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The Wolf of Business Street

A Business track specializing in learning and using business concepts and theories across different industries, departments, and markets - making a proper blend between economics, business development, entrepreneurship, management, sales, and more to prepare you for a successful career. A business professional experience prepares you to work in several settings and fields, from startups to big corporations or self-employment.

Creative Native

A Creative track is perfect for students looking to use creativity and innovation and pursue a future career in Creative Arts, Marketing, PR or Communication. With the increasing use of social media, mobile and web technologies, creative arts, marketing, and communication have become more important than ever. Finding the right path in this industry is a challenge as it is highly competitive, but our internship program provides you with three things that can give your creative career a boost: in-depth industry insights, an international learning environment, and a growing professional network.

Digit Savvy

The Tech industry has been experiencing increasing demand from companies and job opportunities for the last few years. This industry is constantly changing and any student pursuing this has to be very adaptable. People that work in these areas play a key role in the sustained growth and stability of societies. By embarking on a Tech internship, you will gain exposure to various technical subjects and skill sets, as well as develop your problem-solving abilities, communication, innovation, and decision-making.

Social Solutionist

Do you want to have a positive impact on society and the environment? Nowadays, social responsibility has become one of the most important factors for a company's development, its marketing efforts, profits, reputation, and brand image. Find your way to become a social solutionist by working in different working environments, from non-profit organizations or legal corporations to governmental bodies, educational centers, or consultancy firms. Generally, these internships emphasize a multi-disciplinary approach to social, political, ethical, and environmental issues and international exposure plays an important role.

Remote Internship Experiences – Alumni Spotlight

Read about students worldwide embarking on the remote internship program: why did they decide to enroll in this program? Where are they after graduation? what tips do they have to other students considering similar opportunities?

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