Colombia Internship Program

Colombia – The Emerging Markets Internship Program

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Medellin, Colombia was named City of the Year by The Wall Street Journal and Citi Group

Our Program


Colombia is an exhilarating emerging economy in full swing. Colombia is rich with natural resources and with the second biggest population in South America, leading investment banks such as JP Morgan have labelled the country the next star of Latin America.

In today’s globalized world, professional internship experience in an emerging economy is an extremely valuable boost to a resume. The old guard is changing and it will be the emerging economies that provide the growth to drive the world forward this century.

We are the leading provider of international internships and have chosen Colombia, one of the world’s most exciting and fastest growing economies, for our emerging markets internship program.

Having partnered with the Colombian government and a range of Latin American blue chip companies, we are able to offer amazing international internship opportunities for the most talented and ambitious. We offer professional internships across all sectors – including political internships direct with the Colombian government, finance internships with top Latin American investment banks such as the largest on the continent BTG Pactual and Business Development roles in top international firms such as Hewlett Packard.

We offer successful applicants a professional internship, in the sector of their choice. Our emerging markets internship program offers comprehensive personal and professional development.

Interning in Colombia offers applicants an amazing opportunity to gain vital work experience in a top business, develop extensive networks, improve Spanish language skills and, crucially, experience an emerging economy in rapid development.

Apply now and gain a major head start with our Colombia, Emerging Markets internship program.

Colombia – The rising star of Latin America

Colombia is an exhilarating emerging economy in full swing. With the second largest population in South America and an abundant wealth of natural resources it has long held great potential.JP Morgan
Colombia is an exhilarating emerging economy in full swing. With the second largest population in South America and an abundant wealth of natural resources it has long held great potential.JP Morgan

Colombia’s great potential is finally being realized, the economy is flying and the world´s press is taking notice. Foreign investment is flooding into the country. Time Magazine calls Colombia “the most exciting new global player”.

Visitors are immediately seduced by Colombia´s breathtaking scenery. World class beaches, untouched forests, bustling cities…Colombia has it all! Combined with its rich cultural heritage and the warmth of its people, Colombia makes for a spellbinding place to visit. Perhaps this is why readers of the New York Times recently voted it the second most attractive tourist destination in the world. A Latin American gem.

Medellin, the City of Eternal Spring

Set in a stunning valley, surrounded by lush greenery on all sides, the city of Medellin is the vibrant base for our programs in Colombia. Known as the City of Eternal Spring, Medellin is the 2nd largest city in Colombia and her business and industrial heart being Headquarters of the majority of Colombia´s and many of Latin America´s largest companies. Mingle with the locals, known as `Paisas´, whom those in the know describe as some of the friendliest people on earth. Medellin is renowned for its civic pride and the city is exceptionally well taken care of by its `Paisa´ inhabitants. Culture and nightlife combine to make this a standout destination. The weather is the icing on the cake: Medellin has an outstanding, humidity-free climate with an average temperature of 25 degrees, all year round.

Read why so many, including our Managing Director David Lloyd, are betting on Colombia on CNN International.

Internship Program


The Intern Group program is more than an internship – it’s an entire experience. Each program also includes everything that you need in order to make the most of your internship and your time in Colombia. All you have to do is take that step and meet us in Medellin. Our team will do the rest.
In addition to your guaranteed professional internship, each Intern Group program includes the following:
  • Professional development tools and resources

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  • Great support from our full-time local team with local expertise, from start to finish

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  • An active international community where weekday/weekend activities are constantly planned

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  • A full calendar of social and cultural events

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Included in every internship program are:

  • Professional internship
  • Quality accommodation (private bedroom in good area)
  • Professional development tools & training (communication, teamwork and interpersonal skills)
  • Industry-leading workplace performance assessment (created by global HR firm DDI International)
  • Expert training materials on key topics to help you get the most out of your internship experience
  • Wonderful city tour immersing yourself in the history and fabric of this country
  • Day trip to el Peñol and Guatape, an stunning village 2 hours away from Medellin
  • Unlimited use of lovely outdoor swimming pool via our partner university (only if taking Spanish classes)
  • Airport pick-up and drop-off (private car to take you to and from the airport and direct to your apartment upon arrival)
  • 24/7 emergency assistance from local staff
  • Written pre-trip Welcome Pack
  • Welcome orientation
  • Welcome package including city maps, important program information & transportation card
  • An active international community of interns in Colombia with regular events and activities organized
  • Visa assistance (where required)
  • Academic credit assistance (where required)
  • Expedited flights and insurance through our partner companies
  • Access to Medical Emergency Specialists in 5 cities in Colombia wherever you are

Career Benefits


Our programs provide exceptional professional development resources custom designed to amplify participants’ skills and help them make the most of their experience in order to achieve their career goals and objectives.

