Internships Abroad | CRCC Asia | The Leading Global Provider (2023)

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    "My Admission Advisor and some of the rest of the team, were extremely helpful when I had any queries. Even though they said slow responses on the weekends, they always got back to me quickly when I had any worries/queries. Great team"

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    Architecture, Sheffield Hallam University, Seoul Program 2022

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    "In a world that is becoming increasingly inter-dependent, it would be a crime to pass up an opportunity to experience diversity at its finest. I feel that this internship abroad has given me the competitive edge to thrive in a depressing economic society. I learned how working collectively is just as fundamentally important as working individually. I developed extensive market research techniques and methods that are dynamically feasible in any industry. I strengthened my sense of leadership by crafting the initial stages for a new organization within my company. Not to mention, I’ve developed long lasting friendships from across the world.

    Easily, the most enjoyable part of my experience was comparing life stories with colleagues while discovering many types of delicious Chinese food and exploring Beijing.

    No other internship experience that I’ve participated has left me with a great sense of inter-cultural awareness and that has prepared me for a graduate program and career in communications. My internship experience in China proves to be invaluable since the skills that I’ve acquired are intangible to my competitors and exclusive to my knowledge.

    The sagacious thing about CRCC internships abroad is that you’re surrounded by diverse students from all over the world in a beautiful city that welcomes visitors of all kinds. After completing my internship, I feel a greater connection to the world at large and equipped to enter a world of diverse magnitude."

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    Natasha W

    Marketing, PR & Advertising, Beijing, East-West University

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    "Participating in the CRCC Asia China Finance Internship Abroad program was a highly fascinating, stimulating and rewarding experience! I really enjoyed every single bit of my first ever experience in Beijing! From exciting and memorable site-seeing adventures, to mouth-watering Chinese cuisines and jaw-dropping acrobatic shows. The programme was packed with lots of fun!

    Above all, I learnt so much about China’s financial and economic development, engaged in Chinese business skills workshop and networked with market-leading professionals from various financial sector. A particular highlight for me was going on a site visit to Taikang Life (one of China’s major insurance companies) and observing the daily operations of the company’s risk management team. What was truly remarkable about the China Finance Course was the fact that other participants came from diverse academic background with varying level of financial knowledge and different areas of interest within the financial sector; this created a wonderful platform for us to share valuable and interesting views about finance in general. In deed, this internship abroad has greatly strengthened my passion for international finance and corporate work!"

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    Onyema U

    Finance & Accounting, Beijing

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    "My internship abroad with CRCC Asia was not only a valuable professional experience, but also an enlightening opportunity to see life in a different corner of the world. I was fortunate enough to work for a small environmental company in Shanghai, which finally enabled me to feel like I was making a difference in a field that I cared about. I conducted research, wrote reports, assisted with translations, prepared company contracts, and collaborated on a number of other company projects, all of which undoubtedly helped me prepare for a career in the 21st century. I would highly recommend this experience!"

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    Shaun Radgowski

    Green Technology, Shanghai, Yale University

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    "I gained so much knowledge and life experience being part of the Shanghai Internship program through CRCC Asia. I always dreamed of coming to China and I started studying Chinese in high school. I was fortunate to have the opportunity to combine my travel in China with a professional internship program that gave me depth and knowledge about Chinese business.I worked for a blockchain company founded in China. Specifically, I worked on a start-up AI/blockchain project providing verification and authorization technologies for the second-hand luxury goods market. I worked on a variety of projects including writing use cases, researching and writing media publications, providing analysis for the financial token sale, meeting with investors and team members, and working closely with marketing/social media channels.I worked directly under CMO and Co-Founder, who taught me so much about Chinese business and skills for success. I had a fantastic experience at my host company and developed what I know will be lasting relationships with my co-workers. I developed an advanced skill set I can apply to future jobs including problem solving, business and data analysis, communication, and writing skills.In addition to my work experience in Shanghai, I took advantage of the opportunity to travel and explore China. I visited several highlights around Shanghai and took several weekend trips outside of the city. I took the high-speed train to Beijing, flew to Xi’an, and took the train to Suzhou, Zhouzhuang, Hangzhou, Nanjing, and Zhuji. Each trip was amazing and expanded my cultural and world knowledge. I did my own research and preparation (including finding hotels, trains, flights, tours, restaurants etc.) and mainly traveled by myself to all these sites.Navigating a city or new culture by myself was a little scary at first but became a new norm and exciting experience. I gained a significant amount of self-confidence and awareness from my travels. I stepped outside of my comfort zone to interact with those I would not have before, navigated foreign places, and had things not always go my way.All my trips were incredibly rewarding experiences and I would not have done anything differently! Some of my favorite memories were a City Wall bike ride and viewing the Terracotta Warriors in Xi’an, going to Shanghai Disneyland (2 times!), a canal boat ride in Zhouzhuang, walking along the Great Wall in Beijing, and seeing the Songcheng Romantic Show in Hangzhou. The friendly and knowledgeable staff at CRCC was always available to provide advice on travel plans or any and every question I sent their way!I highly recommend this type of program for anyone interested in experiencing China while gaining cultural immersion in the workplace. Of course, it was a little nerve wracking to arrive in a foreign place and experience a new living situation, new food, new people, and a foreign culture and language. My advice is to take advantage of seeing as many new things as you can and meet many new people. Just say “yes” to new experiences and don’t look back!"

