China Internship Placements

China Internship Placements

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At China Internship Placements (CIP), we provide Executive Internship for young graduates and International students combining Professional Grooming, Mentoring, and Entrepreneurial Training. Our China Internship Programs is the new face of 21st Century Internships designed for Millennials. Our mission is to ensure participants' Experience and Transformation process is unique and tailored. We have professional staff and experts in place to handle all placements according to traits and expectations. "We do not believe one size fits all" Unlike other providers, China Internship Placements LLC has revolutionized study Abroad and Internship Programs to include the changing face of Global Job Market and opportunities. Our CIP Opportunity Network gets presents opportunity for participants to get established in China through landing permanent Jobs or securing funding to start their entrepreneurial endeavor. We put our participants on the international radar equipping them to be able to handle

Founded
2006
Headquarters

422 No1.Building West fourth ring road, Haidian district of Beijing, PRC
Chaoyang Qu
Beijing Shi, 100008
China

SPECIAL OFFER: Join our Program Before 30th April 2018 and Get Free Cultural Trip to other Cities

Only for those applying through Go Overseas (Code: TG-EXTRA)
Quote this Code to your Personal Program Consultant During your appointment and get a Free Group trip to Nanjing the Ancient Capital City of China or Tianjin the Beautiful Port City of China. Get ready for a Complete China Experience, You will be "WOWED"!!
We are hosting over 200 students this summer on our China Internship and study abroad Program

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Will
10/10

Seeing China through the lens of Western Media makes you blind. China has a beautiful and warm culture with awesome people and above all, one of the safest countries of our time. For several reasons, my trip to China was a dream come true, because of our family connection to my adopted sister. I have learned Mandarin from age 12 but has never made it to China. I speak reasonably good mandarin with a horrible accent- this also inspired my ambition to improve. I applied for an Engineering internship in China with CIP because being a first-time visitor; I expected to hire the services of an Agency to handle all preparations. I do not like chaos. :)
I was placed with an Audi Engine Assembling Plant in Tianjin; the twin city of Bejing and Hebei. I decided to extend my stay from 3 to 7 months later in the process as I was so happy with the offer presented. It was a very competitive opportunity and took me several rounds of interview and selection process. It started with 5 of us from the CIP platform, and only 2 were selected which I happen to be one. It was reassuring as my placement coordinator assists with preparations and information for each round. On arrival, I got to know that not all Interns get through the same rigorous selection process. But hey! This is Audi; a premium organization every young Engineer will love to work. This makes my opportunity unique, and I felt I earned it.
The CIP team were on the ground, and I see them more often than I expect. A professional driver dressed in a CIP attire showed up at the airport to pick me up to my accommodation, then life started in China.
I was not too critical of other services as I prioritize my experience as 80% of the expectation. I had few trips to Xian to visit the terracotta warriors; I also had short travels along the silk road which is at the center of China's One Belt One Road initiative as well as the future of China. It was a fantastic experience I won't trade for other.
The program is good, and the CIP team have no illusions of how to serve Interns well. They will take time to explain what they provide; then you decide whether it is a good deal. The satisfaction commensurates the fees.

CIP is an excellent organization with deep empathy towards their clients. I had few free services to augment my experience, and I am grateful to Alfred, Joanna, Heidy, Lewis and especially Iris.
I promised them I will be back in 2019 and I mean it. "Zai Jian"

Yes, I recommend
Shannon
Shannon
10/10

I have been part of the CIP Engineering Internship through my University Portal. I have visited China at several opportunities and my Chinese proficiency is intermediate. I felt I need an agency or a platform that can organize the facets of my internship so I spoke with my career adviser who introduced me to CIP Program.
The placement process was smooth and I secured an Internship Opportunity with a European Engineering Company. I was there as a Project Engineering Intern; a role I like so much. The Company deals with Institutional clients like Airbus, Boeing Benz, Audi, and BMW.
I was tasked to assist the sales team to coordinate the technical evaluation of client experience using our proprietary technologies in Auto and Aviation industry. I also participated in evaluating project feasibility and analysis.
The most challenging part of my internship is keeping an eye on Project delivery and timelines using various software and systems. For the months that I interned with them, my colleagues relied on my intuition which brings so much pressure to bear. My communication skills were key to a successful internship
I was also able to learn Technical Mandarin Vocabularies related to my industry which is a step in the right direction
I am very thankful to the CIP team for being there at the onset. CIP created a very friendly atmosphere for all participants. The Business Networking and weekend trips were right on point :)
My Mentor was awesome making sure I am prepared for the Job market.
I selected CIP because of the uniqueness of their programs and the fact that they were on top of issues. I will recommend CIP to all Interns considering China.

How can this program be improved?
I think CIP is heading towards the right direction given the program components.
Yes, I recommend
Laura
1/10

I carried out an internship for 2 months but I experienced poor organisation with the programe arrangements in terms of the welcome pack, sight seeing, chinese lessons etc. It was great that we get provided with a phone (I paid extra for this) but it arrived 19 days late, the sim card did not arrive, I had no chinese lessons whilst my first sight seeing trip was arranged on my 4th or 5th week.

