Visit the IIEPassport to help you search for the appropriate study abroad program or internship for you. You can use this online searchable database by searching for specific criteria, such as country, language, and field of study. The database will gather a list of programs that may interest you and will provide you basic information for you to contact the programs of your interest.
Once you've found a few programs that interest you, consult with your institution's study abroad advisor. Most universities and colleges have a designated study abroad advisor who can assist you with choosing the right program for you, and ensure you will receive academic credit for the program abroad. If you do not have a designated study abroad advisor on your campus, then an academic advisor may be able to assist you with the process of receiving institution approval to get academic credit for the courses you take abroad. Your campus may also have a career services office. Staff there could assist you with identifying international internship opportunities that fit your professional aspirations.
If you need assistance, please contact the Gilman Scholarship Program: