Most students will be able to undertake an internship for between 3 and 8
months duration, but the length of the internship will depend on the program the student is enrolled in.
Keep in mind that the interns come, not only for the professional experience, but also for the cultural and personal experience. Therefore, we recommend you to limit the working hours to no more than 40 hours a week. The intern’s home institution may have further restrictions on this, but it will depend on the program and institution.
Yes, but let us know if you intend to recruit the intern for a permanent position. In that case, we will find interns that are in the last semester of their degrees to avoid a gap in employment.
The intern will have a health and travel insurance plan from the home country, but your company’s liability insurance should also cover the intern while at work. The intern, nor the home institution or Studysea can be held liable for damages. Organization or interns that do not have a liability insurance, may purchase this through Studysea.
Yes. The intern’s home institution may require that a learning agreement/internship agreement is signed, to insure that the internship fulfils the required learning objectives. In addition, Studysea may require a seperate internship agreement to be confirmed. This depends on the package that the intern has applied through and which country your company is based in.
Although our interns are mature and independent, a supervisor must be available to guide the intern.
Yes, we require that your company is registered to do business in the country where the primary internship site is.
It is nice if you do, but it is not required, unless you are a company in Ho Chi Minh City that is covered under our HCMC Package.
In most cases yes, but this will depend heavily on the type of internship and the intern’s background. Do not recruit an intern with the objective of replacing a regular employee.
The recruitment cycle is typically around six months. Most students, when approached, are enrolled and need to complete their current semester before they can go abroad.
Yes, upon request.
No, unless you are a host organization covered under our HCMC Package or Hospitality Package, then you will be required to provide meals during working hours.
No, unless you are a host organization covered under ou Hospitality Package.
Danish interns will lose their right to government funding if they receive salary. However, additional expenses that relate to their internship abroad, can be covered by the host organization, such as flight, housing, insurance etc. International students that are not eligible for the Danish government funding, will be dependent on a salary. In general, host organizations with attractive benefits are more likely to receive applications.
Danish students receive a monthly living allowance (SU) of approx. 800 Euros per month (before taxes).