Intern Abroad in China's most popular sectors!
Go Abroad China as the largest Internship provider in China, with over 13 years of experience, more than 600 established partnerships, over 2000 internship placements to choose from, GAC provides participants with invaluable and exciting experience through a China internship program. We are able to place interns into any sector at all.
We have over 14 distinctive sectors into which our interns are placed. These sectors are distinctive because they present volumes of opportunities and unending exposure and knowledge for Young graduates according to our industry survey conducted in 2013. We update our sectors list each year and eliminate the dying industries from our list. This means that any industry found on our site is vibrant. These companies present a platform for our internship participants to be duly mentored and offered practical experiences.
Our placement department and application review committee are knowledgeable people about trends and progress of each of these sectors. They evaluate participant’s expectations, career goals and areas of study and make a professional placement.
Over the years, our interns have developed a positive image and are noted for professionalism and hard work. This explains why most companies in China prefer to hire interns from China Internship Placements’ China Internship Program.
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GAC Internship in China Program presents a platform for young graduates to consolidate and add to knowledge gained during study. It presents very updated technology exposure with huge multinational...
Marketing, PR & Media Internship
GAC China Internship Program offers International Internship opportunities for graduates into numerous sectors including Marketing. GAC’s Marketing Internships in China are the sure ways to launch...
International Trade Internship
GAC arrange International Trade Internships in China for participants looking to understand how trade is carried out between Chinese companies and their counterparts abroad.
Finance and Accounting Internship
GAC China internship features in the area of Accounting and Finance. Our Accounting and Finance internship program presents opportunities for interns to consolidate their...
Hospitality & Hotel Internship
GAC has arranged numerous Interns into five Star hotels and other companies in the travel and tourism industry. Our hospitality internships in China is a solid program...
IT & Telecommunication Internship
GAC’s IT internship in China program presents a golden opportunity for young graduates to gain experiences in China’s most important sector. GAC also places participants into telecommunication.
Legal & Paralegal Internship
A legal internship Program in china through China Internship Placements will enhance your legal professional skills.
GAC China Internship Program presents a good platform got young graduates to get hands on experience being mentored..
Architecture & Real Estate
Real Estate and Architecture Internship Programs in China with our China Internship Program will equip you with the best practices of the industry. From consulting to Financing and Investments..
Medical & Pharmaceutical Internships
Get the opportunity to prove you’ve got it takes by joining our Healthcare and allied health internships in China where it matters most. Our program places interns into Hospitals for job shadowing a doctor...
NGO, Charities & CBO Internships
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Insurance & Risk Mgt Internship
GAC provide Insurance and Risk internships in China in our internship program. The program is based in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Dalian. Students from Economics, mathematics...
A transport and logistics internship in China will land interns in multinational organizations with the opportunity to gain hands- on experience about the Chinese logistics industry. There are volumes...
China's financial system is highly regulated and has recently begun to expand rapidly as monetary policy becomes integral to its overall economic policy. As a result, banks are becoming more important to China's economy by providing increasingly more finance to enterprises for investment, seeking deposit from the public to mop up excess liquidity and lending money to the government. As part of US$586 billion economic stimulus package of November 2008, the government is planning to remove loan quotas and ceilings for all lenders, and increase bank credit for priority projects, including rural areas, small businesses, technology companies, iron and cement companies.
GAC places interns with high profile companies involved in venture capital, private equity, accounting, finance analysis, portfolio and growth management. By joining our GAC finance Internships, you will get the opportunity to observe more about Asia's rapid growth and development while gaining experience by working alongside successful professionals in private firms.
Following China's major reform in the early 1980's, its economy has been booming, with foreign companies eager to capitalize on the Chinese market. In 2001, China joined the World Trade Organization and has consistently enjoyed double digit year-on-year export growth rates, overtaking the US as the world's biggest trading nation in value of exports and imports. China is also becoming increasingly entrepreneurial, with exciting opportunities in start-ups that are driving forward a new wave of businesses that move at a faster pace than big bureaucratic businesses.
GAC's main objective is to tailor the projects to your interests and background. We have intern positions related with business development, sales and marketing, management, human resources, sourcing, import-export, etc. If ever you decide to choose this sector, you will have a lot of internship opportunities!
As China continues to develop its cities and expand inland, the need for engineering services and experts remains high. In the past five years, revenue for China's engineering industry has been increasing at a rate of 5.8% per year. With China's plans to further develop its inland regions and the urban population estimated to surpass 50%, demand for engineering services will continue to rise.
At GAC, we can place our participants in mechanical, electrical and chemical engineering-based companies. If you wish to gain experience and expand your knowledge in a country where various products are designed, engineered and manufactured: China is the place for you!
From ancient traditional Chinese architecture to modern day marvels, China is home to some of the most fascinating designs in the world. In 1990, China had only 5 buildings higher than 200 meters; whereas today there are more than 250, many of which have very unique modern architecture styles and interior designs.
