Frequently Asked Questions

Buenos Aires

1. When are applications due for the Buenos Aires Internship Program?

Applications are due by April 30, 2017. All portions of the application including the transcript, references and application fee must be received by this date to be eligible for the 2017 program.

2. When will applicants be notified of their admission to the program?

Applicants will be notified in mid-May.

3. Can I also apply to New York Summer Internship Program (NYSIP) and/or Yerevan Summer Internship Program (YSIP) and/or London Summer Internship Program and/or Paris Summer Internship Program (PSIP)?

If an applicant has applied to New York Summer Internship Program, Yerevan Summer Internship Program, London Summer Internship Program and/or Paris Summer Internship Program (PSIP), please note this on the application form in the specified section.

4. What amenities and expenses are covered by the participation and housing fees?

Expenses covered by the participation fee include lectures, sponsored dinners, networking events and select. The housing fee covers lodging expenses and building security.
Interns are responsible for meals and transportation for the duration of the internship. We recommend that participants budget USD 180 per week for meals, should you chose to dine outside the dorms each day.

5. What immunizations are required for travel to Argentina?

There are no mandatory immunizations required to travel to Argentina, but it is advised that all participants visit a physician prior to departure. Make note that any regularly administered prescription medications should be filled with sufficient supply for the duration of the program. Some types or brands of medication may be limited or unavailable in Argentina, please check before or contact us for further information

6. Are participating interns required to have medical insurance?

All participants must have medical insurance during their stay in Buenos Aires. Students coming from abroad must purchase a medical plan to cover medical costs as a precautionary measure. Medical insurance can be purchased the time participants book their flight.

7. What sort of identification is required for the trip?

Interns must bring a passport that is valid for at least 6 months after their departure date. It is also advised that participants carry a photo ID card with their date of birth.

8.What sort of supervision and guidance is provided?

During the duration of the program, the program activities coordinator will live with the interns at the BASIP residence. The coordinator will be available to answer questions and assist interns throughout their stay. In addition, there is 24-hour security at the entrance of the residence.
Interns are not permitted to have overnight guests.

9. What sorts of activities are scheduled aside from the internships?

The program is designed not only to provide the interns with work experience but to ensure a well-rounded summer filled with presentations, unique mentoring and networking events, professional lectures, and cultural activities scheduled in the evenings and weekends. These activities are mandatory for all interns. In addition, optional social events are scheduled for the interns.

10. When should participants plan to arrive in Buenos Aires?

All interns must arrive in Buenos Aires between Sunday, July 3rd and leave on Saturday 29th . A mandatory orientation session will be held on Monday 3rd during the evening and internships will begin on the morning of Tuesday, July 4th.

11. Which are the airports near the internship housing?

The city of Buenos Aires has 2 (two) airports:
Aeropuerto Jorge Newbery, which is the domestic flights airport. This one is nearer to the city (around 30 minute ride by taxi to the dorms)
Aeropuerto Iinternacional Ministro Pistarini (Ezeiza), which is the international airport. Located in the suburbs of the city, it usually takes 1 hour (2 hours in rush hour) to get to the dorms by taxi or mini bus.Jorge Newbery Airport is nearer to the city of Buenos Aires (20/30 minutes by taxi to the dorms), than Ezeiza Airport (1 hour depending on the traffic), although Jorge Newbery Airport only broads domestic flights from national and regional of Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires and Ezeiza Airport is the international airport.

12. What is the best transportation from the airport to the dorms?

From both Airports you can take a taxi or Manuel Tienda Leon´s Shuttle to the dorms.
Public transport is also available form both airports, although from Ezeiza Airport we recommend taking a taxi or Manuel Tienda Leon´s Shuttle, as it´s further away from the dorms and simpler.
From Ezeiza Airport you can take the Bus line 8 up to Avenida 9 de Julio y Avenida 25 de Mayo. Walk to Av. Rivadavia y Salta and take the bus line 13 up to Avenida Santa Fe y Callao. The hotel is located at Av Callao 1062, Capital Federal.
From Jorge Newbery Airport, you can take Bus Line 37 (Ramales Lanús por Aeroparque) up to Rodríguez Peña y Santa Fe. The hotel is located at Av Callao 1062, Capital Federal.

13.What is the best method of transportation in Buenos Aires?

The underground system and bus systems are the quickest and most efficient forms of transportation. We advise buying a Sube Card to use for the underground and bus systems.