Professional Development Tool

We have partnered with one of the world’s leading HR organizations (DDI International) to provide all of our participants with a “DISC” workplace personality and skills assessment, usually exclusive to CEO’s and corporate leaders. With this tool, you can evaluate and better understand how you interact with others in the workplace and the relationships that you create there. The advice and guidance from this tool will enable you to effectively manage the impression people have of you and to build stronger relationships to make your work more efficient and effective.

Expert Training Materials

In collaboration with HR experts, we have developed a library of training materials on a number of key topics essential to your development and growth. They include: interview techniques; making a lasting impression in the workplace; building your personal brand; resolving difficult situations and leveraging your internship experience into a successful career. These materials are carefully designed to complement your international internship and to help you excel in a global job market.

Housing



Map of the Area | Shared Apartment | Family Homestay

We provide you with pleasant and comfortable accommodation in the best and safest neighborhoods of Medellin.

You can choose from two accommodation options: A Shared Apartment or a Family Homestay


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ACCOMMODATION


Medellin is a gorgeous city with much to offer. To make it a bit easier to get an idea of the places in which we live, work and play, here is our Intern Latin America Map. Marked with the locations of our accommodation, the nearest ATMs and supermarkets, this is a tool to help you gain an understanding of how the city is laid out, and to learn about the cool things you can do in Medellin.

In 2012 Medellin won a global Sustainable Transport Award. It is incredibly easy to navigate, as the local government has prioritized innovative public transport. Taxis in the city are everywhere. Safe and cheap, they make getting from A to B quick and easy.

All of our accommodation is located in the three nicest areas of the city: El Poblado, Laureles and Sabaneta. These areas are well located for our internships, as well as being close to the nearest universities where our interns undertake Spanish courses.



Shared Apartment



Map of the Area | Shared Apartment | Family Homestay

The shared apartment option allows you to live with vetted local Colombians and/or other participants on our program!
This option is best if you want to immediately make new friends and start exploring the city!


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Homestay with a Colombian family



Map of the Area | Shared Apartment | Family Homestay

The homestay option provides you with a private bedroom in the apartment or house of a Colombian family. This option is guaranteed to help your Spanish, get you straight into local life and customs and serves as a great way to make Colombian friends and contacts! All families used by us have been vetted thoroughly, and they are experienced in receiving international participants.




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Both housing options come with sheets, internet and cleaning as standard.
Crucially, we take great care to make sure that all our housing options are located within a reasonable commute (about 45 minutes) to your work or Spanish classes by bus, metro or walk.


Language Classes


Colombian Spanish is renowned for its purity and clarity. This is often cited as the reason why international news networks such as CNN en Espanol choose so many Colombian presenters. There is no better place to learn Spanish than in Colombia where you will gain a TV-perfect accent!

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We are proud to be partners in Medellin with some of the best universities of Colombia – Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Universidad EAFIT, among others. Having educated an array of prominent Colombian businessmen, politicians and artists and with over 30,000 students subscribed to our partner universities in Medellin it’s a great chance to immediately make new Colombian friends.

All Levels of Spanish

Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana offers Spanish classes for all abilities, divided into 14 levels.

Before you arrive at the university you will take a short test by email to determine which is the right class for you.

The classes correspond and conform fully to the European Union´s framework of Reference for Languages (A1 – C2):

  • Beginner I, II: A1 Breakthrough
  • Beginner III, IV: A2 Waystage
  • Intermediate I, II: B1 Threshold
  • Intermediate III,IV: B2 Vantage
  • Intermediate V and Pre-advanced I, II: C1- Effective Operational Proficiency
  • Highly Advanced I, II and Superior: C2- Mastery

 

Group classes before or during your internship.

Choose from 2 options – group classes or tailored private classes.

  1. Our intensive refresher course is perfect if you want an immediate boost to your Spanish before entering the workplace! Consisting of 20 hours of group classes per week and running from 9am to 1pm, this general Spanish course gives you the opportunity to improve your all-round ability in Spanish by focusing on grammar and vocabulary development, speaking, listening, and writing skills. Groups are always made up of fewer than 8 people and everyone placed in the same group will hold a similar level of Spanish.

