London Summer Internships

London, England

May 18 - July 16 OR June 15 - August 13, 2017

Program Highlights

  • Opportunity live and work in one of the largest cities in the world 
  • Learn about British Life and Culture by visiting such places as the Tate Modern, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, and Houses of Parliament
  • Live in the culturally vibrant neighborhood of Kensington (your neighbors will be Prince William and Princess Kate!)
  • Earn experience and professional skills by interning at a small or medium-sized organization 

Course and Program Information

Course Name: International Field Experience

Course Number: SA 398

Credit Number: 1-4 credits 

Designation: Experiential Learning

This program operates on a hybrid model. Students will earn CSB/SJU credit for the internship and can take the internship course for 1-4 credits. Additionally, students will also earn transfer credit from FIE in London for a British Life and Culture course they will take abroad. 

Spend your summer in an international internship in one of the most vibrant cities in the world. London offers a vast resource for experience-based learning. The work environments available to FIE interns cater to almost every major and include the various business sectors, not-for-profit, political, public sector and creative organizations. Through FIE's internship placements, you will have the opportunity to build professional skills, increase industry knowledge and experience while working in a different culture and in a major global city. 

Program Cost & Financial Considerations

The estimated Program Fee is TBD plus one to four academic credit(s) at the reduced summer tuition rate (approximately $573 per credit). 

The program fee includes:

  • Tuition for British Life & Culture course
  • Local transportation
  • Accommodations

The program fee does not include:

  • Meals (estimated at $1200)
  • Roundtrip airfare (estimated at $1400)
  • Visa fees (estimated at $550)
  • Personal expenses


Students will live in furnished flats (apartments) or residential style housing. In the flats, students will have access to common areas with televisions, WiFi, and kitchens.