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I'm a French student looking to do an internship in the United States.

My question is: in order to apply, what exactly will I need to send?

I'm guessing I'll need to send a CV and a resume... but what else?

Particularly, do I need to send the academic transcripts of my grades? (which are /20, so they're not in the same format as U.S. grades which are like A, B, C or D)

And also, I have the TOEFL and the GRE. Should I send them?

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    What kind of internship? At a company? Somewhere else? What does the job posting for the internship ask for? Have you asked? – Bill Barth Oct 14 '15 at 20:38
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There is absolutely no "recipe" that anyone can give you, since every company will have its own expectations. Some may want just a résumé and a list of references; others may want your transcripts, a detailed CV, cover letter, and letters of reference; and still others may want something else instead.

You need to consult with the individual company's HR information.

(If you're talking about some sort of internship at a university, the same general rules apply.)

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