  2. Taking Spanish classes during your internship program is a fantastic way to improve your Spanish rapidly. You will receive 4 hours of group tuition per week during your internship program, taking place on 2 separate weeknights after work.

Both options are available throughout the whole year.

Visas


To do an internship in Colombia everyone requires a visa. Some nationalities can get it at the airport, others have to request the visa before traveling to the country.

Permiso de Ingreso y Permanencia PIP6: (Visa given at the airport)

This visa is given for 90 days to any of the the 88 nationalities listed below and it’s free. You will require a supporting letter that we will provide you with.

For interns doing longer programs you can get this visa at the airport and then renew it in Medellín with a letter that we will provide you. It costs around 40USD and it takes one morning to do the process. This extension visa is called Permiso Temporal de Permanencia PTP6 and can be given for maximum 90 days more.

The nationalities allowed to get the visa on arrival at the airport:

1. Germany
2. Andorra
3. Antigua and Barbuda
4. Argentina
5. Australia
6. Austria
7. Bahamas
8. Barbados
9. Belgium
10. Belize
11. Bolivia
12. Brazil
13 . Brunei- Darussalam
14 . Bhutan
15 . Canada
16 . Czech ( Republic)
17 . Chile
18 . Cyprus
19 . Korea ( Republic of )
20 . Costa Rica
21 . Croatia
22 . Denmark
23 . Dominica
24 . Ecuador
25 . El Salvador
26 . United Arab Emirates
27 . Slovakia
28 . Slovenia
29 . Spain
30 . USA
31 . Estonia
32 . Fiji
33 . Philippines
34 . Finland
35 . France
36 . Granada
37 . Greece
38 . Guatemala
39 . Guyana
40 . Honduras
41 . Hungary
42 . Indonesia
43 . Ireland
44 . Iceland
45 . Marshall Islands
46 . Solomon Islands
47 . Israel
48 . Italy
49 . Jamaica
50 . Japan
51 . Latvia
52 . Liechtenstein
53 . Lithuania
54 . Luxembourg
55 . Malaysia
56 . Malta
57 . Mexico
58 . Micronesia
59 . Monaco
60 . Norway
61 . NZ
62 . Netherlands
63 . Palau
64 . Panama
65 . Papua New Guinea
66 . Paraguay
67 . Peru
68 . Poland
69 . Portugal
70 . United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
71 . Dominican Republic
72 . Romania
73 . Russia ( Federation )
74 . Saint Kitts and Nevis
75 . Samoa
76 . San Marino
77 . St. Lucia
78 . Holy See
79 . Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
80 . Singapore
81 . South Africa
82 . Sweden
83 . Switzerland
84 . Suriname
85 . Trinidad and Tobago
86 . Turkey
87 . Uruguay
88 . Venezuela

Visa Temporal – Temporary Visa TP-12 (some Consulates may issue TP-6 and it also works)
Visa at a Colombian Consulate:
The nationalities that are NOT on the list above will need to apply for a visa before traveling to Colombia and the process takes at least 4 weeks. The cost is 155USD.

Each person must go to the respective consulate with the letter that we provide and all the supporting documents. More information about Colombian consulates: https://tramites.cancilleria.gov.co/ciudadano/directorio/Misiones/enExterior.aspx

More information about the process here: http://www.cancilleria.gov.co/en/procedures_services/visas/types

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  • Andorra
  • Antigua and Barbuda
  • Argentina
  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Bahamas
  • Barbados
  • Belgium
  • Belize
  • Bolivia
  • Brazil
  • Brunei
  • Finland
  • France
  • Bhutan
  • Canada
  • Chile
  • China
  • Costa Rica
  • Croatia
  • Cyprus
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Dominica
  • Dominican Republic
  • Ecuador
  • El Salvador
  • Estonia
  • Fiji
  • Germany
  • Granada
  • Greece
  • Guatemala
  • Guyana
  • Honduras
  • Hungary
  • Iceland
  • Indonesia
  • Ireland
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Jamaica
  • Japan
  • Latvia
  • Paraguay
  • Peru
  • Philippines
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Russia
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis
  • Saint Vincent and Grenadines
  • Samoa
  • San Marino
  • Saint Lucia
  • Singapore
  • Slovak Republic
  • Slovenia
  • South Africa
  • Spain
  • Suriname
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Trinidad and Tobago
  • Turkey
  • UAE
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
  • Uruguay
  • Venezuela

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Top FAQs


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Are these internships paid?

