virtual internship in africa
1 - 3 months
unpaid internship in 6 leading industries
Let's start your intercultural career exploration from South Africa.
South Africa’s culture is one of the most diverse in the world and has given rise to the term “Rainbow Nation”.
She has a population of approximately 40 million people. Three-quarters of its population is black (African) and approximately 15% is white (European). The rest is a mixture of white, Malayan and blacks whose ancestors were of Asian descent. There are six major ethnic groups in South Africa: Afrikaner, Coloured/Cape Malay, Bantu, English, Chinese and Indian. There are 11 official languages in South Africa. Most South Africans speak English and Afrikaans, which is derived from their Dutch heritage..
She is considered the industrial giant of Africa. It is a substantial resource for minerals including gold, silver, copper and diamonds.
industries we work with
intercultural training workshop
A series of intercultural workshops that help you blend into the South African work cultures and equip you with useful tools for effectives intercultural communications at workplaces.
See video on the left for a little preview 🙂
frequently asked questions
Interns will engage with their host organisation 20-25 hours a week, committing to work remotely from anywhere with internet access. You will be working on projects and tasks closely with your supervisor and have meetings regularly.
It requires a communicable English and a brave heart to explore.:)
In Wubuntu, we offer award-winning unpaid internships that provide interns with the personal and professional development adventures of a lifetime. If you are eager for an immersive international internship but hesitant to pay, we completely understand.
Our internship fees cover a variety of unique benefits and life-changing experiences. Professionally, these help us provide interns with full-time expert support and valuable networking opportunities, allowing interns to pursue their professional goals in exciting and unique ways! On a personal level, these costs allow interns to truly immerse themselves in local communities, where incredible cultural exchanges occur around every corner.
Today’s workplace environment and society is becoming more culturally diverse and complex. Intercultural communication skills will be critical for students and career starters to get ahead in this competitive job market. Through our training workshops and internship exposures, our virtual internship programme provides valuable working experiences and intercultural exposures for our participants.
Currently, we offer the programme through education institutions to respective students.
If you are representing an educational institution, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are individual students and would like to join this programme, please send the details of your university to us at hello@wubuntuafrica, and we will have it developed for you.