CRCC Asia is delighted to announce a new partnership with The University of Kent. As the leading provider of internships in China, CRCC Asia will be working with The Dean of Internalisation to make practical work experience abroad accessible in a wider range of subjects.
The University of Kent’s Careers and Employability Service are fully funding 5 students participate on CRCC Asia’s Award winning China Internship Program in Beijing this summer through the BKEW Global (China) scheme. The University of Kent are also providing additional funding towards return flights to China for the successful applicants. Students should apply to the scheme directly via the Careers and Employability Service website.
Founded in 2006, CRCC Asia has sent over 5,000 interns to China from all over the world. They have links with over 500 companies across 3 first-tier Chinese cities, Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, from large multi-nationals to Chinese start-ups, who work in 14 different sectors, from Finance, Marketing and Business to IT, Engineering and NGOs. The program includes pre-departure assistance and visa processing, airport pickup and orientation on arrival, weekly Mandarin lessons , exclusive business and networking events, regular social and cultural events and bilingual teams based in all 3 cities who are able to provide 24/7 support.
An internship in China is fantastic way to gain work experience in a booming economy and broaden your horizons. International internships offer a great opportunity to differentiate your CV from the crowd and provide tangible evidence of adaptability, a skill highly valued by employers in an increasingly globalized world. Through the China Internship Program students will also have the opportunity to live and work in one of the world’s oldest civilizations and learn more about China’s fascinating history and culture. CRCC Asia hope Kent students seize this unique opportunity to gain valuable work experience in an exciting international environment.
For more information, please visit the CRCC Asia website. Closing date: 14th March 2016.