Study Abroad - Other Opportunities Abroad
Intern, Research, Volunteer or Attend a Conference Abroad
UNF students have the opportunity to shape their education and career by interning abroad. Depending upon details of your internship and your major, planning an internship abroad can be a more independent option. These opportunities may be organized individually, coordinated by a college or department, or facilitated by a program provider. Internship abroad opportunities are almost always unpaid.
Amid the COVID-19 situation, some third-party providers have designed virtual internships with companies abroad. Please see the links below for Fall 2020 virtual internship opportunities. This list will be updated as new providers contact the department.
Anglo Educational Services
While the International Center does not specifically have internships abroad posted, we can help suggest some avenues. Below are the three college departments that offer internships abroad:
Coggin College of Business
Please make sure you are in communication with your academic advisor and study abroad coordinator to best understand your options. If you are interested in an internship abroad, please contact Payton Cantrell for more information.
Conference, Research, & Volunteer Abroad
The International Center is dedicated to expanding the global understanding of the UNF community. As a result, students at UNF attend conferences or conduct research abroad. These opportunities may be organized individually, coordinated by a college or department, or facilitated by a program provider.
Volunteering abroad gives students the opportunity to help others while also immersing themselves in a new culture. Volunteer opportunities may be organized individually; coordinated by a college, department, or student organization; or facilitated by a program provider. Volunteer abroad allows for increased independence, and it may be a great opportunity for past study abroad students to go abroad again. Volunteer abroad opportunities are almost always unpaid.
Make sure you talk with your Study Abroad Coordinator to best understand the process for traveling abroad. If you are interested in volunteering, in attending a conference, or conducting research abroad, please contact Payton Cantrell to best understand the processes involved.