CIP | Summer Internship Placements Throughout China
96% Rating
(5 Reviews)

CIP | Summer Internship Placements Throughout China

Spend this summer interning in our Executive Internship Program located in the most exciting and culturally aware cities in China. Each program is unique and tailored to participant’s career needs and includes professional placement, Mentoring and Grooming, Accommodation, Travel, networking, Chinese Language & cultural immersion, and so much more. Our summer program is unique with exciting events such as leadership training, profile and resume building, networking with industry experts and latest updates on landing jobs in China after internships. Gain a sense of independence and confidence as you work in your dream Chinese city.

Locations
Asia » China » Shanghai
Asia » China » Qingdao
Asia » China » Nanjing
Asia » China » Hangzhou
Asia » China » Beijing
Asia » China
Compensation
Paid
Industry
Accounting
Advertising
Communications
Computer Science
Culinary Arts
Design
History
International Business
Performing Arts
Tourism
Length
1-3 Months
3-6 Months
6-12 Months
1 Year+
Accommodation
Apartment
Host Family
Hostel
Hotel
Language
Chinese
Steps
Online Application
Statement of Purpose
Resume
Phone / Skype Interview
Starting Price
$0.00
Currency
USD
Price Details
- Pre-arrival guidance and instructions
- Planned program events
- CIP Health Insurance Card
- Welcome Dinner
- Seminar Series and Entrepreneurial Training
- Properly furnished Accommodation (Shared Apartment/ Homestay/Private)
- Mentoring and Corporate Grooming
- Guaranteed internship placement
- Visa Support and Documentation
- Chinese Language Lessons (Private/ Group)
- Airport Pickup and Drop off
- Welcome Package – Mobile Phone and Sim Card, City Map, Transport Card and Orientation
- Staff support
- Check-in and assistance moving into the housing
- Practice transportation runs and detailed directions to and from work
- Twenty-four-hour availability of our staff and Program Directors
- Networking activities

Questions & Answers

The host companies provide stipends based on several factors. Internship durations lasting for 3 months and above certainly comes with a stipend ranging from $400 to $600

Program Reviews

  • Growth
    94%
  • Support
    100%
  • Fun
    98%
  • Housing
    100%
  • Safety
    100%

Program Reviews (5)

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Raymond
Male
26 years old
Beijing
Queens University

Falling on CIP for my internship in China

10/10

After my graduation from Queensland's University, Landing a common job became a struggle. I did everything possible just to put my knowledge I have acquired to practice .However it wasn’t quite easy. I decided to test the waters and explore all possible opportunities I could chance on just to put my career on track. So as I explored, I chanced on this article, "How to land a permanent job from your internship" published by China internship placements. I read through this article with my eagerness to find out more. At the tail end of the article, I click on a link that says how to plan your China internship and I was led to the webpage of CIP. Everything else took flight after afterwards leading to my arrival in China for a three month internship placement in Beijing. Before arriving in china, I was a bit skeptical and I thought the experiences will be jarring. But those GUYS at CIP made my experience overwhelming. They are professionally competent. Every aspect of their program components is executed without breach. I was warmly received at the airport followed with a welcome dinner thence to my apartment. I had a good rest on the weekend and on Monday, I was introduced to my interning company by this lovely lady named "Joanna." my zero knowledge of mandarin which I thought would be a hindrance never crosses the scene. To cut everything short , I landed myself a job at the end of my 3month internship not with the same company though but a different one. My decision of falling on China Internship placements for an internship in China was and has been fruitful and continues to yield fruition. On this note ,I add that if you want to gain knowledge about Asian regulatory issues regarding marketing and Chinese market entry strategies, Professional grooming to gain hands-on experience and the Opportunity to land a permanent Job, do not hesitate to go with CIP.

How can this program be improved?

The language classes should be intensive

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Amanda
Female
23 years old
Boston
Boston College

Short but Deep Experiences - My summer with CIP in China

10/10

I was in China in summer 2014 for a language program via CIP's Program. It was full of fun, very educative and transformative, especially the immersion. My University recommended this program while I was searching for China Summer Programs.
I had a Chinese language program arranged with Fudan University in Shanghai which awarded me credit for my university transcript. I selected an intensive program so I also had language tutors helping with language lessons in the evenings.
The end product was to get me sit my HSK exams and that worked. I will say the program was successful given the support. I was allocated with a personal program coordinator who was at my disposal every now and then for updates and my safety. The accommodation was ok as well as the living conditions. I did not like the first place I was allocated and I complained and this was changed within a week.
The swiftness in response from the Program Directors is fine with me. Sometimes responses do not come promptly but that’s understandable because I have access to my coordinator for urgent issues to be addressed.

