An important part of WDI’s mission is to provide opportunities and support for student international projects at the Ross School of Business as well as the other schools and colleges at the University of Michigan. To that end, WDI provides high quality, action learning opportunities for University of Michigan graduate students to work with international organizations, while at the same time providing meaningful business assistance and support to those organizations.
WDI summer internships are located in emerging market countries and involve full-time work on projects that are most needed by the host organization. Projects are well-defined substantive business-related projects with large, medium, or small organizations – both for-profits and nonprofits.
Applicants must be enrolled full-time in a Master’s-level degree program at the University of Michigan and returning in the Fall following their summer internship to complete their program of study full-time. Ideal candidates must demonstrate:
Individual projects will have additional specific requirements and qualifications.