London Internship Program
Internship programs will have a slightly different application and selection process.
After you submit your application, within three business days, you must email your current resume to Amy.Brinkerhoff@pepperdine.edu. If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted by our office within five business days of receiving your resume and application to sign up for an interview time. If you are not selected, we will also send you an email to let you know that you are not being considered at this time. Submitting an application does not guarantee an interview.
In addition to the normal International Programs application criteria, your acceptance into an internship program will also take the following things into consideration:
- Work and internship experience
- Intercultural experience
- Fit and availability of the internship placements
Students will interview and work with the International Programs Coordinator of Internships and Academics, as well as the London program staff, to find an internship that fits with their area of study and interests.
May 6th, 2018 - June 30th, 2018
The dates listed above are departure dates from LAX and from the program location back to LAX.
Course Requirements (these courses are not yet updated to reflect the summer of 2018)
8 units required. Students must take either HIST 204 or INST 492 in May and be enrolled in IPIN 495 and IPIN 495L in June.
HIST 204 - History of the American Peoples (4 units)
American Experience GE
- This course provides a historical overview of the American peoples from pre-colonial times to the present, exploring the variety of the American experience in the context of political, social, and intellectual developments. Satisfies in part the general education requirement in the American experience.
INST/POSC 492 - Religion, Conflict and Peace: The Case of Northern Ireland in Comparative Perspective (4 units)
Counts as an International Studies or Political Science upper division elective
- This course introduces students to the history and politics of the Northern Ireland conflict and peace process through a blend of academic learning and practical experience involving a study trip to Northern Ireland. The course also sheds light on other seemingly intractable conflicts that are such a feature of our world in the 21st century.
IPIN 495 - International Programs' Internship (1 unit)
- A supervised academic internship in a student's area of interest overseas in an international program. Internships may be with a non-profit, government agency, political, religious, educational, business or humanitarian organization. The student is required to maintain a regular schedule of on-duty hours each week and attend the internship seminar. Offered only in International Programs.
IPIN 495L - International Programs' Internship II (3 units)
- Designed to accompany IPIN 495 in cases where a student seeks additional internship units. Offered only in International Programs. To be taken concurrently with IPIN 495. CR/NC grading only.
The Visiting Faculty
Dr. Jennifer Smith
Assistant Professor of English, Humanities/Teacher Education Division, Seaver College
Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer, Senior Vice President for Investments