Put the odds in your favour by entrusting your internship search to CEI. Our teams target the companies whose activities best match your project, training and English proficiency level.
Discovery Internship : Ideal for students who want to have their first experience abroad. No professional experience or minimum level of English are required. You just have to be available for 1 to 2 months.
Operational Internship : Ideal for candidates in their early stages of higher education with knowledge of English. Get an abroad experience in the field of your choice within an English-speaking company. Length of the internship : from 1 to 4 months.
End-of-Studies Internship : Ideal for end-of-studies students with a B2 English level. Paid internship in the field of your choice, for 6 months to 1 year. Experience needed.
Let yourself be guided by our consultants! Our team of consultants is at your disposal to inform you and to answer all your questions. For online registration, select your program and our team will contact you within 48 hrs to explain the next steps in the procedure.
Preparing for your travel abroad
Depart with complete peace of mind — our teams will support you to prepare your stay abroad. Our team of consultants and our information officers are at your disposal to work with you to define a project and provide solutions.
Your travel to London
To ensure safe travel, benefit from a taxi transfer from the Eurostar Station or from one of London's 5 airports to your accommodation.
Follow-up and individualised support
Our team is at your disposal throughout your stay. Our success depends on you having an enriching experience and a high quality stay.
the companies that place their trust in us
Job & Internship offers
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