Professional Internships in China
90% Rating
(6 Reviews)

Professional Internships in China

Land a professional internship in China’s main cities such as Shanghai, Beijing or Chengdu. You can start anytime of the year and intern from 1 to 6 months. All 3-months internships or longer are paid between $100 - $400 US/month. You can choose an all-inclusive internship with housing and Chinese classes; or just the internship placement.

Highlights
  • Get cash compensation between 0 to 300 per month.
  • Start anytime of the year.
  • Land a professional internship at top companies any time of the year.
  • We will pick you up at the airport.
  • Full suport during the whole program.
Locations
Asia » China » Shanghai
Asia » China » Beijing
Asia » China » Chengdu
Industry
Advertising
Communications
Computer Science
International Business
Tourism
Length
1-3 Months
3-6 Months
Accommodation
Apartment
Hostel
Language
English
Steps
Online Application
Resume
Cover Letter
Phone / Skype Interview
Age Requirement
Language Requirement
Visa Requirement
Starting Price
$500.00
Currency
USD
Price Details
What's included:

- Guaranteed professional internship placement.
- Potential payment from 100€ to 300€ per month (for 3+ months internships)
- Visa assistance.
- Airport pick-up (if all-inclusive)
- Housing (if all-inclusive)
- Weekend & networking activities.
- Full support during the entire internship.
- Academic support for university credits.
- Career development and professional evaluation.
- On-site support.

What's not included:

- Daily living expenses.
- Flight to and from China.
- Insurance.
- Others not specified.

Questions & Answers

Program Reviews

  • Growth
    78%
  • Support
    95%
  • Fun
    75%
  • Housing
    90%
  • Safety
    93%

Program Reviews (6)

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Inigo
Male
32 years old
Mexico city

Amaizing experience

9/10

Before to start my internship in China I had a lot of doubts about this country. It was been amazing for me discover this wonderful country, my integration in the chines' environment was very fast and I do a lot of friends (local and foreign). In my work the conditions was been very professional and the staff was been very nice.
It is important to mention that my biggest problem in china was been the communication because most part of Chinese people don't speak English, but always the people try to so its best to help you.
Definitely I recommend this kind of programs, nowadays I'm feeling very happy to have been part of this program.

How can this program be improved?

Maybe more options in the business sector.

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Anna
Female
24 years old
Innsbruck, Austria
Other

Internship at Amicorp in Chengdu

9/10

I have concluded a 3-months long internship at a consulting company in Chengdu and I have gained both professional and personal experience. Overall, I very much enjoyed my time in China and enhanced my knowledge in various fields. I have gained insight in the operations of a financial service company and into the Chinese business enviornment. Furthermore, I could discover an amazingly beautiful country and its friendly people. Through this internship I have gained new know-how on how to interact with people from different backgrounds and learned more about my strenght and weaknesses. The level of English of my collegues was unfortunately not very good, which led to some misunderstandings. But they were very supportive and welcoming. My main tasks were to do reserach, preparing presentations, and editing fee schedules. I have worked with six other people, among three other interns. The working environment was very relaxed and I worked from Monday to Friday, from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm. I was not very satisified with the office space, because it was very small and I had to bring my own laptop. Luckily, the agency gave me the contact of a french girl who also did an internship in Chengdu and we could share an appartment. On the weekend I tried to explore the country and I could visit Beijing, Shanghai and places in Sichuan province. Furthermore, I could learn some Chinese as only a few people speak English there. The biggest adjustments were definetly the air pollution, the traffic and the (spicy) food, however, I would not want to miss this experience and I would definetly go to Chengdu again. I very much enjoyed my time in China and the amazing people I have met there and the agency was a big support during my time!

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Rob
Male
32 years old
Chengdu, China

My time in Chengdu, China

8/10

I wrote my thesis at a company in Chengdu that makes mobile apps and developes business strategies. A very cool, small and project based company, that allowed me to do exactly what I always liked to do.

Chengdu is a wonderful city that will put you on the edge of your seat for many reasons. If it's not the buzzling traffic or crazy rush hour subway commuters, it must be the joy of screaming some oldies out loud in kareoke or trying to find your way around Tianfu Square. The local agency here brings you in touch with all other foreign interns, so you always have English-speaking friends with experience around you, but do not for one minute think you'll get around without interacting with the Chinese to some extent.

Chengdu is less international based, even though there is a distinct foreign community. If you want to experience the more Chinese China, try this city.

How can this program be improved?

More support in finding right accommodation the first time. I had to move in the first week because my room mate was just too dirty.

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Raquel
Female
32 years old
Chengdu, Sichuan (China)
Rey Juan Carlos University

Living Chengdu

9/10

My experience working in a hotel in Chengdu city is being really amazing. It's a very good oportunity to grow up personally and professionally, you have the chance to learn faster the Chinese language, since in this city not everyone speaks good english. It's interesting to know about their culture, lifestyle and gastronomy. Chengdu is one of the safest cities in China, and many good hotels are opening here. The people is always ready to help, very nice and respectful. And if you like the spicy food, here is your place. :)

How can this program be improved?

Nothing

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Santi
Male
32 years old
Chengdu, Sichuan (China)
Antonio de Nebrija University

My experience in Chengdu

9/10

I´ve already more than 3 months in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan Province, my experience is better than I expected. The City is very interesting, you have many things to do and see. The people is so kind and friendly. The organization cares so much about your learning and your confort. This experience is gonna be very positive for my future.

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Delia
Female
24 years old
Chengdu
University of Derby

Great experience!

10/10

I haven't thought a lot before deciding to come to China. It just happened over night, and I think it was the best decision of my life, so far. From a professional point of view, I've had the chance to experience a lot; I've been through different departments including Front Desk, Marketing and Sales, PR, Food and Beverage, which makes my internship a lot more interesting and fun. Of course, the language would always be a challenge, not too many locals speak English, but it just completes this amazing experience. Finding ways of dealing with it, adapting to their culture and exploring as much as I can; this is definitely a life changing experience for me. I really love the city, except for the air quality which can definitely be improved, it is pretty much awesome. And the food is absolutely amazing! There's always something going on in the city, you can never get bored. So many things to do, I feel like the time is flying. I'm pretty much sure that I will come back here someday.

How can this program be improved?

I wish I could have seen some pictures of the accommodation provided before saying yes to it. I though I was going to have a good place to stay, but I ended up paying a pretty high rent for the place that I like and I chose to live in.

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