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Intern in Prague

If you choose an internship as one of your electives, we’ll use our extensive network to find you a placement—that magic combination of your skills and interests matching the company’s needs. While the actual projects on your desk will be determined by your host, you’ll learn skills that are applicable in any field, like financial planning and project management. But working in Prague means delving into the local context, too—who are the key players in the green energy space? How do national policies affect the private sector? How do your Czech colleagues interact with you and with each other? Intern in Prague and start building up your résumé…and your memories.
View overlooking Prague town square

Internship Placement Examples

British Chamber of Commerce Czech Republic

Aims to strengthen business ties between the UK and the Czech Republic. You might assist trade development activities by reaching out to companies for trade fairs, organizing databases, conducting market and company research, and designing presentations.

Digital Trends

Helps clients with anything from consultation to strategy to investment. You might design and execute marketing strategies and activities for various projects, coordinate administrative tasks, or support the development team. 

Central European Journal of International and Security Studies

CEJISS is a peer-reviewed academic journal that addresses issues in the field of international relations and security studies. You might assist with the design, organization, and publishing of the current and following journal issues.

ČEZ Group

ČEZ Group is an established electricity conglomerate headquartered in the Czech Republic but operating in many countries. You might cooperate in system deviation predictions, develop and optimize Python models, and work on predictive modeling in the H-H+2 horizon.

Forum 2000 Foundation

Aims to provide a diverse and inclusive platform for discussing world issues and exploring conflict resolution at an annual conference. You might prepare background materials for the Foundation’s projects, support PR and fundraising activities, and proofread and edit texts, among other tasks. 

Make the Most of Your Internship

Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or it’s your first time overseas, interning in a foreign work place is a great (and sometimes challenging) learning experience. The local work culture is new to you, and the in-office language might not be English—but we’ve got you covered! The Internship: Bridging Theory & Practice course familiarizes you with Czech work culture, and gives all interning students a space to discuss and learn from one another’s experiences. And if you run into a work-related issue you’d like to unpack, CET Prague faculty and staff work with you to problem-solve and ensure you’re thriving at your internship placement.