfer credits.


TEAN Orientation

TEAN’s Orientation will be held virtually for all internship participants before the projects or placements start. This interactive orientation session will provide you with an online experience that will prepare you for interning remotely including details on how working for your chosen company in a different country will be, what to expect, how to ask for help and advocate for what you need to do a good job, how to take initiative, how to deal with a remote environment and different time zones, how to schedule your day and more.



  • All applicants are expected to have an appropriate academic background related to the internship placement duties.
  • Students who have completed at least one year of university work and have GPAs above 2.5 will be eligible for most internships.

Program Dates

Application Deadlines

TEAN has a rolling admissions process. We recommend submitting your application for the Summer or Fall program anytime starting from November. Late applications may be considered. Contact TEAN if the application deadline has passed.

Spring 2022

Individual Placement  (Full-Time 10-Weeks)
Application Deadline Nov 15
TEAN Orientation TBA
Placement Starts Jan 10
Program Ends Mar 18
Individual Placement (Part-Time 16-weeks)
Application Deadline Nov 15
TEAN Orientation TBA
Placement Starts Jan 10
Program Ends April 29

Summer 2022

Individual Placement 
Application Deadline April 20
TEAN Orientation June 3
Placement Starts June 6
Program Ends Aug 12

Fall 2022

Individual Placement  (Full-Time 10-Weeks)
Application Deadline July 15
TEAN Orientation TBA
Placement Starts Aug 29
Program Ends Nov 4
Individual Placement (Part-Time 16-weeks)
Application Deadline July 15
TEAN Orientation TBA
Placement Starts Aug 29
Program Ends Dec 16

Fees & Inclusions

Spring 2023

10-week Full-Time Placement: $1,650
16-week  Part-Time Placement: $1,650

Summer 2022

10-week Full-Time Placement: $1,550

Fall 2022

10-week Full-Time Placement: $1,550
16-week Part-Time Placement: $1,550

What’s Included

  • Internship Placement
  • Interactive Virtual Orientation
  • Services of TEAN staff and local internship support staff
  • Professional mentorship or career coach
  • Resume and cover letter advising
  • Virtual workshops, videos and assessments, facilitated meetings with company
  • Digital Badges for LinkedIn and Completion Certificate
  • Weekly meetings with supervisor for ongoing feedback and direction
  • Career Readiness Course with Digital Badges for LinkedIn
  • Interview preparation and coaching sessions
  • Access to self-assessment tools and supervisor evaluations that provide a roadmap for your development

What’s Not Included

  • You will be responsible for ensuring you have what you need to work remotely, such as a computer and reliable internet access.

How it Works

How it Works

First, take a look through the above information including career fields, program fees and dates and then read below to learn about next steps. If you have any questions contact us. The TEAN Internships Team along with our placement team will guide you through the entire process.

1. Apply

Apply online when you are ready. Make sure to meet the application deadline. See program dates above.

2. Phone/Skype Interview

Once TEAN receives your application we’ll be in contact to interview you. We’ll also provide some guidance on preparing your resume and cover letter that will be used to introduce you to possible internship placements.

3. Confirm your place with A Deposit

After your initial conversation with one of the TEAN Internships team members, you’ll be requested to pay your program deposit. Once your deposit is paid, TEAN will begin the process of securing your internship placement. This deposit is fully refundable if you are not placed in an internship or if your university will not accept the transfer credit from the internship course (which is required). Read the full internship refund policy here.

4. Internship Placement

Our placement team will collaborate with you to ensure we secure a suitable placement related to your interests. Upon securing a placement, you will be provided with an Internship Placement Profile that includes a description of your internship project.

5. Acceptance

You will confirm your place by submitting your signed Internship Profile Placement by the given deadline. At this point, TEAN will send your final invoice and give you details on your program orientation, ensuring you have everything you need by the program start date.

From the Blog

Nov 27

Seoul Internship

Jumpstart your professional career with a full-time internship in Seoul. Known for being a vibrant hub of business, culture, cuisine and entertainment (hello K-Pop!), the South Korean capital provides a dynamic backdrop from which to get a taste of the working world, particularly for students looking to gain experience in business or marketing. TEAN’s internships team helps you every step of the way from personalized work placements based on your interests to re-entry advising to help you market your internship abroad to job opportunities back home. Along with gaining hands-on experience in the field of your choice, you’ll also enjoy comfortable housing, included cultural activities, ongoing guidance and plenty of time to explore all that Seoul and the rest of the country have to offer.