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Terence
Male
25 years old
Manchester
Other

I love my Summer Placement - I will recommend CIP on anyday

10/10

I was in China for a summer Internship program via CIP Platform. I was placed into a company in Shanghai. Right from the airport, I knew I was in safe hands. I was picked up and dropped in my apartment to settle down. I had a dinner in the downtown with my program coordinator while we break ice and get to know each other well. Anyway my first impression about China is been good too
I took an investment banking position with investment analyst job roles. It makes sense sometimes to pay a whooping sums to go out. My roles bothered around: Analyzing investment themes / strategies, Commercial due diligence of potential investment opportunities, Financial modeling and valuation analysis, Competitive landscaping studies including financial and operational benchmarking.
First of all, my role scared me and while preparing for the interview, I will say, I was not ready for it but with the Interview coaching system that CIP had for me, prepared me for it. You don’t need any serious experience to acquire more – I was told.
I joined 7 other interns with the same organization who were placed by CIP so I had no much pressure dealing with first few days.
I was operating on low budget so I could not travel to other provinces but my weekends were awesome with social activities and meeting other interns.
It was worth it though.

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Karida
Female
24 years old
London
University of Kent

My Second Time in China - Awesome Summer Programs

9/10

Summer has never been meaningful as my trip to China. Although CIP has been at the center of arranging this trip. I will take credit for personally crafting the components and my program coordinators will recon this. May be I will give credit for the support they rendered and for being there when I needed them.
I arrived in China for the second time after I Studied Abroad in Shanghai in 2013. I was confident I will be back to Shanghai because it was awesome city full of opportunities and vibrancy.
I am a finance student in second year in uni with Wall Street ambitions. I was placed on a 3 month internship with a stock brokerage company headquartered in Qingdao but with an operations office in Shanghai. I assisted with building database by Data mining to help software designers build a module to predict the movement of financial systems around the globe. This is a live project that was not completed before my Internship. I then asked for a month more extension and this was granted as CIP facilitated the process very efficiently.
I like the placement because I learnt so much about Asian financial systems and markets. As usual, the social benefits cannot be left out too. I worked with very talented financial experts and organizations.
My host family was also very supportive, I had dinner with my host family every evening. Those who have been in China will know that Chinese are religious about their dinner times and adhere to it. I always marvel that the entire family will wait me till I am back home and we eat together.
My time has been beautiful in China.

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Marcus
Male
25 years old
Ohio
Georgetown University

Summer to Remember- CIP Programs are cool

9/10

I have had series of summer programs to other destinations and that of CIP is been a different perspective and taste. I usually like to spend my summer creating life long memories and adventure. I love to stress myself up and then get rewarded with good treat and rest.
It was an eye opening venture going to China. I combined Internship, Language Lessons and travelling. I spent 4 months in China. Arriving in Shanghai, I was blown by the reception. Gosh! Chinese are Hospitable!!! You will witness the real Chinese in everyday of life “lao wai” they call it.
I worked with a Management Consultancy firm which helps Chinese companies to restructure, Performance management and Leadership training. My roles was a job shadowing of an Executive Consultant. Mr Wang was appointed my Mentor and Coach throughout the Internship. I appreciate CIP for this arrangement because He is a board director on 3 different consultancy firms in Shanghai including Deloitte and some very popular ones. He has a wide network of social connections. Because of him, I had the opportunity to be invited as a special guest for Asia’s Finance Minister’s meeting. The memories live with me forever. I am now interested in working in Shanghai as an expat. So I will wait to complete University and decide what to do
I noticed that I had no time to travel as much because I got deeply interested in developing my skills rather than just travelling.
Weekends were awesome moments to meet people and have fun. Shanghai has a massive night life facilities with very good places to refresh and relax for the new academic year.
On an average, CIP has lived to my expectation and I can’t expect more than this. There are times that some of the components had delayed, and the right explanations were given. They don’t shy from their responsibilities. CIP 谢谢您们

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