Cultural immersion & community in Bangkok
The Bangkok Experience
When you’re living abroad, your community becomes an essential part of your experience and provides both support and inspiration. As an intern in Bangkok, you’ll have the opportunity to meet and network with people from every corner of the globe, from interns on the program to expats and locals in the city. The Intern Group’s global community awaits interns with open arms when they arrive in Bangkok, and is made up of more than 150 nationalities. The people that you live and intern with will quickly become your friends for life, while the professionals you meet can offer invaluable mentorship and guidance. Every personal and professional connection you make while interning in Thailand will be unlike any other!
The internship Bangkok program includes a series of exciting cultural events:
Ayutthaya And Bang Pa-In (Summer Palace) Day Tour
Historical Bangkok Food Tour
Traditional Thai Food Cooking Class
Our full-time team in Bangkok are all experts on the city and are incredibly proud of it– they want to show you why. They will organize your airport pick-up when you arrive in Bangkok as well as your airport drop-off at the end of your internship. They are also available should you need anything during your internship.
We also partner with Talkspace to provide all our participants with fully anonymous access to a licensed online therapist for up to 3 months. This ensures you’ll always have someone to talk to when adjusting to life at your internship in Thailand.
Optional Language study
Learning a new language is a great benefit of interning abroad. Our general Thai course gives you the opportunity to improve your all-around ability in Thai by focusing on grammar, vocabulary development, speaking, listening and writing skills. Everyone will be placed into a group of students with a similar level of Thai.
Language classes are available throughout the whole year. Please note that they are not included in the program and have an additional cost, depending on the frequency of your class. Participants are also responsible for buying language textbooks.