China Internship Placements
China Internship Placements Programs
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 (CIP) offers University Mandarin Studies at Beijing Language and Cultural University (BLCU). The program features a great combination of properly...
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China Internship Placements Reviews
Apprendre le Chinois en Chine avec China Internship Placements (CIP)
Submitted by CHarles Hugo - University of Sorbonne | November 20, 2015
Étudier en chine a définitivement changé la cours de ma vie. Je pourrais ouvertement admettre que l'expérience vécue à l'étranger avec l'intermédiaire de China Internship Placements LLC est l'une des plus importantes décisions que j'ai prise de toute ma vie. Tout en explorant de nouvelles découvertes à l'étranger, après avoir longuement discuté avec ceux déjà venus en chine, c'est alors là que j'ai compris qu'il était temps pour moi aussi d'aboutir à ma propre expérience. CIP a rendu mon séjour en chine très agréable. Que ce soient le louer ou bien d'un virement bancaire ou même toutes autre questions financières, le personnel de CIP a fait en sorte de m'aider a chaque étape. Je n'ai jamais eu l'impression d'être seul, et je crois que c'était certainement grâce à l'orientation et au soutien qu'ils m'ont donné que j'ai eu l'un des semestres les plus incroyables de ma vie.
Dès votre arrivée à l'aéroport jusqu'au moment de retour à la maison, vous pouvez avoir l'esprit tranquille. Ils prennent soin de vous. Cela est difficile de décrire juste en quelques mots à quel point une expérience de 4 mois peut vraiment changer une vie. Le fait de n'avoir jamais été à l'écart de mes proches Auparavant, j'ai fait la décision la plus soudaine de partir seul en chine. Jusqu' à présent, nous tous chérissent ces mémoires qu'on a eus lors de notre séjour pré-semestriel, comme étant la première fois que nous nous rencontrions les uns et les autres. Tout au long des quatre mois, le pays que j'ai vu et les endroits que j'ai pu voir étaient absolument incroyables. Les cours intensifs de la langue sont l'une des meilleures manières d'apprendre le mandarin, mais aussi d'acquérir des connaissances fondamentales de la langue. Que ce soit des endroits pittoresques célèbres locaux ou bien des activités organisées par CIP ou mes amis chinois, chaque jour était de mieux en mieux. Si vous envisagez d'étudier à l'étranger, cette expérience est loin d'être comparable. Peu importe les obstacles, le personnel de CIP vous aide jusqu'au bout et je vous promets que vous aurez le plus incroyable quatre mois de votre vie.
Program: Study Abroad in China
Summer To Remember with CIP - The Red Dragon Immersion
Submitted by Stephane Scule - Harvard Community High School | November 20, 2015
For those four weeks that I spent in China with the study tour summer program, it really changed my mind for the better. Since the early age, China has always been on the horizon and definitely on my list of targets that I set for myself.
I decided to join the Study & Tour Program organized by China Internship Placements (CIP) for a duration of one month. From the beginning I was quite impressed by the combined structure of their program – within that proposed four weeks I would get to learn Mandarin language and participate in all sorts of new activities for a full month. From the moment I arrived in China, we got right to it. Our group was comprised of a lot of people, mostly in our teenage years. Our schedule included Chinese language classes which were really fun. I really like learning Chinese and prior to visiting China, had had some foundation with the language.
With this study tour program, everything is included in the package; you are guaranteed accommodation for the whole time, you get 3 meals a day as usual and transport is organized for you whenever we have to take trips around the city. The program coordinators speak English and are quite friendly – I even practiced my Chinese with them on several occasions. I liked the fact that for some of the lunch times, they prepared some traditional Chinese food for us to try out. Of course, traditional cuisine is an important part of the Chinese culture and I have to say that Chinese food in China tastes (and looks) much better than the Chinese food I eat back in the US.
Spending just that one month in China was such a great experience that I am determined to continue studying Chinese, I understand more about the culture and saw a lot of interesting places. I am still in contact with some of the friends I made back during the study tour and I look forward to the next time I can visit China.
Summer Programs with CIP is awesome from arrival at the airport, program components etc. My Kung-fu Classes has been helpful putting me in shape. Coming back home, I wake up missing those itineraries, the people, and just everything. The Diaries, the pictures will leave with me forever
The Rollercoaster Study & Tour in China
Submitted by Eric White - University of Calgary | November 20, 2015
Upon signing up for China Internship Programs’s one-month study tour program, I was excited to see what they had planned for us. That month in China for me was fully packed with fun activities cleverly combined with a Chinese language short curriculum to ensure quick learning.
Usually, mornings would begin with normal Chinese language classes for a total of 3-4 hours every day. Everybody in my class was at a similar level of Chinese, although in the beginning I realized that I needed to quickly adapt to the Chinese way of teaching. A lot of the lessons included learning new vocabulary, memorizing frequently used phrases and practicing oral Chinese. Learning was made fun, the pace wasn’t too rushed and I really liked studying with my new classmates and friends. It made the whole experience so much better than I originally imagined.
