I'm gonna need all the opinions I can get about this one, since I'm clueless about it from a real-life perspective.
Okay here's the scoop: I'm a finance sophomore in a non-target business school in Asia, and I'm heading to France for a student exchange program at the end of February. I'm currently doing a local internship in an MM, and my boss has kindly offered to get in touch with his banking networks over there to see if I can get a spring week attachment or even an internship. Needless to say, if that goes through, it'll be a great opportunity for me to learn and network.
Thing is, it got me wondering if it'd be too long a shot to apply for ain IB in Europe (possibly London or France) at the end of my exchange program in June/July, in terms of feasibility. Would there be any obstacles to this? Working visa, local internship restrictions, etc.
I would really want to undertake an internship in Europe over the summer, and I'm prepared to take a semester off to pursue it, if that helps. If there are any out there who can shed more light on this, please do offer help!