Internships in Dublin

Intern in Dublin with Intern Abroad HQ, the global leader in impactful internships. Affordable and accessible internships in Ireland provide valuable workplace and industry experience within one of the European Union’s only English-speaking member states.

Entry level internship experiences are available in the Tourism industry, from just a minimum duration requirement of 2 weeks. Internships placements within the fields of Marketing and Sales, Education, and Hospitality are accessible to participants from durations of just 4 weeks. Dublin is a vibrant city to experience year-round and internships can begin every week.

Come prepared for an urban adventure in and around Ireland’s economic hub. Dublin has grown into a leading operational and enterprise base for top companies within the technology and finance sectors. However, the lure of the Emerald Isle doesn’t stop at the capital city. Interns in Ireland have fantastic opportunities to explore during weekends and travel further afield during their time abroad, combining professional growth with excellent cultural and touristic experiences.

At a glance...

    • Entry level programs from 2 weeks
    • Start dates every Monday
    • Intern fees from US$1,689
    • Accommodation included
    • Reflective learning course
    • 24/7 in-country support
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Education Administration internships in Ireland

Education Administration

Internship abroad in Dublin, Ireland

Interns who focus on Education Administration in Dublin may be placed at a government accredited language school or private language school in Dublin. These roles are typically non-classroom based and inclusive of providing administrative support within the educational facility. Alternatively, interns who join during the summer months (late June to early August) may join summer camp placements for youth.

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Irish Hospitality Internship in Dublin

Irish Hospitality & Hotel Management

Internship abroad in Dublin, Ireland

When you think of Ireland, a number of cheerful images can spring to mind. The incredible culture and warm hospitality, vibrant restaurants, gourmet pub and cafe scenes… Dublin is well known for the festive Temple Bar district, excellent eateries and friendly people, so there’s no better city to gain world-class experience, whether in hotel management, food service, or both.

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Sales & Marketing internships in Dublin - Ireland

Sales & Marketing

Internship abroad in Dublin, Ireland

If you’re passionate about brand management, marketing strategy, digital marketing, distribution and sales, this internship will provide invaluable experience which you can take in alongside the lively Irish culture. A variety of internships placements that are available within this field can provide insight into activities such as market research, consumer behavior, marketing strategy, and more.

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Tourism Operations internship in Dublin Ireland

Tourism Operations

Internship abroad in Dublin, Ireland

This exciting internship provides great insight into tourism operations in Dublin, along with the awesome opportunity to experience the “The Emerald Isle” through the eyes of a tourist. Interns are placed with a tourism operator, where they may join tours to critically assess activities, while also contributing to marketing content and strategy and ongoing operational development.

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All Intern Abroad HQ programs include a guided reflection course, which combines personal development with professional competency building. Interns receive weekly reflection modules to complete during their program, which foster the acquisition of essential soft skills for employability and a resilient career. Each reflective journaling task introduces a new topic, presents learning objectives, and provides specific prompts that inspire and guide the learning process.

Intern Abroad HQ does not award grades for the completion of our internship programs, but interns can be supported to independently arrange academic credit through their home educational provider. Upon completion of the internship duration and reflection course, interns receive a portfolio as documentation of their experience. This includes a certificate of internship completion, alongside a summary of the internship goals, skill development, highlights, and a compilation of the reflection work.