With rich history, medieval architecture, one-of-a-kind markets, and so much more – Prague is a bustling hub of politics and culture. It’s the perfect city for people who enjoy limitless options of things to do and places to go.
No matter what you’re interested in, Prague has almost any sort of career field on demand for an internship. As a global center of finance, fashion, technology, marketing, and media, Prague has incredible internship opportunities. Internships in the Czech Republic range between 8 to 12 weeks and take place in the summer, fall, and spring.
With easy access to the rest of Europe, there will always be something for you to do and see during your internship in Prague.
With Global Experiences, you’ll have everything you need to have a life-changing adventure and gain valuable professional experience. Early applications are encouraged, because Internships in Prague are in increasingly high demand!
The AIFS Abroad inclusive program fee includes all of the great features below in addition to many pre-departure, on-site and upon-return services to help interns make the most of their time abroad.Review Our Policies
Once accepted into program we guarantee an internship in one of your approved career fields
Connecting academic goals to professional experiences
Student residence hall
Moravia (2 days)
A wide range of AIFS-organized cultural activities and social events to enrich your experience
to help with any questions or advice you may need throughout the program
24/7 emergency support and comprehensive insurance
Access to the renowned Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment and alumni network
Round-trip flights from 25 U.S. gateways
Airport transfers to and from accommodation
Kraków and Auschwitz-Birkenau, Poland (3 days)
Hiking in Northern Bohemia (2 days)
Czech Spa Town Experience (2 days)
Credit can be obtained through our School of Record, Fairfield University
Earn up to 6 credits during the summer, and up to 12 during the semester
Some universities require credit to be earned, and we cannot change a university’s requirement
AIFS Abroad provides excellent accommodations, activities, resources and staff to help interns learn about and integrate into their host community.
Live with other AIFS and international students conveniently located within easy reach of stores, restaurants and public transport.
European-style cold breakfast included Monday-Friday
Wi-Fi Internet access is included in all AIFS housing in Prague.
Nicknamed “the City of a Hundred Spires,” Prague is known for its Old Town Square which is at the heart of its historic core. The city is lined with colorful baroque buildings, Gothic churches and is home to the largest castle in the world.
Dating back to the ninth century, the Prague Castle spans an impressive 18 acres and is home to stunning cathedrals, chapels, royal palaces and gorgeous ornamental gardens.
Two famous attractions you’ll find in Prague include a graffiti wall devoted to John Lennon and the famous Astronomical Clock on the Old Town Square.
In addition to excursions, a cultural calendar of weekly activities and social events is included in your program fee. These activities will include both typical tourist sites and attractions and lesser known visits which take advantage of the expert knowledge of our local AIFS staff and give you a more authentic and insightful view of Czech life. Typical activities, tours and visits may include:
Some events may require a small supplementary fee.
The AIFS Office is right in the heart of the city in one of the oldest parts of Prague conveniently located within walking distance of the university. There is a student center, library, and a computer lab in the office, with PCs for college work or leisure. Free printing is also available, making it ideal for students to print their projects and essays on their way to class. Staff are always there to help with any issues that might arise.
AIFS can arrange volunteer activities across a variety of fields and within a range of organizations. Recent offerings have included:
Interested students should contact the Resident Director directly once they have been accepted into the program.
Tour a seasonal selection of the following: Napoleon battle site in Austerlitz, wine country, central Mikulov town, Lednice park and castle, Brno, Gregor Mendel’s Garden and Museum, the Ossuary at St. James’ Church, visit to Mucha’s Slav Epic Paintings at Moravský Krumlov, and the Moravian Karst cave complex. Dinner at Vinný sklep U Vrbů, a family-run winery in Hustopeče. Includes round-trip transportation, accommodations, and select entrance fees.
Sightseeing tours of Market Square, Wawel Castle, Podgorze District, Wieliczka Salt Mine, and the Jewish Quarter, Kazimierz. Guided visit to the former concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, now a memorial and museum. Free time to explore Kraków. Includes round-trip transportation, accommodations, daily breakfast, lunch and entrance fees.
Hike, visit scenic viewpoints, reach the highest peak in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains (Děčínský Sněžník), and hike at Tisa rocks, the filming location of Narnia. Includes round-trip transportation, accommodations, breakfast, lunch, and entrance fees.
Program is closed
Students can select an optional transportation package for all AIFS programs. Students who choose to book their own flights should meet up with group at the program location and will need to make their own ground transportation arrangements.
Below are fees by departure city based on average historical costs and subject to change. If you select this option on your application, the total flight package price will be confirmed in your account 6 months prior to departure. (Program fee is guaranteed.)