International Internships in Food Science & Nutrition
If you love food and want to practice the science behind it within the context of a different culture - these are the internships for you. Intern Abroad HQ’s affordable Nutrition internships enable you to cultivate cultural intelligence, expand your global network and polish your practical skills by joining a pioneering organization of experienced food scientists abroad.
From improving the development, safety and sustainability that goes into food processing to helping treat vulnerable populations suffering from malnutrition - our global Food Science internships can be customized for students, graduates and young professionals to meet specific career goals or academic requirements.
Combine experiential learning with an overseas adventure and explore our Food Science & Nutrition internships below!Explore internships in Food Science & Nutrition
Why do your Food Science & Nutrition internship with Intern Abroad HQ?
Intern abroad or remotely with international organizations
High impact international internships with innovative and entrepreneurial host organizations
Most affordable & fully hosted
Everything organised for a single, all-inclusive fee. Intern abroad from just US$994, with accommodation included, or intern remotely from US$948.
Designed to maximize impact & learning outcomes
Our experiential learning curriculum helps you develop and articulate the job-ready skills that employers look for.
Contributes to United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal #3: Good Health and Well-Being
Our Food Science & Nutrition internships help increase access to free healthcare and health education across the globe to achieve a better standard of living and wellbeing for all.
Many employers favor candidates who have experience that aligns with their organization’s ethics. Our internships enable you to gain practical experience in your career field, while supporting global sustainable development.
Food Science & Nutrition Internship Opportunities
”During my internship, I worked alongside a nutritionist assisting patients in one of the hospitals in the center of Arusha. We supported those with malnutrition of all kinds - severe acute malnutrition in adults and children, post natal support, kidney disease (chronic and acute) as well as support with a variety of non-communicable diseases (cardiovascular disease, diabetes and hypertension for example). I attended wards to support re-nourishing acutely unwell patients - most commonly children - as well as attending a variety of outpatient clinics to work alongside the doctors and nurses, offering lifestyle and dietary change advice.”