Real estate is developed and managed by public, private and state-owned red chip enterprises. In the years leading up to the 2008 financial crisis, the real estate sector in China was growing so rapidly that the government implemented a series of policies - including raising the required down-payment for some property purchases. Beijing launched a massive stimulus package to boost growth, and much of the stimulus wound up flowing into the property market and driving prices upward, resulting in investors increasingly looking abroad. As of 2015, the market was experiencing low growth and the central government had easedp prior measures to tighten interest rates, increase deposits and impose restrictions. By early 2016, the Chinese government introduced a series of measures to increase property purchases, including lower taxes on home sales, limiting land sales for new development projects, and the third in a series of mortgage down payment reductions.
GAC gives you the opportunity to actually assist architects, work on different interior design projects, work in the sale department and help your assigned company find new clients as well as help maintaining existing clients, etc.
In 2013, China was and is still by far the world's largest online market with a staggering 600,000,000 Internet users. With a large online presence lies opportunity for expansion using technology, benefiting the IT industry. European and US IT companies are outsourcing to China in search of lower costs and higher productivity. China is investing in large-scale 3G deployments and broadband infrastructures, fuelling the growth of mobile application platforms.
Go Abroad China has organized a number of IT and technology-related internships with several good reputation companies, providing opportunities for interns to learn how IT and technology are developed in Asia. If you are interested by those sectors, you could work as a data analyst, IT technical support assistant, graphic designer assistant, etc.
Law in the People's Republic of China is currently undergoing gradual reform, as many elements inside and outside the country emphasize the need to strengthen the rule of law in China especially regarding the international trade. Globalization spurs transformations in various areas of Chinese domestic law. For most of the history of China, its legal system has been based on the Confucian philosophy of social control through moral education, as well as the Legalist emphasis on codified law and criminal sanction. Following the Revolution of 1911, the Republic of China adopted a largely Western-style legal code in the civil law tradition. The establishment of the People's Republic of China in 1949 brought with it a more Soviet-influenced system of socialist law. However, earlier traditions from Chinese history have retained their influence, even to the present. Many international companies operating in China seek legal advice to help protect their brand and navigate the intricacies of the Chinese legal system.
Go Abroad China offers internships in the legal sector in some of most popular Chinese law firms, as well as some multinational widely known corporations. Beijing being the legal centre of China and also attracting a lot of foreign businesses, you can be sure you will have full of opportunities in the capital. As for Shanghai being the commercial center of People's Republic of China, we couldn't find a better city for you to learn more about resolution of international disputes, investment transaction with China, etc.
Since the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949 and until the 1980s, almost all media outlets in Mainland China were state-run. Independent media outlets only began to emerge at the onset of economic reforms, although state-run media outlets such as Xinhua, CCTV, and People's Daily continue to hold significant market share. Independent medias that operate within the PRC are no longer required to strictly follow journalistic guidelines set by the Chinese government. In recent years, more and more independent media agencies are emerging.
Go Abroad China organizes exciting internships with well-known media firms regarding your educational background and/or previous working experiences. If you are interested to join one of these sectors, there are higher chances you will be working in Beijing or Shanghai.
China is a global hub for manufacturing, the largest worldwide manufacturing economy, as well as the largest exporter of goods in the world. China is also the world's fastest growing consumer market and second largest importer of goods.
By being the largest trading nation in the world, China plays a vital role in international trade. Since China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001, it has been working on free trade agreements with several nations: Australia, South Korea, ASEAN, Switzerland and Pakistan. China serves as one of the world's most important logistics and supply chain management hubs.
Go Abroad China has local and international partner companies that are willing to select our participants in these sectors.
Foreign enterprises in China have to understand how to market their products and services to the Chinese, while Chinese companies have to identify how to properly market their products and services to foreigners. The cultural differences and habits between Western and Chinese consumers are so vast that a one-size-fits-all marketing approach is unsuitable. It is crucial for companies to design their marketing and PR campaigns differently to suit separate groups. The advertising, marketing and PR industries are amongst the largest and fastest growing in China. Advertising sales have increased over 1,000 times since the early 80's!
As China's economy continues to see positive growth in corporate marketing, advertising expenditures will increase further, with the advertising industry alone expected to experience an average annual growth of 15% in the next 10 years.
Go Abroad China has successfully placed numerous interns in advertising conglomerates, digital marketing companies, PR firms and specialist marketing consultancies. If you decide to go with these sectors, you can be sure you will be challenged and will be given a lot of freedom to put knowledge into practice.
With China's modernization, the number of NGOs and volunteer organizations has risen a lot in the last past years. Some 500 000 NGOs have been registered over the past 25 years. NGOs are playing a prominent role in the development of the country. With the growing international pressure on China to commit to a clean environment, the NGOs working on this issue have greatly impacted society.
