Work Abroad

Items to Note:

  • Typically, participants are paid, positions are most common in non-career related work in the service and tourism sector or teaching English, and do not require specific skills often necessary for internships.
  • Work experiences are not eligible for academic credit or financial aid.
  • Questions for possible work placements:
    • What are the consequences (financial or otherwise) if one leaves the program before the time agreed to?
    • What happens if one is not placed in a position or if the placement is not satisfactory?
    • What support services are provided by the organization?

Work Abroad Opportunities
Please note: These lists are for informational purposes only, inclusion of any given program on the list should not be taken as an endorsement of that program by the NC State Study Abroad Office.

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