I was left stranded so I feel that that my safety was not considered and there was no work for me to do when I got their because they only had Chinese based clients even though well spoken English was stated in the job description. I was advised to go on WeChat all day, every day for 2 months! Unfortuantely I came back without learning anything, apart form the culture.

The colleagues in the office at work however did seem nice and wanted to get on me.

I have heard that the programme has previously been a sucess however overall I think I was just unfortunate to have recieved this experience.

How can this program be improved?
By delivering all services to standard as stated according to the programme.
By providing more sight trips earlier on as this is the time where most people would like to make friends, or at least stagger them as stated in the programme. e.g. once every 2 weeks...instead of my first on my 4th weekend.
Response from China Internship Placements

Thanks so much Laura Smyth for Selecting the CIP Platform and sharing your experience. It is our wish to deliver career transformation, and we’ve stayed true to this mission for the past 10 years. You may have reservations about our service delivery but being ethical and stating the truth is critical.
Especially given that you will be a leader someday. It is good to know that you enjoyed the cultural side of the program. We hosted 87 interns in Shanghai city and during the 2017 Summer Session, and you are privy to this.
Most of the services you claim not to have received offered, but you did not avail yourself.

As part of streamlining our Intern's experience, we distributed 3 evaluation forms from CIP, the Company as well as your Own University (University of Northampton) but you never submitted any response. Our Director of Operations also followed up several times. The success of your experience is dependent on you cooperating adequately.
Fortunately, you were not the only Intern from CIP who interned with the same Company this summer. We, therefore, found it surprising the experience wasn’t great in your case.
We always protect any information regarding our Alumni, unless under circumstances like this. I will be very straight to the point that CIP Internship Programs are not meant to be only fun, but also your professional exposure is vital. We laid primary emphasis on the experience as well as Chinese Business and cultural exposure needed to position you for the Job Market.
CIP placed you into one of China’s finest PR and Branding firm; the Placement Team also gave you the opportunity to speak with the Human Resource Manager of the Company to confirm all details before signing an offer letter. You clarified your roles and asked questions, even talked with your supervisor before arrival. We deem this process as very vital to your experience, and we did not compromise it. We got your performance review report from the Company during and after your internship. We noticed that you did not attach any seriousness to the opportunity even though the Organization sponsored you to other cities to plan branding events and prepare logistics and associated reports. Wechat as you rightly stated is a central platform for any marketing agenda in China, and it is not wrong to have training about using it. Punctuality, team skills, and commitment to your job roles were important some of which were not present in your performance.
We usually provide Mentoring and counseling services to help interns understand how to act responsibly especially when this is their first corporate experience, but you turned it down

For the Package arrival, we provided you with tracking evidence why it delayed. The Package was delivered to your apartment, but you were not present. As usual, we spoke with you and then you requested delivery to your company. There isn’t much blame to apportion here as the initial delivery was on time but we do apologize for the delay in your package

Regarding Activities, We scheduled several activities, and our Program Coordinators invited you to attend, and you did not show up because you had other priorities. You never made time to even meet other interns on the program. We have all that in evidence and I think we already provided that to you.
For Chinese language lessons, you attended first 3 sessions and later stopped turning up when class time is due. I personally called you asking that you try and attend the classes.
Safety: CIP provided you an insurance coverage of up to $100,000 of health care, and we have on record that you met the Doctor several times. You lived with other interns at the center of the city which raised no issues of compromised safety

We offered all services as agreed and you either did not avail yourself because you had personal plans or you ignored our program Coordinators when they reach out. You requested for a private activity organized for you alone which we did, but you canceled last minute.

Most of the issues and concerns were never raised during the program; you also did not turn up the evaluation documents. Very interestingly, You requested a refund of £3,000 (which is more than your program fee) and threatened this kind of reviews.
We are committed to ensuring we deliver services to meet the set standard and to serve our intern community properly. Personal interests will not be considered.

We wish you all the best in your future endeavor and career choices. Always remember developing an excellent personal profile requires commitment, professionalism and hard work.

No, I don't recommend
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rodrigo
10/10

Sustaining the environment for the future generation is a major concern to everyone. After spending 12 weeks I am even more convinced that China is the place to be if you want to contribute improving the environment. I loved my work and everything in China.
My role was basically about Compliance. Providing support to the development and coordination of training programs in support of the set standard.
Working with a construction company, I assisted my supervisor with maintaining the Site Preparedness and Emergency Plans & Procedures, support coordinating regulatory programs and its applications and help support the compliance process, supporting and providing relief for the environmental department and other related environmental support tasks.
Thank you China for this incredible life opportunity.

Response from China Internship Placements

Rodrigo, Thanks so much for sharing your experience. We appreciate your recommendations. Looking to serve you with Alumni Support Services. Have a wonderful Year :)

Yes, I recommend
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nadiya
10/10

I highly recommend internship in China for their outstanding services rendering to young graduates and mankind as a whole. I never thought I would acquire so much career knowledge at this early stage in life. But, CIP and China had made it possible.
During my internship I learned many skills among which includes - e-mail marketing campaign development & implementation, assist my immediate supervisor in updating main website (uploading photos etc), building digital marketing profile via Google, SEO, performing advanced internet research and learning new e-commerce strategies.
The internship program was well organized, productive and fun (in terms of parties and historic sightseeing).

Yes, I recommend

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