Boston University: Geneva - Internship Program

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The Geneva Internship program combines coursework at the Boston University Geneva Center with professional work experience in or near Geneva. During the first part of the program, students take one required core course and one elective course. ... read more

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OVERALL RATING 3.6
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I learned to work in an international community - Fordham University View Entire Review
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Yes. - Providence College View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Boston University: Geneva - Internship Program
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Absolutely. Gain independence and self knowledge, as well as a thorough understanding and comfortablility with the city both an an emotional, academic, and professional level. - The College of William and Mary View Entire Review
My career plans were not really altered by the program. I was given a greater appreciation for other cultures, particularly how they view the U.S. - Villanova University View Entire Review
My study abroad experience was very worthwhile. I met many interesting people I would not otherwise have met, traveled to many interesting places, and made meaningful connections with a variety of health professionals - Rice University View Entire Review
- Simmons College View Entire Review

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The Geneva Internship program combines coursework at the Boston University Geneva Center with professional work experience in or near Geneva.

During the first part of the program, students take one required core course and one elective course. Students also meet with the program’s internship advisors in order to be placed according to ability, professional goals, experience, work habits, and availability of local placements.

During the final eight weeks, students enroll in an internship. Students work full time, four days per week, while enrolling in one elective course, which meets once a week for a full day depending on their track choice; this course will usually be either on a Tuesday or Thursday.

Students also choose from one of two tracks and must specify their track selection at the time of submitting an application: International Relations or Public Health.

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