Our internships in Colombia are unpaid due to immigration laws & local norms. Interns will receive academic credit if desired.

Is Colombia safe?

Our participants´ safety is our number 1 consideration.

The security situation in Colombia has improved enormously in recent years. While certain rural areas of the country still experience problems, this will have no impact on your stay.

You will live, work & socialize solely in the safest areas of Medellin. All our housing is in the beautiful & very safe area of El Poblado.

Our full-time local team in Colombia will welcome you & give you a thorough safety orientation on arrival, in addition to providing 24/7 emergency support throughout your program. Just like any large global metropolis Medellin has certain areas to avoid. None of these areas are anywhere close to where our participants would visit and the safety orientation provides thorough guidance on this matter.

As long as common sense is applied at all times, participants will find Medellin safe and highly enjoyable.

Why should I do the program? How will an internship abroad benefit me?

Our Internship Colombia program is an investment in your future and will give you a substantial advantage. The high quality internships in South America we offer will significantly aid you when searching for long term employment. You will have demonstrated the ability to think outside the box and handle another culture and language while working for a highly respected name. Previous interns have also received full time offers of employment from their Latin American host companies on completion of the internship.

And the above doesn’t even touch on your personal development and the fun you will have!

I have been accepted onto the program – when is the deadline to confirm my place?

If you have been offered a place on our international internship program, the deadline to confirm your place is set at two weeks after being accepted. If you forgo your acceptance, you will need to reapply.

How do you view re-applicants?

We have many more applicants for our program than places available. As a result of high competition, first-time applicants are given priority in our admissions process. We do not accept reapplications for the program within six months of a previous application. Applicants that are reapplying must demonstrate a continued commitment to their professional development, demonstrated on their CV/resume through additional academic, work-place or voluntary experience.

When is the deadline to apply?

Our programs start every month of the year. We accept applicants on a rolling basis. We recommend applying at least 2 months before your preferred start date. In high season (May, June, July & August start-dates) we recommend applying at least 3 months before your preferred start date.

How and when do we make our decisions?

We aim to develop an innovative and culturally sensitive new generation ready to tackle the global issues that affect the world today and tomorrow.

We value adventure, open mindedness, broad horizons and an international mind set. We generate a large scale flow of top minds to our partner companies, NGOs, hospitals and governments. We value academic excellence and those who think outside the box.

After your interview you will be informed within 3 business days if you have been successful in your application.

How much does the program cost?

Please visit our integrated prices page.

What is included in the program?

If you are successful in your application you will receive:

Colombia: What’s Included?

  • Internship in a great organization
  • Quality accommodation
  • Airport pick-up
  • Full calendar of social events with our international community of interns
  • Wonderful city tour immersing yourself in the history and fabric of this country
  • Day trip to el Peñol and Guatape, an stunning village 2 hours away from Medellin
  • Free access to top bars, nightspots & city attractions
  • 24/7 emergency support from our full-time, experienced Colombia staff
  • Pre-trip welcome pack
  • Welcome orientation and welcome package including city maps and local cellular phone
  • Unlimited use of lovely outdoors swimming pool via our partner university (only if taking Spanish classes)
  • Academic credit assistance
  • Visa assistance

What is not included in the program?

Air fare, medical insurance & visa costs are not included.
Daily food is not included.
Daily transport from accommodation to your internship is not included in the Colombia program.

Do you offer financial assistance or scholarships?

We only offer scholarships through agreements with partner universities. We recommend speaking with your university to see if your university is a partner and what funding is available for our program. Available funding varies from partner university to partner university.

We do not offer scholarships to individuals who are not from one of our partner universities.

If you are an individual not from one of our partner universities please view the following links for 3rd party financial aid:

Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship: Institute of International Education
International Education Financial Aid: Financial Aid College Scholarship Search | IEFA
IE Passport Study Abroad Funding Directory: Study Abroad Scholarships | Study Abroad Funding | Institute of International Education

Can I live at home or a relative’s house and take the housing out of the cost?

We are generally unable to remove any elements from our all-inclusive programs. The employers we work with depend and ask for this service, as it guarantees your reliability. However, if you have particular needs please do contact us.

