Intern & Study2019-01-15T11:07:16+00:00

A programme by SAS and Universitat Ramon Llul

Study Abroad Services together with one of the most prestigious business schools in Barcelona, IQS – Ramon Llull University, we have put together a semester programme that will include university electives plus learning internships in local and multinational companies.

IQS, an AACBS accredited Business School, has been running a semester programme for several years. Now in partnership with SAS are offering this brilliant opportunity for international student.

A programme only for those students already in their second or third year of the degree who are really hardworking and need to make the most of their experience abroad. With 20 hours per week in a company doing a learning internship and over 25 ECTS in a semester.

Students who participate in the Intern & Study Programme will have a life changing experience that will teach the social, economic and academic reality of Barcelona while using the long weekends to enjoy Spain and the rest of the surrounding European countries less that 2 hours away by plane.

The School

IQS (Institut Quimic de Sarria) is one of the most prestigious Universities on the national and international academic and scientific stage. With more than 110 years of teaching experience, IQS distinguishes itself by focusing on answering the dynamic social, economic and industrial challenges facing today’s society.

IQS is a founder member of Universitat Ramon Llull, the first private university in Spain (1990) with over 19,000 students. IQS has state of the art premises and the highest reputation in Barcelona and in Spain the school offers; Bachelor’s Degrees, Master’s Degrees, Doctoral Programmes and Executive training in Spanish and in English for local and international students.

All IQS degrees are officially recognised by the Spanish Ministry of Education. The Engineering programmes are also accredited by ABET (Engineering Accreditation Commission) and the Management and Business Programmes are accredited by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).

Two different tracks

TRACK A: Morning Internships

Students will do the internships in the mornings from Monday to Thursday (150 hours per semester) and then lessons will be the afternoon.

TRACK B: Monday-Wednesday Internships

Students will do the internships on Mondays and Wednesdays (150 hours per semester) and then lessons will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays.


Areas for the Internship

Culinary Arts

Event Planning
Government & Politics
Graphic Design
Health & Fitness

Hospitality & Tourism
Information Technology
International Business
Public Relations