    Kara Leckinger

    Business, Shanghai, Miami of Ohio

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    "The months approaching my two month summer internship in Shanghai were filled with questions, Is this the right decision? Will I be able to handle it? And worst of all, will I regret it? Even with only one week left, I still find myself stopping and reflecting on the fact that I am currently in China, I am interning with a Russian clothing company, and that I am enjoying the experience more than I ever thought I could. During my time here I have seen, tried and learned more things than I even know at this moment, and I honestly believe it will be years until I can fully process, appreciate, and understand the impact this short two months will have on my life. I also feel it is important to add that nothing is all sunshine and rainbows, China can be an unsettling place. Despite that, those experiences have taught me the most and helped me grow as a person, both in the professional work environment and in my personal relationships. I can’t begin to thank Miami University enough for providing me the opportunity and helping me out along the way, and CRCC Asia for setting up my internship and getting me settled in."

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    David Blankenship

    Marketing, PR & Advertising, Shanghai, Miami of Ohio

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    "The international internship organized by CRCC Asia was a transformative experience. My placement was an incredible opportunity to develop new skills relevant to my field of study, Global and International Politics. I was delighted to complete my NGO/Charity internship at an embassy in Beijing, which enabled me to shape and advance my professional career.My role at the embassy gave me a first-hand experience of international diplomacy. Most importantly, CRCC Asia organized cultural events, business seminars, and weekly Mandarin lessons to facilitate a balance between my work and social life in China. I would like to thank CRCC Asia for their unwavering support throughout my internship. I highly recommend CRCC Asia for students who are interested in international internships and placements."

    Haley Temple-Donovan

    NGOs, Charities & Not for Profit, Beijing, Carleton University

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    "I gained so much knowledge and life experience being part of the Shanghai Internship program through CRCC Asia. I always dreamed of coming to China and I started studying Chinese in high school. I was fortunate to have the opportunity to combine my travel in China with a professional internship program that gave me depth and knowledge about Chinese business. I completed an internship at a leading AI/Blockchain company in Shanghai. I developed an advanced skill set I can apply to future jobs including problem solving, business and data analysis, communication, and writing skills. In addition, I visited several highlights around Shanghai and took several weekend trips outside of the city. I took the high-speed train to Beijing, flew to Xi’an, and took the train to Suzhou, Zhouzhuang, Hangzhou, Nanjing, and Zhuji. Each trip was amazing and expanded my cultural and world knowledge. I highly recommend this type of program for anyone interested in experiencing China while gaining cultural immersion in the workplace. Of course, it was a little nerve wracking to arrive in a foreign place and experience a new living situation, new food, new people, and a foreign culture and language. My advice is to take advantage of seeing as many new things as you can and meet many new people. Just say “yes” to new experiences and don’t look back! I have developed many long-lasting relationships while in China and will treasure the memories from my travel adventures in this beautiful country."

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    "My internship 100% affected everything – I am doing my dissertation on the luxury market in China. I gained a huge insight working at Christie’s with my primary research being aided by my colleagues from there. If I hadn’t done this internship, I would know which direction to be heading in. I worked at Christie’s Auction House and was directly involved in all aspects of the one of their biannual auctions. Work tasks included implementation of the auction, PR, advertising and being knowledgeable about the works of art, their expected value and the price they actually sold for.”

