Saint Martin’s University School of Business has established an outstanding and distinct internship program designed to help students get the most out of their undergraduate degree. In today’s competitive job market having real world experience can change a otherwise decent applicant into and outstanding one. Business administration and accounting students are encouraged to participate in an internship during their junior and/ or senior year.
Note: The completed internship contract and final student evaluation should be turned into the internship director. Also, if you are an International Student, you only need a signature from OIPD on the internship contract.
Information for potential and current interns
Information for potential and current employers
International Scholars Program in Business Administration
The Saint Martin’s University School of Business has a signature International Scholars Track in Business Administration that is distinguished by integrating a study abroad requirement in Asia (Japan or Korea) and Europe (Germany) for all participating students.
The Business and Economic Summer Term (BEST) is a 5 week study abroad tour in Duisburg, Germany. It is open to School of Business juniors, seniors, and graduate students.
While other business programs may offer courses in international business, very few provide integrated study abroad experiences in both Asia and Europe as part of their curriculum. This program is designed for the business student who has a strong interest in international cultures, languages, and aims to be a leader in the business world. Acceptance into this prestigious program provides scholarships for travel to and from the partner universities and most study abroad experiences are included in Saint Martin’s tuition. All courses at our international partner universities are delivered in English, so no specific language prerequisites are required.