Personally my favorite part of the day has to be the afternoons; there was always some new activity arranged for all students every day. The activities varied from Chinese cooking classes, Chinese board games, visiting historical sites and landmarks around the city etc. The activity that sticks out for me is definitely learning about Chinese tea culture and its ceremony – who knew that there would be so much precision needed just to make a cup of tea! Before coming to China, I had already read about the Great Wall and The Forbidden City. With the study tour program, I was really happy when the coordinators took us to see these places, with the added advantage of having English-Chinese speaking guides.
The study tour program that China Internship Placements helps coordinate is a month long, but the activities planned are so interesting and varied that you are guaranteed to have a few personal favorites. I absolutely enjoyed myself and would love the chance to come back again.
Studying Chinese Language in the Most Gorgeous city, Shanghai with CHina Internship Placements
Submitted by Anderson Rose - Michigan State | November 20, 2015
Time and time again I kept getting the urge to finally go to China and get a different experience from my normal routine. Having a little bit of a background in Mandarin, my trip to China was long overdue! Browsing through some language programs based in China, I came across China Internship Placements (CIP) and quickly decided that I would go through their services i.e. coordinating my needs with a preferable university in China and arranging everything on my behalf.
The best way to enter should probably be through a comprehensive program
Fudan University soon became the number one choice for me. Classes began soon after registration and the pace of learning was definitely not what I was used to before. Back at home, sentence structures and phrases that would take me at least a month to fully master, at Fudan University it was just a week’s task. Although in the beginning I felt a bit overwhelmed, after a while, though, things got much better and I adjusted comfortably. One thing I am still reeling about even now is the amount of homework that the Chinese teachers assigned! Now I understand why they say at least six months of serious Mandarin/ Chinese study will lead to accelerated results.
I had different teachers for each aspect of Chinese study: listening, speaking, reading and comprehensive Chinese. I particularly enjoyed the speaking lessons as they were about group work and small oral presentations in a class of approximately 15 people. It was fun interacting with my classmates coming from different countries, yet all trying our best to communicate in Chinese. One important tip that was surprisingly effective for me was surrounding myself with friends whose English wasn’t so good, this was good in that we were forced to communicate in Chinese and practice everything we learnt. The good thing about Fudan University is that they will place you in a class of people who have a similar Chinese ability to you. Learning was fun, interactive and it’s relatively simple to feel motivated if everyone around you is also determined.
One thing I must mention though is the culture shock. Coming from a western country, nothing about China is familiar at first sight. For me, the food took some time to adjust to but after going through my own mini “trial & error” I had a few favorites such as “gong bao ji ding” - chicken mixed with peanuts, spring onion and a type of sauce, usually eaten with rice.
My experience studying Chinese at Fudan University was really positive; the help I got through China Internship Placements (CIP) also left me satisfied and I’m definitely going to continue studying Chinese even back home.
Overall, the program was properly organized.
Program: Study Mandarin in Fudan University
My Greatest Study Abroad Mission
Submitted by Abigail White - University of Illinois | November 20, 2015
They say Beijing Language and Culture University is a small United Nations. What ever could that mean I used to wonder, and then I found myself at this university; “BLCU” as it is commonly known.
I decided to study Abroad because I wanted to experience the world. As my parents agreed to this, the next thing was to pack and go. CIP was perfect at creating the opportunity as their program component and delivery was just what I expected.
BLCU is one of China’s most renowned language universities, specializing in teaching Chinese to foreigners. On arrival at BLCU, it seemed to be a melting point of several different nationalities with one single purpose: to study Mandarin/ Chinese and better understand Chinese culture. My first few days there, I met other students coming from European countries, the Americas, Africa, Asia and some other Pacific islanders whose countries I have to admit I had been unaware of previously. On every corner you turn to, or any campus avenue you walk on, you hear a melody of different languages; besides Chinese, I think it’s safe to say Russian also made quite an impression on me! This is when I finally got the “United Nations” joke!
I chose to do the Standard Mandarin Chinese classes at BLCU and I went through China Internship Placements (CIP) as an agency to get a placement at the university. At BLCU, the class size is on average between 10-20 students, which I thought was decent enough. The one thing that impressed me the most was the fact that you study with people who have the same level of Chinese proficiency as you. On arrival, they let you take a little test to determine what level you have and make the necessary placement for you. I was very satisfied with this. I came to China barely able to carry a conversation in Chinese, my grammar was all over the place, and my sentence structures actually had no structure at all! After a month I slowly started noticing some improvement. The best thing was when I realized I could chat with taxi drivers; I even started looking forward to going to the small corner shop next to my building and chatting with the owner!
Because I had chosen to have standard classes, mornings were formal class study and afternoons were free. Occasionally the university organized an outing to the Great Wall; afterall, they say you haven’t really been to China unless you climb the Great Wall. China Internship Placements (CIP) is the organization that helped me get to China and assisted me with all the preparation and even registration on my first day. It definitely was very helpful especially to somebody like me who had previously never been to China at all. Occasionally, China Internship Placements (CIP) too also had some weekend activities planned that I was welcome to attend. My only wish is that those activities be different to what is already offered at BLCU, just so that there’s more variety.
When I got to China, I was well received by a representative from the China Internship Placements (CIP) organization, starting from the airport pick-up and getting settled at BLCU. I have to admit; I really enjoyed my time there and learning about the Chinese culture. I made lots of friends whom I hope to keep in touch with, I think sometime in the near future I will travel to China again.
If you want to study Abroad in China, I will recommend CIP 100%