    Alice G

    Marketing, PR & Advertising, Shanghai, University of the Arts London

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    "Interning abroad through CRCC Asia has taught me the importance of networking and being able to sell myself as an asset. Therefore, one of the most important aspects of the experience was my ability to build a professional network of contacts all over Shenzhen as well as other parts of China. Efficiently leveraging this network will help me during my post-graduation career search. Though I may decide not to seek a career in China, many of my new network contacts have other connections all over the world. So, doors may be opened to things and places I never dreamed possible."

    Amber Bass

    Marketing, PR & Advertising, Shenzhen, University of Oregon

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    "CRCC Asia provided me with the opportunity of a lifetime and I will forever be grateful. Working in Tokyo was a wonderful, indescribable experience I will always remember and cherish. The team on ground are very helpful with providing support and events for all the interns. Especially considering how small the team is.My host company was very great as well. They treated me with the utmost respect, gave me a considerable amount of responsibility and made every day I worked there a day to remember. I honestly do not think I could have had a better internship experience anywhere."

    Abodunrin Akinfenwa

    Marketing, PR & Advertising, Tokyo, Swansea University

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    "It was a really great experience and also one to learn about what it will be like in a new workplace. Often you are not going to just get the dream job that you want right off the bat. It will be a while before you find the place that’s right for you and it is a great time to learn about where you think you fit in. I would definitely recommend this Program to anyone who is looking for travel and also practical experience in a foreign workplace. In an environment such as Shanghai you are going to get to experience some amazing tourist attractions, while also getting a chance to fit into a new culture and society. It is a great thing for resumes too and people will want to see all of the knowledge you have gotten from traveling abroad."

    Tyler Israel

    Travel & Tourism, Shanghai, University of Utah

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    "Interning in Tokyo with the help of CRCC Asia has been an incredible experience that cannot be missed. The full support from the CRCC Asia team has make this international internship easier and more enjoyable. This internship definitely pushed me out of my comfort zone and allowed me to explore the limits of nature by exceeding expectations. I was able to demonstrate my intellectual ambitions- as a consultant, a data analyst, a market researcher- with the opportunities this internship has presented to me. I have gained so much from this trip: resilience, self-confidence, cultural understanding, and transferable skills. It has been a steep and thrilling learning curve and definitely a major step towards fulfilling my career aspirations. Working in a global environment has been a challenging yet rewarding experience and will definitely give me a competitive edge in today’s job market."

    Hannah Dang

    Marketing, PR & Advertising, Tokyo,University of Michigan

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    "Through CRCC, I was able to gain experience in a Chinese IT company. The company itself has seen huge success offering blockchain and cryptocurrency related services, and the department that I was placed in offered me the opportunity to gain meaningful development experience in this dynamic new field!As a result, I’m walking away from this experience able to come back to live and work in China, and utilize the skills in data science and machine learning that I continued to develop this summer!"

    Steve Beattie

    Finance & Accounting, Shanghai, University of Michigan

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    "My internship in Shanghai, China has been enlightening. I was in the HR department, which gave me a chance to practice my language and interpersonal skills. I really liked the fact that I could communicate with people in Chinese and interact with professionals from various cities. If I can go back to this internship or work there for long-term, I would in a heartbeat. I wish I had more time with the organization to fully understand and immerse myself in my second home."

    Anna Lin

    NGOs, Charities & Not for Profit, Shanghai, Michigan State University

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    "If I could tell anyone one thing it would be: study abroad. I decided to travel and intern in Beijing, China because I wanted to go somewhere unique and put myself in an environment I was unfamiliar with. I got all of that and more. After spending my entire summer in China I am leaving with networking skills, new knowledge of the foreign sector of marketing, having attended embassy events, and with an overall appreciation and infatuation with China."

    Julia Yanowitz

    Media & Creative Industries, Beijing, University of Florida

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    "Thanks so much for CRCC Asia’s help this past month, you guys do a really amazing job making us feel so comfortable and confident here. It’s been great getting to know the team and it’s making me want to look into work opportunities with CRCC Asia after uni! Glad we’re just only halfway there!"

