Feender.com did a research on corporate internship programs and chose the 5 locations which seem to be very exotic and promising.Still for many people it may be surprising that it’s possible to go there for an internship.
5. TanzaniaA country in East Africa, which is known for its world-famous national park, Serengeti. The name “Tanzania” is derived from Tanganyika and Zanzibar, which were former British Colonies that united to form a republic.
This country is a quite popular African business location for European and American companies. Jobs and internships in Tanzania are offered by, among others, Royal BAM Group (a Dutch-based international construction company, famous for building Amsterdam Arena stadium, http://bam.eu/) and Deloitte (one of the Big Four consulting firms, https://mycareer.deloitte.com/global/en).
4. PanamaThanks to the channel connecting two oceans, a small Latin American country became a regional business centre. Having a tropical climate, with early morning temperature of about 24 °C (75.2 °F), this is a perfect location for all those who want to be working like-on-a-vacation. And the literally hottest place in our ranking.
Internship opportunities in Panama are available from such companies as Deloitte (mentioned above) and P&G (http://jobs-pg.com/pa/panama-city-jobs)
3. KazakhstanMaybe not literally hot place, but – famous, thanks to Borat. It’s rich with oil, so most oil companies have their offices there. One of them, Chevron, gives an opportunity to complete there an internship program.
Not only global oil companies are present there with their internship programs. There’s quite a lot global NGOs, with World Bank among them, offering jobs and internships at their office in Almaty, the capital city of Kazakhstan.
2. Cayman IslandsThis British Oversear Territory located in the West Caribbean is perceived as one of the tax havens, as it collects no income tax, capital gains tax or corporation tax. No wonder that global big fish of business want to have an office there. Among others, you can apply for jobs and internships at Deloitte and Chevron at their Cayman offices.
Apart from being a tax haven, Cayman Islands is a nice place to live. There are two seasons: wet and dry, and temperature ranging from 25°C to 35°C and the only drawback of the climate are tropical cyclones that form during the Atlantic hurricane season from June to November.