China Internship Placements
China Internship Placements Programs
China Internship Placements is looking for an intern to take on the role of assistant to general management for a traditional trading house in Beijing or Shenzhen. Responsibilities...
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The host company established in 2000,has been the premiere agency to assist corporations with their global sales, resource, logistic, and import & export needs. Alongside...
China Internship Placements (CIP) offers Intensive Chinese Language Study programs in summer. The program presents, adventure, study, travel and so much more to spice up
China Internship Placements Reviews
A world of style and creativity
Submitted by isabella mikel - Washington State University | December 29, 2017
Before coming to China to intern I did not know what to expect but upon completing my 9 weeks internship, I had a different opinion altogether. The program exceeded my expectation. Been part of the first batch of interns commenced the new branch of a multinational company based in Shenzhen. Assigned tasks as an intern were preparing drawing packages including lighting and furniture, preparation of project sample boards, attending design team meetings and clients meetings, continuous update of design information and schedules, working closely with the supervisor and other related duties. I had a great time with the loving people of Shenzhen. Apply now, don’t waste time.
Program: Fashion Design (Internship)
Career booster with the CIP program
Submitted by Rose Brennan Foster - Frankfurt School of Finance & Management | December 29, 2017
I am been very skeptical about internships abroad because I had a personal conviction that many of these programs are hyped. I many time tread cautiously whenever trekking unknown grounds! I ALWAYS do. Just consider this! Which young graduate will to work for an organization? Seem unheard of right? Anyway, let’s think about it again.
If you can afford the monetary commitments, and you are in need of a career development with international touch, then you should give this a try. It's certainly a GAME CHANGER.
I decided to take a 2017 internship with CIP in Shanghai and it was really an eye-opening project. I had already traveled to Beijing twice to learn Chinese language with Peking University. I am in my penultimate year but interning in Asia’s financial center was never a dream I thought could happen as quick. Though I have been in Beijing and comfortable with the cultural expectations, I was skeptical of what to expect in Shanghai. I was not too worried also because I felt both cities share some similarities.
As an Intern, I worked as a financial analyst and I learned so much. I got to know that there are so many opportunities at the senior level for foreigners in China. I learned so much more about managing time as a professional as I had to blend my tight schedules with client meetings and Business Development.
Our housing apartments are located in Jing’An District which is downtown Shanghai with easy traveling time to work each morning and so much nightlife.
CIP organized so many trips and cultural activities which were really interesting and created a vibrant intern community.
I understand interns are not paid in China but in my case, the host company was generous enough to offer some form of compensation. I made so many friends and connections over the 12-week program.
Overall, the program was properly administered by the CIP Team and was so prompt in response.
Program: Financial Analyst (Internship)
Enjoy a new world of convenience through China internship program
Submitted by Carl Joel Sharpe - University College London | December 29, 2017
Working in a giant accountancy firm in China is a career opportunity that happens once in a blue moon. The dedicated and talented experts cemented my ground as far as accounting course was concerned. The internship full of analysis and detailed calculations included some roles: book-keeping, transaction recording according to source documents, detailed account, summary table of accounting voucher, and then account the general ledger; assisting in preparing Profit and loss statement at the end of month, assisting Accountants with financial analysis of actual projected expenses and other miscellaneous duties.
I was privileged to intern with such an accounting firm and I hope to be back again.
Program: Accounting (Internship in China)
Great career opportunity on the CIP platform
Submitted by Regina Cray - Princeton university | December 29, 2017
It was an eye-opening experience to have done my international internship in China. I chose to intern in China for 12 months to fulfill credit for my industrial experience. The application process was smooth and CIP was able to meet the requirements of my University. I selected CIP because I believe their placement process is the way. They gave me the opportunity to interact with the companies in question before accepting to intern. The fact that I was involved in the selection criteria meant so much to me. The program delivery, assistance and support were just what I expected.
China has so much for everyone. The experience alone will be empty without cultural activities, exposure and business seminars. Overall, I had a great experience.
First internship experience
Submitted by simon willis - New York university | December 29, 2017
First impression about China is very impressive. There were several opportunities to network with professionals from all aspects. The program is great as the career mentoring and coaching exposed me to hind sides that I could not have figured out myself. The program directors and supervisors at CIP are very supportive and always available.
My confidence level has improved considerably as most of my roles require conducting meetings with clients and negotiating contracts and closing deals. Practicing industry jargons in Chinese which is awesome.
I will recommend CIP to any student or young graduates looking to explore their career options.
Program: Financial Analyst (Internship)