Internships in Rome
Internships in Italy are located in Rome, where nearly 3,000 years of global influence have earned it’s moniker as the Eternal City. Considered the birthplace of western civilization, the city’s attractions are infamous, awe-inspiring, visually stunning and seemingly endless. There’s no better place to intern abroad, if you’re looking for an epic European internship experience that’s both personally enriching and professionally outstanding.
Intern Abroad HQ offers an affordable combination program, including an internship placement in Rome, accompanied by Italian language lessons. Durations are available from just 6 weeks for intermediate Italian speakers (B1 and B2 or higher) and 8 weeks for beginners. The Italian language lessons are included in the chosen internship duration and are taken prior to beginning internship placement activities. This academically focused approach builds confidence and language competency prior to the commencement of the internship. Exciting internship fields include architecture, cultural and artistic heritage, international law, human rights, ecology and more.
Agriculture internships in Italy offer placement opportunities at farms and other agricultural ventures outside of Rome, such as food analysis laboratories and food production companies. Internship activities can be related to business administration and development, production harvesting, and laboratory data analysis.Check availability Learn more
Architecture internships in Italy offer opportunities within placements such as architecture studios, interior design studios, website agencies and graphic design agencies. Interns typically have the opportunity to assist with project design and should come prepared to utilize computer software for various rendering and graphic design tasks.Check availability Learn more
Cultural and Artistic Heritage internships in Italy offer a broad scope of creative placement opportunities, which can be based at museums, galleries, local and international cultural and artistic associations. Interns typically have the opportunity to participate in the planning and organization of events, exhibits, and cultural activities.Check availability Learn more
Environmental Conservation and Ecology internships in Italy offer placement opportunities within analysis laboratories, municipal offices for ecology and environmental protection, environmental product companies, national parks, and associations for ecology and environmental protection.Check availability Learn more
International Law and Human Rights internships in Italy offer a range of placements across agencies and associations for human development and the protection of human rights. Internship activities can involve research, data analysis, reporting, event planning, social media development, marketing and more.Check availability Learn more
Marketing and Communication internships in Italy offer placement opportunities within the marketing and communication departments of various companies, as well as marketing agencies, communication and graphic design agencies. Activities typically have a focus on social media marketing and digital communications, so an understanding of these mediums is required.Check availability Learn more
Sales internships in Italy offer placements across a broad variety of companies, with different areas of interest and stores. Internship tasks can include assisting with business development strategies, helping to conduct research for investors, assisting vendors, fiscal, administration and accounting activities.Check availability Learn more
Social Work internships in Italy offer placement opportunities within social assistance bureaus and cooperatives. These may be local, national, or international associations for the support of disadvantaged people. Interns may participate in various planning events to promote economic and social welfare.Check availability Learn more
Sustainable Tourism internships in Italy offer a broad scope of placement opportunities, which are primarily based with sustainable tourism companies/associations. Interns typically have the opportunity to participate in the creation of sustainable relationships between Rome’s tourist sites, visitors, and local authorities. Activities can include the planning of itineraries and tours.Check availability Learn more
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.