Welcome to Warsaw—the capital of Poland and home to many an important scientist, artist, composer, and poet. Today, Warsaw stands as an important financial, academic, cultural, and historical center; however, it suffered greatly during World War II. In fact, the city that one sees today, for all intents and purposes, reflects a post-World War II city. Warsaw has a vibrant economy that attracts businesses and investors from around the world. Students interested in pursuing an internship in Warsaw have many fields from which to choose, including business administration (finance, HR, marketing, sales, IT, etc.), fine arts, social work, medicine, retail, and manufacturing. Owing to its abundance of institutions of higher education, Warsaw has the feel of a university town, which contributes to a wonderful sense of energy and excitement. Aside from carrying out an internship, students will participate in an advanced-level Polish language class, for which they will receive BYU credit.