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Internships for programs like BESC have course credit based requirements, thus student decision making tends to coincide with the university registration process.
Note for best response rates from students:
The best time to post summer internships is between September and March.
The best time to post fall internships is between January and July.
The best time to post spring internships is May and October.
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