Can I see a list of employers or choose to intern at a specific company?

We do not provide a list of partner companies.

Firstly, our list of partner companies is not static. We often partner with new companies if they would be a better match for a participant. We have dedicated out-reach teams, working on our participants´ accounts, in all program destinations, meaning our list of partners is constantly growing and evolving.

Secondly, we do not provide a list as interns then attempt to “pick and choose” which companies they specifically want to work for. This promotes unrealistic expectations, as partner company needs, your wishes & background and external factors such as timing are all taken into account during internship-placement. If you are accepted into our program you are guaranteed a great role in your area of interest. However, due to the factors listed above a specific company cannot be guaranteed.

When will I find out where I am interning?

Our Colombia team will engage in a collaborative internship placement process with you and confirm your internship role typically around four to six weeks before your departure date. Please note this is a guideline and may differ during peak seasons.

What happens if I don’t get the internship I want?

When you apply you are asked to state your primary & secondary areas of interest (for example, primary preference: law, secondary preference: government & politics). You will be given the chance to discuss and confirm these sector choices during the phone/Skype interview with our Admissions Team.

Successful applicants are guaranteed a professional internship in their primary or secondary area of interest. We are highly experienced in internship placement and pride ourselves on successful matches between our participants and our partner companies. All companies we work with are extensively vetted to make sure they provide a rewarding internship experience for our talented participants.

Our confidence in our program is demonstrated by our full money back guarantee.

Our program comes with a full money back guarantee if you are not placed in your primary or secondary area of interest – giving you peace of mind that you will have a fantastic internship experience abroad. It should be noted that the vast majority of interns receive their primary preference area.

Can I speak with the Colombia Team before I am accepted and confirm my place in the program?

Due to high volume of applications, we only introduce successful applicants who have formally confirmed their place on the program to our team in Colombia.

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How does the internship placement process work

Our programs are competitive and early applications are encouraged. Early applications get primary consideration for the most competitive roles in our extensive network.

After applying to The Intern Group program and booking a convenient interview time, you will have a Skype/Phone interview with our Admissions Team.

In this 20 minute Skype/Phone interview we will question you about your background, experience and motivations, and discuss the opportunities available within your field.

After your interview you will be informed within 3 business days if you have been successful in your application. Successful applicants will then be formally offered a place in our program. You will be asked to confirm your place in the program by making a deposit. This deposit is fully refundable if you are not placed in your primary or secondary internship preference area – giving you peace of mind that you will have a fantastic internship experience abroad.

Once we have received your deposit you will have formally joined our program and we will introduce you to our team on the ground in your destination. Our team will engage in a collaborative internship placement process with you and prepare you to Skype/Phone interview for well-suited roles in your areas of interest. Interviews will typically be arranged 4-10 weeks prior to your arrival. Your internship role will typically be confirmed 4-6 weeks prior to your arrival (this is a guideline and may differ during peak seasons). We recommend that you book your flights once your internship details are confirmed. You are then all ready for a fantastic experience abroad.

Do I need to speak Spanish?

Although some Spanish knowledge is preferred, due to our extremely strong business links and focus on top partner firms, we are able to offer a variety of first class roles that do not have any Spanish language requirement.

What hours should I expect to work?

Typically, participants work an average work week of no more than 40 hours. The company at which you are interning will set your work hours but the majority of internships will take place between 9 am and 5 pm.

Will I obtain academic credit?

We work with universities around the world to assist their students with academic credit requirements. Please see our academic credit information page for more information.

Financing


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When is payment due?

All program fees must be paid in full at least 21 days before the commencement date of your program, after we have confirmed your internship role.

What is the refund/cancellation policy?

Your deposit is fully refundable if you are not placed in your primary
or secondary internship preference area.

Please see more details on the cancellation policy below:

(a) Your Initial Deposit (“Initial Deposit”) is HKD 6000 for Programs in Hong Kong; $800, for Programs in Latin America; €600 for Programs in Spain; £500 for Programs in the United Kingdom. The Initial Deposit is for the sole purpose of reserving your position in the Program and covering certain related administrative expenses. Upon receiving your Initial Deposit, The Intern Group agrees to place you in an internship by the Placement Deadline.

