Real Estate internships in Toronto

Toronto is an ideal place for aspiring real estate professionals to earn experience and live out an adventure. While interning in firms with some of the industry’s best professionals, international interns have the chance to get their foot in the door in a top North American city. Interns can grow with these challenging and learning-rich real estate internships in Toronto. Furthermore, interning may also lead to connections that play a major role in getting hired on after the internship.

If you’re looking to set yourself up for a successful career, nothing compares to real estate internships in Toronto, Canada. Beyond the professional opportunities it has to offer, Toronto is also a welcoming, multicultural city. With a rich arts and culture scene, interns will have plenty of entertainment in their free time. Real estate internships in Toronto are the perfect opportunity to develop professionally, explore an international city, and meet other students and professionals from all over the world.


Real Estate internships in Toronto


Living in Toronto

Toronto is a welcoming and wonderful city – ideal for international interns. The city consistently wins awards for being among the world’s most livable cities. In 2015, The Economist ranked Toronto as the World’s Best Place to Live. Toronto won for its safety, cost of living, business environment, livability, food, security and democracy. In addition, The Intern Group offers many services that make Toronto feel like home for interns abroad. Accommodation, public transportation, advanced professional training, cultural and social events, and 24/7 local support are all included with real estate internships in Toronto.


Real Estate internships in Toronto


What to see in Toronto

Real estate interns can pack their weekends with a number of exciting activities and excursions. A visit to markets like the St. Lawrence and Kensington Markets make for a relaxing afternoon. For a night out, check out one of the city’s many top-notch restaurants. Throughout the city there are a wide variety of cuisines and ambiances. For a beautiful city view, you can even dine at the revolving restaurant in the CN Tower. When the weather isn’t ideal, head indoors to the Royal Ontario Museum. As one of the largest North American museums, you can see a wide array of natural history, culture and art exhibits. Also, made in the Gothic revival style, the 18th century castle Casa Loma is another local favorite.


Toronto: a city of arts and culture

In Toronto, you can always find a cozy venue to watch live performances and meet people from around the world. From ballet, opera and musical theater, the city has many performing arts spaces of all kinds. A large list of dance halls, museums, cultural spaces, breweries, bookstores and coffee shops keep locals entertained. For live music fans, interns can catch major acts at the outdoor venue Budweiser Stage or the Molson Canadian Amphitheater. There are also dozens of intimate concert spaces in the city, where people can catch North American bands.

Now that you know the benefits of real estate internships in Toronto, apply now and boost your career!





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2. based on Cathedral Sunset, by BriYYZ, CC-by-SA 2.0

3. based on Toronto: Sugar Beach, by The City of Toronto, CC-by-2.0


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Elizabeth Trovall

After short stints in Argentina and Belize, Elizabeth is finishing up her fourth year in Santiago, Chile. Elizabeth writes about international internships, life abroad and professional development for The Intern Group. She also reports on politics, business and culture in Latin America for public radio and print media. An Austin, Texas native, Elizabeth first left home to earn her journalism degree from the Reynolds Institute of Journalism at the University of Missouri. Besides her friends and family, she misses live music and Mexican food the most.
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