COVID-19 Program Updates
Due to global health & safety concerns and travel restrictions related to the coronavirus, Projects Abroad has decided to offer flexible booking options for some of their upcoming programs. Learn more about COVID-19 updates to stay tuned regarding program information.
Projects Abroad offers a wide variety of excellent internships in China. Some of our most popular programs focus on Business, Small business development, Journalism, Law & Human Rights, and Medicine & Healthcare. Interns in China work directly with local staff arranged by Projects Abroad.
The Business sectors we work in include Marketing, Accountancy, Finance, Architecture, Interior Design, Public Relations, Human Resources, Consulting, Trade, Fashion, Art, Sports, and more!
Our internship programs in China are located in Chengdu (western China) and Shanghai. Interns in Chengdu have the opportunity to experience a more traditional China, while those in Shanghai experience fast-growing China.
- China is set to soon become the largest economy in the world, but social problems still remain. Interns in China will have the unique opportunity to live and work in this dynamic country and come back with a wealth of new knowledge.
- China is the perfect place to intern if you're interested in small business development and social entrepreneurship.
- Interns in China typically stay for one to three months depending on the project.
- Internships in China with Projects Abroad are very affordable and you'll receive a level of support you won't find anywhere else. Our staff are with you every step of the way if any problems arise.
Start Planning Next Year's Trip of a Lifetime..
We'll take you to five different countries around the world, where you'll gain a whole host of experience to make your resume shine & contribute to a better world.
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Gain practical work experience while learning from business professionals in a rapidly developing economy.
Work with Chinese lawyers, gain work experience, and give your CV an edge with your experience abroad.
Live and work in Shanghai and get practical journalism experience at an English-language magazine.