Nov 02

Vietnam Internship

Intern abroad in one of Southeast Asia’s most dynamic countries: Vietnam. The highly unique and resilient nation buzzes with energy from the southern metropolis and economic hub of Ho Chi Minh City to the northern capital city and cultural center of Hanoi. Along with a rich culture, varied landscapes, long history and incredible cuisine, Vietnam also boasts one of Southeast Asia’s fastest-growing economies, making it a particularly fascinating place to intern abroad. Take part in a full-time internship to gain professional experience in various medical and healthcare fields, education, agriculture, engineering or the hospitality industry. Placements include guaranteed housing plus ongoing support from TEAN’s expert internship team as well as a fun orientation, cultural events, a Local Buddy to further help you connect with the community and more.

Jan 09

Kyoto Internship

Drawing in more than 55 million tourists annually, Kyoto may be famous for its thousands of Buddhist temples, picturesque gardens, traditional wooden houses, geishas and tempting cuisine, but it is also an important hub for Japan’s leading hi-tech companies. The former Imperial capital is one of the country’s main academic centers and has long established business ties with the rest of the world making it an excellent city to intern abroad in – particularly for business, IT, marketing and hospitality. Strengthen your work experience with a full-time internship while exploring the historic region, which is home to 17 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and appreciating the comfortable climate.

Dec 21 A highway in Shanghai with buildings in the background

Shanghai Internship

As China continues to grow as a world power, there’s no better way to jumpstart your career than with an internship abroad in this enigmatic country. Shanghai, China’s largest city, serves as the country’s economic hub and a major global financial center making it a sought after destination for those interning in business and economics. While expanding your skills at work, you can also broaden your horizons living abroad in a shared apartment and experiencing all that the city has to offer – from creative art complexes and massive shopping centers to mouthwatering meals and a sizzling nighttime scene. TEAN’s Internship Team will get you set up with a full-time internship placement that fits your interests and career goals while also helping you get settled in your new host country and culture with included activities, excursions and more.

Dec 07

Australia Internship

International work experience is more important than ever and one of the best ways to make the leap into working abroad is by completing an internship in Australia – a longtime leader in the health, sports and technology industries. Offering a range of internship opportunities throughout the country, TEAN works tirelessly to connect students with highly relevant placements in every trade from finance, to environmental conservation, to even sports medicine. While Sydney is a popular destination as an international business hub, other cities throughout the country also provide a variety of internships suited to meet nearly every degree or interest.

Nov 10 Four TEAN interns pose excitedly dressed up in nice clothes

New Zealand Internship

Replete with natural wonders, interns in New Zealand will experience more than the beauty of the country’s many landscapes. Inventor of the bungee jump, home to the largest geothermal power source and the first country to give women the right to vote, New Zealand has pioneered incredible advancements in engineering, agriculture, environmental sustainability and social justice. An internship in New Zealand allows interns to experience firsthand the ingenuity and creativity that has made this country a global innovator and is an ideal location for creative minds seeking a cutting edge professional landscape particularly in the fields of engineering, architecture, veterinary science, ecotourism and adventure recreation. While Auckland is a popular destination as a business hub, other cities throughout the country also provide a variety of internships suited to meet nearly every degree or interest.

Aug 26 A man sits in front of an outside lap pool holding an array of athletic equipment

Kinesiology – Health: Study & Intern Semester

In partnership with the University of Western Australia, TEAN offers an unique opportunity for Kinesiology, Sports Science and Health Studies majors to combine an educational semester abroad with a professional internship. Located in Perth on Australia’s west coast, you’ll experience wonderful weather, beautiful beaches and a laidback lifestyle, combined with a sophisticated, cosmopolitan city that’s home to a multitude of cafes, restaurants and cultural activities. Intern with a local Australian Rules football team, where you’ll experience how passionate Western Australians are about this home-grown Aussie sport that dominates the country, or a public health-focused organization that produces widespread health programming. In addition to your internship, you’ll take three courses at the top-ranked University of Western Australia.