    Zac Sippel

    Business, Manchester, University of Oregon

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    “The experience that I got here was definitely useful to my career. I wasn’t sure what to expect but I definitely got a lot of experience of how business is conducted internationally. I definitely think it was rewarding – I would do it again.”

    Adam B

    Logistics, Shanghai, George Washington University

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    "My internship in Shanghai has also influenced me to direct my career path towards sales and marketing – a long way away from my science background. Since returning to Melbourne, I have also decided to undertake formal education to learning Chinese as a second language for personal development but also to broaden my job opportunities in the future."

    Errol P

    Hospitality, Shanghai, Monash University

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    "Interning in Tokyo challenged me 24/7 day to night. From trying to nail down my transit routine to adjusting to my workplace, I was always in a hurried state of learning, growing, and adapting. I truly owe my success to my coworkers for being so helpful and patient with me throughout my internship. They treated me as their own, even taking me out to lunch and exploring the city. Looking back at my time in Tokyo, I realize how much I’ve grown as both a professional and global citizen. I’ve gained international working skills and cultural perspectives from simply maneuvering through Tokyo’s dynamic streets. It’s quite impossible to write down everything I’ve learned, but I do know that because of this internship opportunity, I’ve grown to become a more globally aware individual than I was two months ago"

    Luna Terauchi

    Hospitality, Tokyo, University of Michigan

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    "My time in China was truly an eye opening experience. I was blown away by the country’s breathtaking views, bustling economy, and intimate relationship with technology. China had so much to offer. From hours spent learning about the country’s rich history, cosmetics and health food market trends, and regulatory affairs to days spent trekking and exploring the cities like Hangzhou and Qibao, China has equipped me with a global understanding of international business and regulatory affairs and given countless memories that I will cherish forever. I am a more culturally aware, self-reliant, and communicative person because of the time I spent in Shanghai, China. The experience forced me out of my comfort zone and try things (foods, activities, social settings etc.) that I never considered prior. I encourage all students to take the opportunity to intern abroad. Your life will be changed forever!"

    Ezimma Nnyagu

    Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare, Shanghai, University of Georgia

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    "The ability to provide first-hand insights to the world’s fastest-growing market has made me more confident moving forward in my career. I recommend CRCC Asia to all of my peers."

    Gregory B

    Finance & Accounting, Beijing, University of Florida

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    "I would certainly never have had the amazing experience I did without the CRCC Asia team and the experience is one I would recommend to anyone without a shadow of doubt."

    Harry C

    Engineering, Shenzhen, University of West England

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    "I found this internship and trip to China very beneficial, both personally and also for experiencing working in an international company. I was able to make some great worldwide contacts while over there. Honestly, life took a bit of getting used to when I got home because it is a stark contrast to how life was in China, but that’s what made China so great. For me the internship I had in China was definitely worth it!"

    Savia D

    Engineering, Beijing, Griffith University

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    "Studying overseas already, I market myself as international material – my goal and dream is to work internationally. Through this experience, I am learning what this international working environment looks like."

    Zhen M

    Business, Shanghai, Marshall Business School University of Southern California (USC)

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    The internship has been a really solid experience, with so many things happening in the work place, you really get thrown into the culture and are able to experience everything. To sum it up I’ve had an absolutely amazing time here, doing things that I’ve really enjoyed.

    Bradley D

    Marketing, PR & Advertising, Beijing

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    I learnt a lot of skills that I didn’t have before, and also lots of opportunities for work. I am able to come back and work for my company in the future. I am definitely considering it.”

    Richard H

    Business, Shanghai

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    "I didn’t really know what to expect from my time in Beijing. However after reflecting on my two months there, I wish it could have lasted a little longer. The internship itself was great because you are exposing yourself to a completely different business culture compared to the western world, and being able to adapt to such an environment is a unique and rewarding experience."

    David K

    Real Estate & Architecture, Beijing

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    "CRCC Asia went above and beyond my expectations. From the initial interview stage right up to post departure, CRCC Asia has been an organization with a lot of humanity. They have been able to answer all of my questions and concerns in a timely manner with honesty and genuine interest. They work incredibly hard to help you find work in a relevant industry, get a foothold in a foreign culture and assist you in reaching your personal goals. I easily recommend them."

