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Business Internships in Ireland

Ireland is one of Europe’s top destinations for business. Many of the world’s largest corporations have offices and experts on the Emerald Isle. Business internships in Ireland are a perfect way to begin building a professional network and gain experience in one of today’s most exciting business hubs.

Our alumni have interned at 3,000+ organisations including

Responsibilities at business internships in Ireland may include:

  • Manage social media platforms and calendars
  • Conduct consumer research
  • Prepare sales analyses and reports
  • Perform competitor research
Responsibilities at business internships in Ireland may include:

Internships in business in Ireland

Here are just a few example roles our Business have taken on before:

  1. Social media management

    No matter where you are in the world, internships in business in Ireland are likely to include some element of social media management. Interns learn to create and maintain publication calendars for various social media platforms, as well as to draft content for those platforms. Content performance is key, and interns will track and analyse the reach of various posts and ads.

  2. Product management

    Product management is at the heart of a company’s planning and development activities. Product managers are in high demand, and need to possess a wide range of technical and communication skills. Interns gain insight into the lifecycle of a product – from idea to market. Interns may conduct research and assist with product reviews, as well as collaborate with a cross-functional team.

  3. Supply chain management

    For those interested in logistics, there’s no better placement than supply chain management. The supply chain field is incredibly broad, and looks slightly different in every industry. The world of producing, shipping, and distributing products is a complex one, and prior experience is key. Interns gain experience analyzing supply chain performance, conducting market research, and forecasting supply and demand.

  4. Sports management

    Even if you aren’t a lifelong sports fan, sports management is an exciting field that’s growing incredibly quickly. Interns develop skills in communication and event planning, and may assist in preparing marketing materials and conducting business research.

The business industry

The Irish business world is incredibly diverse, dynamic, and full of talent. The capital city of Dublin is home to the so-called “Silicon Docks,” Ireland’s own Silicon Valley. From hospitality and tourism to tech and agriculture, Ireland’s business industry has something for everyone.

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“You get to network with a lot of bright minds who could be the future leaders of the world and this is an experience that you will cherish forever.“

Timothy Thirukkumar Queen's University

“Be open to everyone you meet - other interns, your coworkers - because everyone has something new to teach you and a new way of looking at things you may not have thought of before.“

Christian Ridder Temple University

“Sometimes when you’re looking for an internship it’s hard to find somewhere where you’re doing the actual work. If you don’t show up a day it doesn’t really affect anything but here you’re actually a part of a team where you can see the work you’ve done.“

Katie Jones Skidmore College

“This remote internship helped me to realize that I want to study computer science and that this is something that I'm passionate about. It's also something that I wouldn't have explored had I not done this internship.“

Sarah Swendseid Gap year student

“I got here and within three weeks I launched a space balloon. We were the first company in South America to launch any space involved system.“

Peter Panigiris Student from Australia

“The thing I liked the most was the professional development workshop. We learned how to use the skills we'd learned from the internship with future employers. This is very valuable because it let us focus on the main goal of the internship, which is both personal and professional growth.“

Mirco Iacobini University of Bologna

Learn more about our Ireland internship program


There’s no place quite like Ireland. Irish culture is incredibly welcoming and joyful. Our program in Dublin includes all of the support and resources an intern might need. Learn more about our Ireland internship program here.

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Applying for The Intern Group will accelerate your career. Through your application we will learn about you and your career goals to determine if you are a good candidate for our internship program. If accepted into our program we guarantee you an internship in your chosen career field.