Go Abroad China has organized numerous internships within these types of organizations, which have allowed our participants to experience the different controls and regulations in China.
China is one of the most dedicated countries when it comes to talk about green technology. The Chinese government will spend upwards up $2.5 trillion over the next 15 years on clean energy projects designed to provide a lift-off to its most promising alternative energy firms. Citizens are also becoming more environmentally conscious and demand green technology innovations from both the government and private entities. China has ambitious targets for future renewable energy development, particularly in wind power, solar power heating, ethanol, biomass, and small hydropower. By 2020 China plans to have renewable energy account for 15% of the total consumption.
The art and culture scenes in China are gaining popularity and growing at a steady pace. Traditional and contemporary art pieces can be viewed and purchased in many more outlets across China, and the Chinese people's interest with the latest trends in art is rising.
As China moves away from its role as the world's factory and into establishing its own consumer identity, Chinese youth are thus looking to fashion to express themselves. The apparel market size in China is currently worth approximately US $150 billion, with a 15% annual growth rate. With China's luxury goods market poised to account for 20% of the world's by 2015, wealthy Chinese consumers are spending their money on high-end fashion brand names such as Chanel and Louis Vuitton.
Thinking about going into the consulting world? Consulting can offer you incredible experiences and career prospects. Consulting is really the art of making connections and developing solid networks, especially with the clients. If you decide to do your internship in a consulting company, you will be asked to share your ideas and communicate with diverse clients.
We have different partnerships with consulting companies in different sectors. A lot of our participants did the internship with one of our financial investment consulting companies.
Education is a broad term and there are many job roles available in this industry, ranging from marketing assistants to business planners and program developers all within an educational institution. You could work for a private Language Company, a school, etc.
If you join this sector, you will have the opportunity to learn about the inner workings of an educational system different from any other, in a country where children and adults take their learning very seriously.
HR is arguably one of the most challenging industries in China. Due to acute talent shortages, high attrition rates, and the ease with which skilled workers can jump from one job to another, companies in China struggle to attract, train, and retain the employees that they need to gain a competitive edge in human capital. As such, HR challenge has a considerable impact on the healthy development of companies. These major challenges have provided growth and demand within the industry, allowing for corporate training firms, recruiters, HR consultancy's and talent management businesses to all get in on the action.
Go Abroad China has organized numerous placements within HR departments of SME's as well as some of large firms. If you wish to gain international HR skills, administration experience, learn about how human resources are managed and operated in an international or Chinese work environment, this is the sector you should choose!
The Chinese insurance industry spans the globe. With China's large population, which accounts for a 1/3 of the world's population, come plenty of opportunities to develop this field.
There are a variety of roles you may find yourself in if you decide to join an insurance organization. For example, you may work in the following departments: sales, claims, customer service, management, etc.
China's total health expenditure in 2010 was 199.80 billion RMB (about US$29.51 billion). It accounted for 5.4% of 2012 China's GDP. With a total population of more than 1.3 billion people, there is no doubt that China has an impressive amount of medical institutions! In 2011, China had a total of 877 272 medical institutions and 3.5 medical institution beds per thousand residents. The pharmaceutical industry is one of the leading industries in China.
Considering the fact that R&D is rapidly increasing in the Chinese pharmaceutical industry, interning in that sector would definitely be beneficial for your career growth. If you are interested by this sector, you might work in local hospitals, clinics and also international healthcare facilities.
The travel and hospitality sector is going through quite remarkable growth in China right now. More and more foreigners are willing to visit China, while also more and more Chinese are making visits around the world. China received over 65 million international visits in 2013 and is also the world's third largest market for outbound tourists. This sector in China still has huge investment opportunities. Estimates show that by the end of 2015, China had more than 450 million passenger trips per year and the total investment in the industry surpassed 1.5 trillion Yuan (US$ 240 billion).
China's hospitality market is expected to figure among the most important in the world in the next couple of years. So if you are studying hospitality management or any other related fields, we can provide you an internship at some of the most renowned restaurants and hotels where we are sure you will learn a lot!
China's e-commerce sector is gaining immense popularity since it has experienced unprecedented growth in recent years. Chinese consumers are increasingly enjoying the convenience of shopping and doing business online. E-commerce giants, such as Alibaba and Tencent, show no signs of stopping as they each compete to gain a larger share of this highly profitable market, looking abroad even. China's e-commerce sector is and will remain a major driver of economic growth, as Internet penetration and Smartphone ownership continue to increase.
The digital retail market is definitely an important sector to explore! If you wish to do your internship in this sector, you might be matched with one of our companies that is selling its products internationally.
As the Chinese economy has become more commercialized and less government-sponsored, so too has the sports industry—sports management companies have grown in popularity to meet this rising demand.
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