Job & Internship

Welcome to the LBS Career Center

In Cooperation with Chabad Center of Integration and Mobiliversity

To access to the internal and exclusive Lauder Business School job board, students and alumni need to become a member of the LBS Alumni organization. You can register in less than two minutes using your LinkedIn or Facebook account. In the platform, members can find internship and job offers that are being updated on a daily basis.

Please bear in mind that LBS students have the possibility to use the Erasmus+ funding for their internships and traineeships. More about Erasmus + at Lauder Business School can be found under the Erasmus at LBS.

Internships Database

DISCLAIMER: The following pages contain databases for professional internship search abroad (i.e. outside Austria). LBS does not assume any liability for the linked pages and their internship offers. Please check whether internships are eligible for Erasmus+ funding.

Some useful links for internship search outside Austria:

AIESEC

AIFS (American Institute for Foreign Study)

Australian Internships

Careers in Poland

CareerUp

Center for International Career Development

Check-in Europe

CRCC Asia

Easy Pass International

EF

ELSA (European Law Students’ Association)

Erasmus Intern

Erasmus Student Network

ESPA

EU Institution

EurActiv Job Site

EURES (European Job Mobility Portal)

Euro Brussels

Global Experiences

Global Placement

Go Abroad

Go Overseas

IASTE (International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience)

IES Abroad

IFA (International Young Workers Exchange)

International Internships

Interns Abroad New Zealand

Intrax Global Internships

KBM Work Experience in London

KOPRA

LEO-NET (Job Offer Exchange Platform)

Paragon Europe

Placement UK

Praxis

Spain Internship

Student Job

The Ultimate Internship Guide

Training Experience

United Nations Internship Program

Jobs Database

DISCLAIMER: The following pages contain databases for job search in Austria and abroad. LBS does not assume any liability for the linked pages and their job offers.

Some useful links for the job search in Austria:

Remember:

It is never too early to plan your career goals and start thinking about your professional future.


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