(b) Upon payment of your Initial Deposit, you agree to fully co-operate
with The Intern Group in its attempts to find you a placement and agree to
do so until the passing of the Placement Deadline. Examples of noncooperation
include, but are not limited to, not actively working with your assigned
representatives from The Intern Group, skipping or missing scheduled
internship interviews, not engaging in internship discussions with
your Internship Coordinator, not responding to The Intern Group
communications in a timely manner, allowing the placement process to
be delayed due to missing agreed payment due dates and unreasonably
refusing internships offered to you.

(c) If The Intern Group is unable to place you in an internship role in your
Preference Area before the Placement Deadline, you will be given the
option (i) to drop out of the Program and receive a refund of your Initial
Deposit and all other Program payments made by you (“Full Refund”), or
(ii) to request that The Intern Group continue the search process until you
are placed; and if The Intern Group is still unable to place you within the
extended time, you will receive a Full Refund.

(d) However, if you withdraw from the Program for any reason before
the placement deadline other than The Intern Group’s failure to place you
by the Placement Deadline in your Preference Area, or if The Intern
Group determines, in its sole discretion, that you did not fully co-operate
in the placement process at any time before the Placement Deadline, The
Intern Group will be entitled to 100% of your Initial Deposit. If you
withdraw from the Program for any reason after being placed with a
partner organisation, The Intern Group will be entitled to 100% of your
Initial Deposit and 50% of the Program Fee. If notice is received by us
less than 21 days before the Commencement Date, The Intern Group will
be entitled to 100% of your Initial Deposit and 100% of the Program Fee.
All requests for refunds must be received in writing within 30 days of
withdrawal.

I don’t need housing/social activities/etc – can I just pay for what I need?

Ours is an all-inclusive program for all participants, so we are generally unable to remove any elements from the program. However do get in touch if you have special requirements.

Miscellaneous

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Is attendance at our events mandatory?

All of our events and activities that we organize are optional, but your internship is not. With The Intern Group, you may not miss work for any reason other than health and family emergencies unless previously approved by your employer.

How are housemates selected?

Housemate selection is important for those of you who choose to share a student apartment/residence. Housemates are selected based on similar lifestyles.

For those of you who choose the homestay option, we screen all host families to ensure that this experience is as rewarding as it should be.

Our focus is to encourage and provide a great experience for all and to manage serious issues before they become a problem.

It is your responsibility to talk any problems over with house mates and to have a nice, harmonious cohabitation. While we will assist in case of serious problems, we expect all accepted participants to display high levels of independence, responsibility and maturity.

When should I book my flights?

We recommend booking flights as soon as your internship role is confirmed.
This is approximately 4-6 weeks before arrival (please note in peak times this may vary).

What happens when I arrive in Colombia?

You will be picked up by our trusted driver on arrival in
Medellin and given a welcome pack & induction by
our team at your accommodation. In case you arrive
in Medellín after 11pm Colombia time
your welcome pack and induction will be
given to you in the morning the next day.

Prices

Note: All Colombia prices are in US Dollars (USD)

Program Fees
(January – April starters)

  • $2,990
  • $3,490
  • $3,990
  • $4,490
  • $5,470
  • $6,210
  • $6,990

Program Fees
(May – December starters)
Colombia

  • 6 WeeksJanuary – April starters: $2,990$3,480May – December starters: $3,480
  • 8 WeeksJanuary – April starters: $3,490$3,880May – December starters: $3,880
  • 10 WeeksJanuary – April starters: $3,990$4,330May – December starters: $4,330
  • 12 WeeksJanuary – April starters: $4,490$4,790May – December starters: $4,790
  • 16 WeeksJanuary – April starters: $5,470$5,620May – December starters: $5,620
  • 20 WeeksJanuary – April starters: $6,210$6,450May – December starters: $6,450
  • 24 WeeksJanuary – April starters: $6,990$7,280May – December starters: $7,280


Please note that the Program Fees above are determined by the month in which your program starts.
Programs are available all-year-round on a rolling admission schedule with the following start dates:
  • 4th October 2014
  • 1st November 2014
  • 29th November 2014
  • 17th January 2015
  • 7th February 2015
  • 7th March 2015
  • 4th April 2015
  • 2nd May 2015
  • 6th June 2015
  • 4th July 2015
  • 1st August 2015
  • 5th September 2015
  • 3rd October 2015
  • 1st November 2015
  • 29th November 2015


Optional Spanish language classes are available to accepted applicants. For more details please review the ‘Language Study’ section.