Explore the world
as an intern abroad.
Explore the world as an intern abroad.
With over 15 years of experience, we at StudentsGoAbroad leverage our international network of verified companies and projects, to help you find your next internship, study program or volunteer project abroad. Customized and tailored to your wishes!
Certified travels & internships
Educational experiences tailored to your needs
tailored to your needs
At StudentsGoAbroad, we believe that educational travel is a life-changing experience that everyone should have the opportunity to experience. As an international agency specializing in internships, study programs, and volunteer projects, we are committed to helping students and young professionals pursue their passions and gain valuable new experiences. Our team offers personalized support and customized placements, making the process smooth and tailored to your needs.
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More than just internships.
Adventure travel in the US? Or working in a volunteer project in Bali? Whatever you dream of, our team will help to make it a reality.
Become one of thousands of SGA alumni.
Become one of
thousands of SGA alumni
Over the past 13+ years we have assisted thousands of volunteers, interns, and aspiring professionals to fulfill their dream of going abroad. Read the testimonials from a few of our proud alumni. Make sure to book your consultation if you have any questions.
IT Volunteer in the Dominican Republic
“To conclude, I can say that these five weeks had been such a leading, exciting, and great experience which I’d highly recommend to each one of you, especially fresh graduates who want to broaden your horizons and are full of zest for action.”
Media Relations Internship in New York, USA
Last year I contacted Studentsgoabroad, determined to find an internship in New York. They've been very helpful from the very beginning, guiding me through all the processes, which are more complicated and expensive than expected and answering all questions (in my case like hundreds of thousands) in less than 24 hours. Soon after joining the program, I had two successful interviews with companies in the USA. During my stay, I've learned a lot. It's been a continuous learning process and I have developed and grown tremendously. Don't be afraid to ask and propose new ideas!
Law Internship in London, England
"It's like seeing the other side of London; I had a hard time saying goodbye, I made such lovely friends and family who were so dear to me."
Marketing Internship in Sydney, Australia
"I really have to say that my time in Australia could not have been any better. I have experienced amazingly much and taken all of that back with me to Germany – memories, friendships and knowledge. Even though it might be hard at first to take such a huge step, I can only advise everyone to muster all of their courage and go abroad. No one can ever take this experience from you and it makes you grow, you become wiser and more confident. And above all, you will never forget this time because there is no way it will not take your breath away!"
Biotech Internship in Valencia, Spain
"The time in Valencia was simply unforgettable. I learned an incredible amount both professionally and interculturally. I also met many great people with whom I hope to stay in contact for a long time. I can only recommend to everyone to dare going on a similar journey at least once in their life."
Politics Internship in Dublin, Ireland
"My time in Ireland flew by! As an intern at a global NGO in Dublin, I've been learning about issues like corruption and how to fight it. The country really fascinated me, already after a short time there. The people were incredibly warm, open and very helpful."
Marketing Internship in Barcelona, Spain
"Barcelona really felt like home! I love the people, the places, the food, well, everything! I found it very easy to socialize and befriend others, because in Barcelona, people are very friendly, open-minded, and communicative."
HR Internship in London, England
"During my internship, I was responsible for the internal recruitment for the associated company in New York and guided potential candidates through application procedures. Working in Waterloo at the London Eye, I often spent my lunch breaks with colleagues at the shore. As I worked for a company with mostly younger staff, it was sort of easy for me to get acquainted or befriend my British colleagues. Even some of them are still my good friends up to now, and I am certain that we will have the chance to meet again in the future."
Volunteer in Barcelona, Spain
"I worked for a non-profit organization (NGO). Sometimes surfing and yoga events were also held along with beach cleaning. To me, it was mostly about having fun while doing something good for the planet."