NC State Global Internship Program

Please refer to the Study Abroad Office program page for more information on the credit awarded.

Program Overview

Students in the Global Internship Program in Spain will work with small to midsize companies and start-ups in a variety of industries. Students will work with COWA to identify potential internship sites and meet with prospective employers. Due to immigration laws, students can not be paid, but will receive NC State credit for the internship. During weekends students will have free time in Seville enjoying its heritage of bullfighting, tapas, and flamenco. Seville is safe and easy to navigate via public transportation, on foot, or even with the bike-share program.


M 399: Professional Global Internship in Management (6 Credits)

This course provides an opportunity for undergraduate students enrolled in completing a global summer internship offered by the Office of Global Programs. Students must have applied and been accepted into the Global Internship Program to participate in this course and must be placed in a global internship assignment in the locations of programs offered. The length of the internship should be at least 8 weeks and must consist of a minimum of 300 work hours (for 6 credits).

Partnership with Student Mobility

Learn more about Student Mobility

Connecting Worlds Abroad (COWA) and Student Mobility have a long standing
partnership and some of COWA ́s past students have actually completed some
of their internships with us.

Student Mobility (TSM) is a company specialized in the administration of internship programs, helping to connect companies and interns as part of their educational processes. Student Mobility boasts a network of 2,700 partner companies in multiple sectors of activity. At least 200 of them have their headquarters or offices in Seville, and regularly host international interns, such that they are culturally adapted to these programs.

Most Common Internships

Historically, these are the most demanded fields, though we can provide custom
programs for groups, since we have years of experience in the field and a wide
local network of partner companies

What our Interns are saying….

Current Internship Placements

Learn more about these companies


A prominent organization dedicated to facilitating international education opportunities for students from Latin America. With a focus on connecting students with educational institutions in Australia and other countries, LAE Edu provides comprehensive support and services to help students achieve their academic and professional goals abroad.


 A distinguished organization dedicated to fostering international education and cultural exchange. The mission of COWA is providing an affordable study abroad option for every college student. They believe that all students should have the opportunity to study abroad before they graduate. To meet this goal, they work with their collaborating universities to ensure that the programs offered are tailored to students’ different needs.


A dynamic e-commerce and digital marketing agency based in Spain, dedicated to helping businesses grow and succeed in the digital landscape. With a focus on creating bespoke e-commerce solutions and effective marketing strategies, Multiplicalia has established itself as a trusted partner for companies looking to enhance their online presence and drive sales.


A cutting-edge technology company specializing in artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions. Established to revolutionize the way businesses leverage AI, focuses on developing innovative software and tools that enhance operational efficiency, decision-making, and customer engagement.


Interns will be able to select their housing option from the list below



Address: Avenida de la Palmera 17, Sevilla

Room Type: Double rooms with shared bathrooms, various types of single rooms, and adapted rooms. 

Room Includes: a private bathroom and a small office where you’ll have your own fridge and microwave, as well as comfortable, modern, and functional equipment.

Amenities: Swimming pool, Gym, study rooms, 24h reception and garden area.

Dining: Daily plans available for a fee



Address: Calle Antonio Maura Montaner, 6, 41013 Sevilla

Room Type: Studios with Kitchen (different premiums available) 

Room Includes: Fully equipped with everything you need to make your experience truly unforgettable: private bathroom ensuite, a fully fitted kitchen (sink, microwave, fridge freezer, induction hobs and extractor hood), air conditioning (hot and cold), Smart TV and 100 Mb Wi-Fi.

Amenities: Swimming pool, Gym, Library, Common room, Cinema, Game room, Laundry, and Terrance.

Dining: Daily plans available for a fee



Address: Av. de la Palmera 38, Sevilla, 41012

Room Type: Studio & Twin studios 

Room Includes: Storage space, study area, spacious wardrobe and shelves, dishwasher & washing machine. Private kitchen & bathroom.

Amenities: Rooftop swimming pool, Coworking space, Study area, Game room, Shared kitchen, Gym, and Outdoor cinema. 

Calendars and Schedules

NC State Course Assignment Calendar 

Week 1  Settle in and start work 
Week 2 Work at Internship Site 

Learning Objectives – DUE SATURDAY, JUNE 8

Week 3 Bi-Weekly Summary – DUE SATURDAY, JUNE 15
Week 4 Work at Internship Site
Week 5 Work at Internship Site
Week 6 Work at Internship Site 

Bi-Weekly Summary – DUE MONDAY, JULY 1

Week 7 Work at Internship Site 

Bi-Weekly Summary – DUE SUNDAY, JULY 15

Week 8 Work at Internship Site
Week 9  Work at Internship Site 

Presentation Document DUE THURSDAY, JULY 25

Bi-Weekly Summary DUE TUESDAY,, AUGUST 1

Week 10  Manager’s Evaluation DUE TUESDAY, AUGUST 1
Week 11 DUE AUGUST 3

 Student Internship Evaluation

Update Resume 

Reflection Paper 

Excursiones y Visitas a Monumentos 

Visits with (*) are available for an extra fee.

Friday, May 31 Students arrive in Seville and go directly to Xior Residence Hall 

Welcome Dinner at Barrabar’s 

(Cardenal Bueno Monreal, 33)

Monday, June 3 Internship begins
Tuesday, July 9 Seville Cathedral * 

Meeting point: Plaza Virgen de los Reyes

Friday, July 12 – Sunday, July 14  Trip to Cordoba and Granada * 

(Leave from Livensa Residence Hall, 

Calle Antonio Mauro Montaner, 3) 

Tuesday, July 16  Basilippo Olive Oil Factory * 

Meeting point: COWA

Friday, July 19 Cooking Class * 

Meeting Point: Plaza del Altozano 

Saturday, July 20 Beach Trip * 

(Leave from Livensa Residence Hall, 

Calle Antonio Mauro Montaner, 3)

Friday, July 26 Last day of internship 

Flamenco Show * 

Goodbye Dinner at Picanton 

(C. Cuna, 5, Casco Antiguo) 



Saturday, July 27  Students depart Seville 

Information and Application

General Information


May 31, 2024 – July 27, 2024

GPA Requirement 

N/A (2.0+ GPA) 


Xior Residence Hall

  • The application deadline is determined by NC State
  • Students must complete their application through the NC State Study Abroad Office to be considered for the program.

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