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We have partnerships with over 600 Host Companies across 14 sectors, so our alumni really do stand out from the crowd. To put this into perspective, 89% of our participants obtain a graduate-level job within 3 months and 30% of interns are offered a full-time position at their host company after their internship!
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CRCC Asia Programs
We offer award-winning internships (as featured on CNBC, Bloomberg, WSJ, BBC News) in the economic powerhouse, China. You will acquire essential skills sought after by employers,...
We offer award-winning internships (as featured on CNBC, Bloomberg, WSJ, BBC News) in the dynamic, innovative and culturally refined city, Tokyo. Acquire essential skills...
We offer award-winning internships (as featured on CNBC, Bloomberg, WSJ, BBC News) in the vibrant city of Manchester. You will acquire essential skills sought after by employers,...
CRCC Asia Reviews
Internships in Shanghai
Submitted by A. Coates - Liverpool John Moores University | December 01, 2017
My experience in Shanghai with CRCC Asia is one I am very grateful for. The opportunity to live and work in a culture so vastly different than my own is one that very few people get to experience. Not only have I boosted my employability but also my life experience. The memories made are some that will last a lifetime as they were once in a lifetime.
Internship program- Beijing
Submitted by Juliette - Richmond The American International University | November 30, 2017
Being immersed in Beijing for two months was certainly a challenge and having been to China before it prepared me for the experience. During my time there I had the opportunity to travel outside Beijing to the city of Qing Dao and this was great time to relax after the two months.
The CRCC Asia program was great, they placed me in a international division of a marketing company. The company had a Chinese and International team. I worked in the International team. The accommodation was very good due to it's convenient location as there were many restaurants, cafe's and bars.
The staff was very friendly and this made the program less stress-free. The networking provided with new opportunities me opened more doors back home in London and I would highly recommend the program for one who is looking to widen their network and gain more experience.
My intern experience
Submitted by Pooja - University of Sussex | November 29, 2017
The internship was amazing! It really was a brilliant way to get a feel for a tough work environment that's quite different to the UK. It gave me a lot of transferable skills and I had the best time and made some awesome new friends!! The social life in Beijing is fantastic as they really pride themselves on going out in groups either personally or professionally and it's a great way to interact and meet new people.
Devils in Beijing: My summer in Beijing
Submitted by JohtoMoto - Arizona State University | November 26, 2017
Being in Beijing was an incredible experience, compounded by the awesome non-governmental organization I worked with, Beijing Youth International Culture and Arts Association. The program CRCC Asia helped to coordinate was a phenomenal experience and absolutely something I would recommend to others. It was my first time abroad and it went beyond smoothly. Though the work was not necessarily what I was interested in (we couldn't find a human rights internship unfortunately) the work I did was nonetheless important in supporting low-income communities. I worked at the main office and created a comprehensive list of museums across the world for my organization to use in promoting globalized art and cultural artifacts. I also went in twice a week to a special needs primary school in Eastern Beijing, which was such a wholesome experience.
Overall, CRCC Asia did an excellent job at supporting our internships, our network-building, and providing a great experience abroad.
Marketing intern in Shanghai!
Submitted by Andrew Simmonds - University of Canterbury | November 24, 2017
Working as a marketing intern for Haizol I quickly began to see where my personal strengths and weaknesses lie. After turning in assignment after assignment I would keep getting the similar positive feedback from my manager. This has helped me achieve a sense of self-actualization as I had quickly identified my constant short-comings when looking for feedback on any piece of work I produced for the company. Being the only westerner working for Haizol it had forced me to practise my Chinese speaking as most of my colleagues spoke little or no English whatsoever. As I continue to further develop my command of Mandarin at university this year I feel like I have seen a significant improvement on the quality of Chinese I can produce for my lecturer to assess. This is due to spending two months in China being immersed in the lovely culture and people in Shanghai. All the knowledge I gained in China is directly translatable to all of my subjects back home as I can further understand how to best approach the many obstacles I face throughout the year.