Internships in Ireland
Thinking about interning in Ireland? There are paid and work experience internship programs for both Irish and international citizens available to join during summer and all year round. Most internships can be joined in large cities like Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway, and Waterford although there are also opportunities in smaller towns and villages. We list companies who offer internship programs to students, graudates and anyone seeking to boost a career.
Guide to Interning in Ireland
We are putting together a list of recommended internship programs in Ireland perfect if you are looking to gain work experience and boost your career. If you are an international thinking about interning abroad then you should definately consider Ireland as your destination. There are a wide selection of internships available to join in cities like Dubin.
Top 10 Reasons to Intern in Ireland
- Enhance Your CV/Resume
- Stand out from other job seekers
- Discover a new town, city, country
- Receive academic credit if you are applying from overseas
- Make new professional contacts
- Learn about a new culture
- Grow confidence
- Take initiative
- Develop a new undertsand of working
- Learn more about yourself
Popular Places to Intern:
- Dún Laoghaire
Popular Industries You Can Apply
You can find internships in a range of industries including:
- Business Development
- Sustainable Development
- Hospitality and Tourism
- Human Resource
- Import Export
- Information Technology
- Interior Design
- PR and Marketing
- Real Estate
- Strategic Management
- Supply Chain and Logistics
- Web Design
Internships in Ireland for Foreigners
Our website features companies who offer internships in Ireland for Americans and other nationalities.
- Students and non-students can apply
- Usually need to be aged 16+
Ireland Internship Reviews & Testimonials
Have you ever joined an internship in Ireland? Would you like to share your experience or review a company? Contact us.
"I completed one week traineeship at the International University of Maynooth in Ireland. We worked on five different countries in applying HRBA on how to improve and provide better human rights approaches in each cases. We studied empowerment, initiation, indicators, non-discrimination laws, gender inequality, and peace-conflict resolutions." - Christophe, France
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