What’s on your CV? In today’s ultra competitive economy, it’s not easy to gain stand-out experience. How do you set yourself apart? Intern in Beijing, you will build the skill-sets that recruiters today seek in their intern candidates, and require of their full-time hires. There’s no better way than gaining that experience than with a student Internship or a graduate internship in China for one, two or three months. Beijing internships in finance, law, marketing, public relations, business are very popular positions through the Beijing Internship Program.
As a recent graduate or student interning in Beijing, you will be living in the heart of the capital city of China as a Beijing intern, you will benefit from Beijing intern housing, transportation to and from your internship, sponsored weekend activities to local tourist spots, social- and cultural activities as well as invitations to exciting business events in the city to make sure that you make the most of your time in China while interning in Beijing surrounded with other ambitious university students from all around the world who wants to get an edge over their peers.
We don’t have an official application deadline. We close applications as soon as all of the available spots are filled. Trust us, you don’t want to miss out on this!
No. English is the only language requirement for an Absolute Internship.
We work with both small and large companies with established internship programs. Unfortunately, we can’t provide a list of companies that we work with due to confidentiality reasons.
You will reside in high quality student housing, centrally located in the heart of the city. Transport connections are just a short walk away. Living and socialising alongside other students from all over the world will be a fun and memorable part of your summer experience with Absolute Internship.
You will need to purchase your own flights and international insurance. Additionally, you will be required to cover any food, drinks and personal shopping expenses accrued throughout the summer.
Work-based learning is regarded as an educational opportunity, and more often than not visa specifications require that international internships be unpaid.
Nevertheless, in rare cases, interns can and do receive renumeration.
Our placement team will not make this a priority when searching for your internship and we therefore recommend that you assume your internship will be unpaid.
Flights are not included in the price but we can help suggest flights for you in advance.
We will help organise group lessons for participants who want to learn Chinese. This is not included in the price. Please speak to the Absolute Internship team before arrival in order to arrange your language lessons.
You must have turned 18 by the program start date.
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