France and New Zealand have quite different academic system. As a consequence, the notion of internship differs between the two countries. Here is some general information that you may want to know before looking for an internship in France or in New Zealand.

Learn more about doing an internship in France.

Learn more about doing an internship in New Zealand.

Main differences between France and New Zealand Internships :

Context : In France, an internship must fall within an academic curriculum, whereas New Zealand internships are more a first step into a professional career

Working conditions : In France, the remuneration of an internship depends on its duration, whereas this depends on intern legal statute in New Zealand.

Application : In France, it is more common to apply directly through an internship offer, whereas you may have to spontaneously contact companies with a precise project to propose in New Zealand.

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