Dublin Internship Package is for those who want help finding an unpaid internship in Dublin, Ireland.
We are able to facilitate internships within the following disciplines:
Architecture, Electronics, Graphic Design, IT/Computers, Programming, Software Development, Telecoms, Advertising/Marketing, Business Development, Financial Services, Hospitality/Hotels, Human Resources, Journalism, Law, Logistics/ Shipping, Market Research, Photography, PR/Communications, Property/Real Estate, Recruitment/HRM, Retail/Trade, Travel/Tourism, Charity/NGO, Cultural Heritage, Education, Leisure/Fitness, Media/Film, Politics and Social Services
You must meet the following requirements to apply for the Dublin Internship Package:
No later than 10 weeks prior to planned start date.
We guarantee to find you an internship. If we fail, you will get your money back.
We will provide you with an application guide, which provides tips on how to prepare a good internship application and how to prepare for an interview.
Before submitting your application to a host organization, we will provide feedback and suggest improvements to your CV and application documents if deemed necessary.
Once, your internship is confirmed, we will provide you with a pre-departure guide that will help prepare you for your journey and your internship.
We screen the internship and host organization to ensure there is a match between your preferences and the requirements of your education.
Every third week, social evenings are arranged for interns in Dublin. Interns from different companies and with different nationalities meet at a pub to network and meet new people.
When a host organization has offered you an internship placement, we will provide you with an internship agreement that your internship will be based on.
When a suitable host organization has confirmed interest in you, we will coordinate an interview (if required).
Support from our partner in Ireland throughout your stay.
Emergency hotline is available in case you experience difficulties during your stay.
Are you ready to apply? Great! We are ready to help you to the internship of your dreams. To get started, please follow the application steps.
Please email the below supporting documents to email@example.com:
If your application is accepted, we will send you an invoice for the first installment of the internship package. Please follow the payment instructions on the invoice.
Studysea checks your CV and application and suggest improvements when necessary.
When a host organization expresses interest in you, our partner will contact you and invite you to an interview with the host (typically via Skype or telephone).
If an internship placement is offered after an interview, an internship agreement will be prepared and sent to you for approval and signature.
When your internship is confirmed, it is time to pay you second and final installment of the internship package. Please follow the payment instructions on the invoice.
Dublin Internship Package costs 1,289 EUR.
Payment is due in two installments. First installment of 500 EUR is due by application. The second and final installment is due when the internship is confirmed.
*Interns will be required to purchase a travel and health insurance through Studysea as well at an additional cost. Prices vary and depend on the length of your stay. Contact us for a quotation.
Most internships are unpaid and you will be expected to cover your living expenses during your stay in Ireland.
If your institution receives funding from the Erasmus+ program, you may be eligible for an Erasmus stipend of 470 EUR per month (2019-20 rate).
In addition to your internship package fee and living expenses, you may need to budget for additional costs related to your trip and internship such as:
*Mandatory and must be purchased through Studysea
Pre-arranged housing such as homestay or self-catered housing is available. Prices range from 185 to 218 EUR per month.
Improve your English by taking language courses. Prices vary.
Airport transfer costs 65 EUR each way.
All prices are subject to change and printing errors.