14. What housing accommodations are available to the participants?

During their stay in Buenos Aires, participants will be accommodated in Callao Suites in Recoleta. They will be placed in a 4 star apart hotel, in rooms with interns of the same gender. Housecleaning and laundry services are provided, as are all necessary furnishings, including sheets and towels, as well as Internet connection. A full kitchen is also available for interns to use at all times. Security is provided 24 hours a day.

15. What supplies should participants bring for their stay?

A complete packing list will be provided to participants prior to their arrival in Buenos Aires. This will include our guidelines for professional attire as well as housing essentials.

16. Will participating interns have roommates?

Yes, participants are placed in rooms with one or two roommates of the same gender for the duration of the summer.

17. Will there be internet access in the BASIP residence?

High speed internet is available in the rooms as well as common areas.

18. Is there a curfew during the program?

On weekdays, a 12 A.M. curfew is in place for all participants.

19. Are overnight guests allowed?

No overnight guests are permitted. Any student who does not adhere to this regulation will be dismissed from the program. No refunds will be issued for individuals failing to follow this guideline. NO EXCEPTIONS will be made.

20. Will BASIP provide accommodations for interns arriving before or leaving after the assigned Program dates?

BASIP will not be able to provide accommodations for interns arriving before or leaving after the assigned program dates. However, the BAIP committee will be happy to help find accommodations for any intern who wants to stay before or after the program dates.

21. Can participants stay with relatives in Buenos Aires during the Program?

AGBU requires that all interns stay in the dorms for the duration of the program. There will be no exceptions.

New York

1. When are applications due for the New York Summer Internship Program?

  • Applications are due and must be received in full by November 15, 2015.
  • All portions of the application including transcript, references, and application fee must be postmarked by November 15, 2015 to be eligible for consideration for the 2016 season.
  • Late applications will not be reviewed.

2. When are applicants notified of admission to the Program?

Applicants are notified in mid-January. If an applicant is open to internships in more than one city, we highly recommend this is noted on the application form in the allotted section. Due to the limited number of spots available in the Program, some applicants will be placed on the wait list.

3. What amenities and expenses are covered by the participation and housing fee?

The Participation Fee covers NYU housing fees, AGBU-planned lectures, sponsored dinners, networking events and some outings.

The Housing Fee includes lodging expenses and building security.

Interns are responsible for meals and transportation while participating in the Program. Cooking at the dorm with roommates can be fun and economical. Taking advantage of the kitchen facilities in the residences will save money and help hone culinary skills! New York City features some of the best cuisine in the world, but it can get expensive. We recommend a minimum budget of $200 USD/week for meals if you chose to dine outside the dorms.

4. Are participating interns required to have medical insurance?

All participants must have medical insurance during their stay in New York. Students coming from abroad must purchase a medical plan to cover medical costs as a precautionary measure as medical expenses in the U.S. are very costly. There are many medical insurance companies that provide adequate short-term coverage plans, for example, Blue Cross/Blue Shield (www.bluecares.com) and Aetna US Health Care (www.aetnaushc.com) are two of many providers you may want to consult for rates.

5. What sort of identification should participants bring?

U.S. residents must travel with a valid driver’s license. Non-U.S. residents must travel to the U.S. with a valid passport. Additional identification (school IDs, International Driver’s License, school I.D., etc.) is also recommended.

6. What sort of supervision and guidance is provided?

Coordinators will be living with the interns at the NYU 13th Street Residence Hall dormitory throughout the duration of the Program. They will be available to answer questions and assist interns throughout their stay – helping them with everything from adjusting to life in the dorms, overcoming challenges of internships, and navigating the city.

There is strict 24-hour security at the NYU 13th Street Residence Hall and only persons with residence ID cards will be permitted into the complex. Interns will be issued an NYU photo ID card that they must carry at all times. Interns are not permitted to have overnight guests.

7. What types of activities are scheduled aside from the internships?

The Program is designed to not only provide the interns with work experience but to ensure a well-rounded summer filled with presentations, unique mentoring and networking events, professional lectures, and cultural activities scheduled in the evenings and weekends. These events are mandatory for all participants. In addition, optional social events are scheduled for the interns daily.

8. When should participants plan to arrive in New York?

In mid-June. Participants will be notified of the actual dates when they become available in January 2015.

9. Which are the best airports near the internship housing?

There are three major airports that service the Greater New York City area. John F. Kennedy International Airport (Queens, NY), LaGuardia Airport (Queens, NY), and Newark International Airport (Newark, NJ).

