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South Korea Internship Program 2021

South Korea, also known as “The Land of the Morning Calm,” is a unique and dynamic country that offers beautiful sceneries, a one of a kind culture, and delectable cuisine. Korea is vastly recognized as being one of the top technology hubs across the globe and is revolutionizing the industry. With an internship in Korea through AIP, you have the opportunity to explore this country first hand and experience everything it has to offer.

South Korea provides great opportunities to acquire international working experience for students and young professionals, which is beneficial to further your career. You will be highly valued if employers see that you’ve completed an international internship in South Korea. Additionally, you will have the chance to increase your network of contacts from many industry professionals.

Currently, for our Korea internship, we are offering 3 programs:

  • Seoul Internship
  • Incheon Internship
  • Busan Internship

With Korean companies continuously developing their international presence, working opportunities are expanding at a rapid rate. The Information Technology industry is well established in South Korea and is a very popular sector to undergo an international internship. In addition, other industry fields that are common to pursue in Korea are Arts & Fashion, Entrepreneurship, and PR & Marketing.

While AIP is partnered with a wide range of companies from multinational corporations to exciting startups, there are an abundant amount of opportunities available to pursue in Korea. Whether you want to do an internship during your academic studies or over the summer, we accept applications throughout the whole year.

Visa information

South Korea offers a Working Holiday Program Visa, which allows young people to travel and work in South Korea for a maximum period of 12 months. The visa also allows you to enter and re-enter the country as many times as you wish. You will be able to apply for the Working Holiday Program, provided that your internship is unpaid.

There are only a limited amount of countries that participate in this program, which include: Austria, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, France, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Sweden, Taiwan, UK, USA.

If you are not eligible for a Working Holiday Program visa, and your internship duration is less than 3 months, you will have two options; you are either eligible for a Visa Exemption (which means you can stay up to 90 days without a visa), or you can apply for a Tourist Visa.
Apply online and our staff can help you further in regards to your visa eligibility for South Korea.

Note: Immigration laws are updated frequently, so the above text may be subject to change.

If you need funding help or scholarship for this program, you could apply by clicking this link : Need to fund your internship? Click Here.

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