30 minute free culture talks to celebrate International Education Week! These short sessions are designed to help students dive deeper into the unique working culture in four of our top locations.
Join us and learn from employers and program alumni as they share valuable insights and advice on interviewing, working and networking in these countries.
Monday, Nov 15 at 9 am EST / 3 pm CET / 10 pm Singapore time
Learn all things Singaporean culture and how they function in working and social environments, the most common culture shocks and how to adapt to them, what are the top industries for internships in Singapore and what students interning in Singapore say about the most global green city!
Featuring Visual Studio, a marketing and advertising agency who represents companies such as HBO, Samsung, PwC, Singapore General Hospital and more.
Tuesday, Nov 16 at 12 pm EST / 6 pm CET / 6 pm Sweden time
What do you know about the most prolific tech hub in Europe? Join us to listen to both students who interned in the Swedish capital and employers based in the city: Swedish working culture, top industries in Stockholm, culture shocks and best practices to succeed as an intern. How to apply? How to interview for a startup in Stockholm? How to network with supervisors and colleagues? Stay up until the end for the Q&A!
Featuring Ion Game Design, a Swedish board game developer, publisher, & board game consultant agency.
Wednesday, Nov 17 at 12 pm EST / 6 pm CET
Is Spain as casual as people say? Does siesta really exist? What’s an average working time in Barcelona or Madrid? If you’re interested in the Spanish work life balance and the most popular culture shocks of students interning in Spain, this talk is for you!
Featuring Medicsen, a start-up medical device company for the smart treatment of diabetes and other chronic diseases.
Thursday, Nov 18 at 8 am EST / 2 pm CET / 10 pm Japan time
Ready for one of the most different working cultures compared to the West? Learn surprising things about Japanese work culture, how to adapt smoothly as an international intern, what are the top industries in Tokyo and what the interview process is like with an Asian employer. Come ready to fire your questions at the end!
Featuring Communion, a boutique PR & Communications agency who represents companies such as Cartier, New Balance, La Maison du Chocolat, JM Weston and more.