10. What is the best transportation from the airport to the dorms?

While public transportation is available, it can be difficult to carry luggage. Almost interns opt to take one of the many taxi cabs available at all times outside each airport to the dorms. Taxi cabs will only accept U.S. currency – though almost all also accept credit cards – so be sure to travel with some in hand.

11. What is the best method of transportation in New York City?

Taxi cabs are available around the clock but can get expensive, the best method of transportation is to buy an unlimited MTA MetroCard ($112 USD for unlimited rides for 30 days) which will grant you access to all the subways and regular buses. We recommend a minimum budget of $125 USD per week for transportation.

12. What housing accommodations are available to the participants?

During the Program, the NYSIP interns will live in apartment-style rooms at the New York University Dormitories. Most suites are equipped for two interns of the same gender, with air conditioning, a full kitchen (oven, refrigerator, sink, and dishwasher), and a private bathroom. Larger rooms are equipped in the same way, but feature two bedrooms to be shared by four interns of the same gender, as well as an additional living room area. The building has a 24-hour security guard at the front door.

13. What is included in the dorm rooms?

Each air-conditioned apartment style dorm has its own bathroom and shower, a kitchen, two desks, two dressers, and two beds. To learn more about our accommodations click here.

14. Will participating interns have roommates?

Yes, interns will share rooms with roommates of the same gender. In almost all cases, each AGBU intern will be paired with another AGBU intern. The NYU Summer Housing office is in charge of assigning roommates based on arrival and departure dates. The NYU Summer Housing authority will not permit room changes except under extreme circumstances.

15. What supplies should participants bring for their stay?

A complete packing list will be provided to participants prior to their arrival in New York. This will include our guidelines for professional attire as well as housing essentials (sheets, towels, etc).

16. Will there be internet access in the dorms?

Each bedroom is equipped with an Ethernet jack/line. You must bring your own Ethernet cable to connect your laptop to the internet. Wireless internet (wi-fi) is generally available but not reliable.

17. Can participants have overnight guests?

No overnight guests are allowed. Any student who does not adhere to this regulation will be dismissed from the Program. No refunds will be issued for individuals failing to follow this guideline. NO EXCEPTIONS will be made.

18. Will AGBU provide accommodations if I arrive before or leave after the assigned Program dates?

The NYU dorms host NYU students during the remainder of the year and thus rooms will not be available before or after the official AGBU Program dates. Please plan arrival and departure dates along with any necessary accommodations accordingly.

19. If I have a relative residing in New York, can I stay with him/her during the summer?

It is part of AGBU’s requirements and an extremely important aspect of the Program that all interns live together under the same roof for the duration of the Program. NO EXCEPTIONS will be made.

Yerevan

1. When are applications due for the Yerevan Summer Internship Program?

Applications are due and must be received in full by March 15, 2017. All portions of the application including transcript, references, and application fee must be received by this date to be eligible for consideration for the 2017 season.

2. When are applicants notified of admission to the Program?

Applicants are notified by mid-April. If an applicant is open to internships in more than one city, we highly recommend this is noted on the application form in the allotted section. Due to the limited number of spots available in the Program, some applicants will be placed on the wait list.

3. What amenities and expenses are covered by the participation fees?

The Participation Fee includes lodging expenses and building security as well as activities such as lectures, sponsored dinners, networking events, and some outings.

Each participant is responsible for his/her daily meals. There will be a kitchen complete with refrigerator and stove for cooking. Meals are provided during weekend trips and official events. We recommend a minimum budget of $150 USD/week for meals if you chose to dine outside the dorms.

Transportation within the city is not covered.

4. Is a visa required to enter and stay in Armenia for the duration of the Program?

Participants who are European Union nationals will be allowed to stay in Armenia without a visa for up to 90 days each year (effective as of January 10, 2013).

However, citizens of the United States and Canada must obtain a visa upon or prior to arrival in Armenia. The process of acquiring a visa is relatively simple for most nationalities:

a) Apply for a 120-day single entry tourist visa upon arrival at Zvartnots International Airport in Yerevan. The visa fee of 15,000 AMD (approx. $40 USD) can be paid in Armenian drams only, which can be easily acquired at the exchange office located near the visa processing office or at an airport ATM.

b) Arrange your visa prior to arrival in Armenia by visiting the Armenian Embassy of the United States website at http://usa.mfa.am/en/visa/ for further information (look for instructions in the Consular Affairs section).

