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Internships

Bard College Berlin offers advanced students the opportunity to gain practical experience alongside their studies by completing an optional internship. Students have been active in a wide range of fields, including the arts, human rights, publishing, and education. 
About the Internship Program

About the Internship Program

The internship program comprises two components: the internship and the internship course. The internship provides students with the chance to contribute to an organization’s or individual’s work. The internship course is designed to embed the internship into an academic framework in combination with reflective examination of the role of these organizations and individuals within Berlin and internationally. Students receive academic credit upon successful completion of both the internship and the internship course.

An account of students’ internship stories and an overview of internship locations can be found at the following link:

Internship Course

Bard College Berlin assists students in finding an internship placement that matches their qualifications and interests. Internship placements are competitive, and all students applying for an internship enroll in the internship course during the course registration period. Both components are essential to the internship program.

How to Apply

If you are an advanced student and would like to apply for an internship, please visit the How to Apply section, where you will find all the relevant information. 

Internship Host Information

Are you an individual or organization interested in offering an internship to one of our students?

Bard College Berlin welcomes individuals and organizations to apply as new internship hosts. Hosts can expect committed students with typically at least two years of university experience, who are available for part-time, three-month internships.