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USEH-CANADA Business Internship Program (BINT)

  • 8 to 48 weeks program

  • Intensive-super intensive Business English program

  • 26 hours per week

  • BINT morning program covers resume/CV preparation, interview, phone conversations, meetings, one-on-one meetings. BINT afternoon program covers the training procedure, organizational culture, and official correspondences.

  • Students who complete the Business English portion of the program will become eligible to begin on-site training

  • Certification at the end of the program

  • Paid and non-paid positions are available

(Paid internship 24 weeks and up only)

Internship Sites

Below you will find some companies where past students have been able to find internship opportunities. Placements are provided in Vancouver, BC only.

AIC Group of Funds – Canadian Red Cross – Compaq Canada Inc. – Crown Plaza Hotels – Internet Gateaway – KPMG – Merrill Lynch – Nikko International Trading Inc. – Pacific International Securities – PricewaterhouseCoopers – Royal Bank of Canada – Star Film and Video Productions – UNICEF Vancouver Medical Labs – Vancouver Television

Participant Criteria

  • 450 TOEIC Score 

  • Minimum age of 18

  • Currently enrolled or graduated from a college/university program

Program Fees Include the Following

Tuition / program materials / airport pickup / cultural orientation at USEH Offices / assistance in visa procedures

Application Process

  • Upon deciding to apply for the internship program, the applicant should present his/her resume to USEH, or complete the online application form at our web site. If the applicant is found eligible for our programs, s/he is invited for an interview with USEH Consultants

  • Applicants who pass the interview and evaluation are then invited to complete an official application. To complete the official application, the applicant must submit the required documents, including the application fee which is nonrefundable

  • After receiving the acceptance letter for the program, the participant submits the total program fee payment

  • The official acceptance letter to be used for the visa application and the accommodation information will be submitted to the participant following the program fee payment

  • In addition to the internship agreement (between the intern and the host company), the trainee will be asked to sign another agreement with USEH. This agreement will outline the responsibilities and duties of both parties, the intern & USEH. USEH will not take further responsibility for interns who violate the agreement conditions during the internship period.