5. What immunizations are required for travel to Armenia?

There are no mandatory immunizations required for travel to Armenia, but it is advisable to visit a physician prior to departure. Make note that any regularly administered prescription medications should be filled with sufficient supply for the duration of the Program. Some types or brands of medication may be limited or unavailable in Armenia.

6. Does YSIP provide medical insurance?

The YSIP participation fee covers only emergency medical insurance in Armenia. We strongly recommend that participants inquire with their carriers about travel insurance options prior to departure.

7. Are medical assistance and facilities readily available should an intern require it?

Yes, there are a number of hospitals and clinics throughout the city. The Program’s preferred hospital is Nairi Medical Center, a private hospital covered by the YSIP emergency medical insurance plan. (www.nairimed.am)

8. What sort of identification is required for the trip?

Interns must bring a passport that is valid for at least 6 months after their departure date from Armenia.

9. What sort of supervision and guidance is provided?

The Program Activities Coordinator lives with the interns at the YSIP residence throughout the duration of the Program. She will be available to answer questions and assist interns throughout their stay – helping them with everything from adjusting to life in the dorms, overcoming challenges of internships, and navigating the city. In addition, there is strict 24-hour security at the entrance of the residence.

10. What sorts of activities are scheduled aside from the internships?

The Program is designed to not only provide the interns with work experience but to ensure a well-rounded summer filled with presentations, unique mentoring and networking events, professional lectures, and cultural activities scheduled in the evenings and weekends. The Yerevan Program also provides weekly language and dance classes for the interns. These events are mandatory for all participants. In addition, optional social events are scheduled for the interns.

11. When should participants plan to arrive in Armenia?

All interns must arrive in Yerevan between Saturday, June 17 and Sunday, June 18, 2017. A mandatory orientation session will be held on Monday June 19, and internships will begin on Tuesday, June 20.

12. What is the name of the airport in Yerevan?

Zvartnots International Airport.

13. How will participants get from the airport to the YSIP residence?

AGBU Yerevan staff will greet the interns upon arrival at the airport and shuttle them to the AGBU Vahe Karapetyan Center by car.

14. What is the best method of transportation in Yerevan?

Yerevan is a relatively small city and most places within the city center are within walking distance. Interns are expected to take public transportation to their individual work assignments and activities. Within the city, the best forms of transportation are walking, the subway, buses, minibuses (known as marshutkas), and taxis. Locals generally prefer to ride buses and marshutkas, but taxis are also readily available at any time of day or night ($2-5 USD/ride anywhere in the city center). Transportation will be provided for all weekend group trips.

15. What housing accommodations are available to the participants?

During the Program, the YSIP group will be staying at the AGBU Vahe Karapetyan Youth Center –a spacious and fully furnished purpose built facility for AGBU Youth activities. Breakfast and laundry services are provided, as are all necessary furnishings, including sheets and towels.

16. What supplies should participants bring for their stay?

A complete packing list will be provided to participants prior to their arrival in Yerevan. This will include our guidelines for professional attire as well as housing essentials.

17. Will participating interns have roommates?

Yes, participants are placed in rooms with one or two roommates of the same gender for the duration of the summer.

18. Will there be internet access in the YSIP residence?

Yes, there is free wireless internet *wi-fi access.

19. Is there a curfew during the Program?

Yes, a strict 1:00 AM curfew is in place for all participants during the week at which time all interns must be present at the YSIP residence.

20. Are overnight guests allowed?

No overnight guests are allowed. Any student who does not adhere to this regulation will be dismissed from the Program. No refunds will be issued for individuals failing to follow this guideline. NO EXCEPTIONS will be made.

21. Will YSIP provide accommodations for interns arriving before or leaving after the assigned Program dates?

The AGBU Karapetian Youth Center hosts other AGBU youth programs throughout the summer and might not be available outside of the specified Program dates. Please plan your arrival and departure along with any necessary accommodations accordingly and inform us in advance if you need additional assistance.

22. Can participants stay with relatives in Yerevan during the Program?

It is part of AGBU’s requirements that all interns live together under the same roof for the duration of the Program, without exception.

London

1. When are applications due for the London Summer Internship Program?

Applications are due by March 15, 2017. All portions of the application including the transcript, references and application fee must be received by this date to be eligible for consideration for the 2017 program.

2. When are applicants notified of their admission to the program?

Applicants are notified in mid-April.

