International Internships in Social Sciences

Enhance your people skills, deepen your cultural intelligence and make a difference to communities around the world with Psychology, Law, International Relations, Social Work and Education internships.

Intern Abroad HQ’s diverse range of Social Science internships offer the unique opportunity to work on real world projects for those passionate about human rights, mental health and education. Your Social Science internship program is supplemented by expert guidance, wrap-around support and our exclusive experiential learning curriculum.

Affordable Social Science internships are available both abroad and remotely with year-round start dates and flexible durations. These internship programs can be customized to meet your academic requirements or career goals.

Discover our diverse range of social science internships to match your desired career field or academic discipline below!

Learn to manage a classroom, support disadvantaged communities and improve access to education around the world. Whether you want to work with women, children, young people or provide special needs support, you’ll gain insight into culturally diverse education practices and styles of learning on these exciting internships abroad.
Get a taste of the justice system in another country and intern alongside experienced lawyers, attorneys and judges around the world. Whether you’re a human rights advocate or an aspiring attorney, you can intern remotely or abroad to gain experience with policy research, litigation, casework, evidence analysis and more.
Learn about psychological diagnoses and treatments while improving access to mental health services and gaining hands-on experience. Whether you want to intern remotely or abroad, there are opportunities to shadow consultations, develop tools for psychological interventions and carry out clinical research.
If you’re a people person and want to give back to communities abroad, this is the internship for you. With remote and overseas options available, you can support children, at risk youth, refugees and people living with disabilities, while helping tackle issues such as poverty, conflict resolution, HIV/AIDS, substance abuse and gender issues.