3. Can I also apply to New York Summer Internship Program (NYSIP) and/or Yerevan Summer Internship Program (YSIP)?

If an applicant has applied to the New York Summer Internship Program (NYSIP) and Yerevan Summer Internship Program (YSIP), please note this on the application form in the specified section.

4. What amenities and expenses are covered by the participation and housing fees?

Expenses covered by the participation fee include lectures, sponsored dinners, networking events and select outings. The housing fee covers lodging expenses and building security.
Interns are responsible for meals and transportation for the duration of the internship. We recommend that participants budget 175 GBP per week for meals, should you chose to dine outside the dorms each day.

5. What immunizations are required for travel to the UK?

There are no mandatory immunizations required for travel to the UK, but it is advised that all participants visit a physician prior to departure. Make note that any regularly administered prescription medications should be filled with sufficient supply for the duration of the program. Some types or brands of medication may be limited or unavailable in the UK.

6. Are participating interns required to have medical insurance?

All participants must have medical insurance during their stay in London. Students coming from abroad must purchase a medical plan to cover medical costs as a precautionary measure as medical expenses in the U.K. are very costly. Medical insurance can be purchased the time participants book their flight.

7. What sort of identification is required for the trip?

Interns must bring a passport that is valid for at least 6 months after their departure date. It is also advised that participants carry a photo ID card with their date of birth.

8. What sort of supervision and guidance is provided?

During the duration of the program, the program activities coordinator lives with the interns at the LSIP residence. The coordinator will be available to answer questions and assist interns throughout their stay. In addition, there is 24-hour security at the entrance of the residence and only residence ID card holders will be permitted into the complex. Interns will be issued an Imperial University photo ID card that they must carry at all times.
Interns are not permitted to have overnight guests.

9. What sorts of activities are scheduled aside from the internships?

The program is designed not only to provide the interns with work experience but to ensure a well-rounded summer filled with presentations, unique mentoring and networking events, professional lectures, and cultural activities scheduled in the evenings and weekends. These activities are mandatory for all interns. In addition, optional social events are scheduled for the interns.

10. When should participants plan to arrive in London?

All interns must arrive in London between Monday, June 27, 2015 and leave . A mandatory orientation session will be held on Monday evening, June 27 and internships will begin on the morning of Tuesday, June 30.

11. Which are the best airports near the internship housing?

There are four major airports that serve the Greater London area: Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport, Luton Airport and Stansted Airport.

12. What is the best transportation from the airport to the dorms?

From Heathrow, there is a direct Underground line to South Kensington Station, the closest station to the dorm rooms. Stansted Airport has an express train (Stansted Express) that runs to Liverpool Street Station, which then can be linked via underground to South Kensington Station (taking the Central Line to Holborn and changing to the Piccadilly Line to South Kensington Station). Gatwick Airport’s Express Train arrives at London Victoria station, 2 stops away from South Kensington Station on the Circle or District Underground Line. Luton Airport will require a taxi to be booked beforehand and we can help facilitate that.

13. What is the best method of transportation in London?

The underground system and bus systems are the quickest and most efficient forms of transportation. We advise buying an Oyster Card to use for the underground and bus systems.

14. What housing accommodations are available to the participants?

During the Program, the LSIP interns will live in apartment-style dorms at the Imperial College Evelyn Gardens accommodations. All air-conditioned suites are equipped for two interns. Interns will also have access to a communal kitchen and living quarters.The building has a 24-hour security guard at the entrance.

15. What supplies should participants bring for their stay?

A complete packing list will be provided to participants prior to their arrival in London. This will include our guidelines for professional attire as well as housing essentials.

16. Will participating interns have roommates?

Yes, participants are placed in rooms with one or two roommates of the same gender for the duration of the summer.

17. Will there be internet access in the LSIP residence?

Each bedroom is equipped with an Ethernet jack line. All participants must bring their own Ethernet cable. Wi-fi is available in the common areas.

18. Is there a curfew during the program?

On weekdays, a 12 A.M. curfew is in place for all participants.

19. Are overnight guests allowed?

No overnight guests are permitted. Any student who does not adhere to this regulation will be dismissed from the program. No refunds will be issued for individuals failing to follow this guideline. NO EXCEPTIONS will be made.

20. Will LSIP provide accommodations for interns arriving before or leaving after the assigned Program dates?

LSIP will not be able to provide accommodations for interns arriving before or leaving after the assigned program dates. However, the LSIP committee will be happy to help find accommodations for any intern who wants to stay before or after the program dates.

21. Can participants stay with relatives in London during the Program?

AGBU requires that all interns stay in the dorms for the duration of the program. There will be no exceptions.

Paris

1. When are applications due for the Paris Summer Internship Program?

Applications are due by March 15, 2017. The entire application, including the transcript, references and application fee must be received by this date to be eligible for consideration for the 2017 program.

2. When are applicants notified of their admission to the program?

Applicants are notified by mid-April, 2017.

3. Can I also apply to the New York Summer Internship Program (NYSIP) and/or the Yerevan Summer Internship Program (YSIP)?

Yes, but please note that you have applied to NYSIP and/or YSIP on the application form in the specified section.

4. What amenities and expenses are covered by the participation and housing fees?

Expenses covered by the participation fee include lectures, sponsored dinners, networking events and select outings. The housing fee covers lodging expenses and building security.Interns are responsible for their meals and transportation for the duration of the internship. We recommend that you budget 220 euros per week for meals, if you chose to dine outside the dorms each day.

5. What immunizations are required to travel to France?

There are no mandatory immunizations required to travel to France, but it is advised that you visit a physician prior to your departure. Note that any regularly administered prescription medications should be filled with sufficient supply for the duration of the program. Some types or brands of medication may be limited or unavailable in France.

6. Are participating interns required to have medical insurance?

You must have medical insurance and a civil liability risk coverage (assurance médicale et de responsabilité civile) during your stay in Paris. Students coming from abroad must purchase a medical plan to cover medical costs as a precautionary measure. AGBU France can suggest companies that cover those risks.

7. What sort of identification is required for the trip?

Interns must bring a passport that is valid for at least 6 months after their departure date. It is also advised that participants carry a photo ID card with their date of birth.

8. What sort of supervision and guidance is provided?

For the duration of the program, the program activities coordinator lives with the interns at the PSIP residence. The coordinator will be available to answer questions and assist interns throughout their stay. In addition, there is 24-hour security at the entrance of the residence and only residence ID card holders will be permitted into the complex. Interns are not permitted to have overnight guests

9. What sorts of activities are scheduled aside from the internships?

The program is designed not only to provide the interns with work experience, but to ensure a well-rounded summer filled with presentations, unique mentoring and networking events, professional lectures, and cultural activities scheduled in the evenings and on the weekends. These activities are mandatory for all interns. In addition, optional social events are scheduled for the interns.

10. When should participants plan to arrive in Paris?

All interns must arrive in Paris on Sunday, July 2, 2017 in the morning and leave on Saturday, August 12, 2017. A mandatory orientation session will be held on Sunday evening and internships will begin on the Monday, July 3.

11. Which airports are closest to the housing?

There are three major airports that serve Paris: Charles de Gaulle, Orly and Beauvais-Tillé.

12. What is the best transportation methods from the airport to the dorms?

Depending on the airport, we will give you information about the best transportation methods and fares.

13. What is the best method of transportation in Paris?

The dormitories are a five-minute walk from the Porte d’Orléans metro station, which allows easy access to the entire city. Alternatives to the metro is the bus, RER train and tramway systems, which are also easily accessible from the dorms.

14. What accommodations are available to the participants?

During the program, the Paris interns will live in shared rooms at the Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris (CIUP). The rooms are equipped for two interns of the same gender with a communal kitchen and sitting area, a shared bathroom. Security guards monitor the CIUP 24 hours a day.

15. What supplies should participants bring for their stay?

A complete packing list will be provided to participants prior to their arrival in Paris. This will include our guidelines for professional attire as well as housing essentials.

16. Will the interns have roommates?

Yes, participants are placed in rooms with a roommate of the same gender for the duration of the summer.

17. Will there be internet access in the PSIP residence?

Each bedroom is equipped with an Ethernet jack line. All participants must bring their own Ethernet cable. Wifi is available in the common areas.

18. Are overnight guests allowed?

No overnight guests are permitted. Any student who does not adhere to this regulation will be dismissed from the program. No refunds will be issued for individuals failing to follow this guideline. NO EXCEPTIONS will be made.

19. Will PSIP provide accommodations for interns arriving before or leaving after the assigned program dates?

PSIP will not be able to provide accommodations for interns arriving before or leaving after the assigned program dates. However, the PSIP committee will be happy to help find accommodations for any intern who wants to stay before or after the program dates.

20. Can participants stay with relatives in Paris during the program?

AGBU requires that all interns stay in the dorms for the duration of the program. There will be no exceptions.

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