    James Young

    Real Estate & Architecture, Tokyo

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    Interning through CRCC was one of the best decisions for me - I was able to improve my Chinese language skills, I made great friends and I have since leveraged this international experience to secure a role in my area of interest...

    Fiona Cheng

    Law, Shanghai

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    I would strongly advise anyone considering a CRCC Asia programme to just apply because that is what I did and it was one of the best decisions I made. In Irish we say, "De réir a chéile a thógtar na caisleáin" which loosely translates to "As time passes, castles are built". Time in China flew in and it changed me for the better...

    Félim Ó Maolmhána

    Law, Shenzhen

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    I chose to do an internship with CRCC Asia as a free elective through my university and I have not been disappointed.If you want to experience a new city in a foreign culture half way around the world and gain some industry relevant skills along the way, then this is the internship for you...

    Daniel Pilipczyk

    Internship Program, Beijing

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    I was able to immerse myself in a completely different culture, visit exquisite surroundings, and the chance to experience life working for a Chinese law firm was invaluable and will stand me in great stead for my future career...

    Navin Dhillon

    Law, Shenzhen

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    When looking back at my two month internship, it is an experience I will value for the rest of my life.I would highly recommend anyone at university or who has graduated to apply. Experiences like these are valuable and hard to come by...

    Ryan Moley

    Marketing, Generation UK China Programme, Beijing

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    For anyone considering international internships with CRCC Asia, I cannot recommend the service enough. You will enhance your CV in ways unimaginable, whilst simultaneously embarking on one of the best experiences of your life...

    Isabelle Dicks

    Green Tech, Beijing, University of Edinburgh

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    I was left inspired by culture, motivated by work and addicted to travelling. The CRCC Asia China Program has given me a positive impact on my professional and personal development...

    Herman Inthuvarman

    Green Tech, Shanghai, University of Derby

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    The programme has given me lifelong experience, new friends and quality work experience to add to my CV - this will set me apart from my university cohort...

    Andrew Reeves

    Finance, Generation UK China Programme, Shanghai

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    After searching high and low for the perfect opportunity, I stumbled upon CRCC Asia; I am glad I did! The 2-month language and internship program in Beijing was one of the best experiences I've had! ...Find out more

    Christine Lisowski

    Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, USA

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    The scholarship seemed a perfect way to combine learning new skills and adventure. Many companies look favourably on internships, and the fact that I undertook an internship in China shows that I have a global outlook...Find out more



How do I prepare for an internship abroad? ›

If you are thinking of doing an internship abroad, here's some tips on how to make the most out of your time abroad:
  1. Gather all that courage, and take a leap! ...
  2. Plan.. but not too much. ...
  3. Set goals. ...
  4. Keep an open mind. ...
  5. Immerse yourself in your new home. ...
  6. Make friends from all over the globe. ...
  7. Enjoy the moment. ...
  8. Learning is key.
15 May 2022

Which country is best for internship? ›

10 Best countries for an internship abroad
  • United Kingdom. This is a country filled with opportunities, but also stiff competition. ...
  • Belgium. ...
  • China. ...
  • Singapore. ...
  • Canada. ...
  • Australia. ...
  • Republic of South Africa. ...
  • Exotic places.

Do you get paid for internships abroad? ›

Find a paid internship abroad

A lot of internships now pay almost the same as an entry-level full-time job. Others will go so far as to cover all your expenses – including travel, rent, commute costs, and living expenses – in addition to paying you a full salary.

What do you gain from an internship abroad? ›

As you can see, there are many benefits to interning abroad, including experiencing different cultures, work environments, trends and customs, as well as making new friends. This will make you a more confident professional after you go back home.

Which country is easy to get internship? ›

Australia is one of the most diverse countries offering an internship in almost every industry from software to marketing, arts, business, conservation, tourism, arts and lot more. You don't have the pressure to learn a different language as English is the primary language.

Why I want to do an internship abroad? ›

10 Reasons Why You Need to Intern Abroad
  1. Professional Experience. Like any positive internship experience, an internship abroad will help you enhance your professional skills and improve your resume. ...
  2. Confidence. ...
  3. Travel. ...
  4. Cultural Awareness. ...
  5. Adaptability. ...
  6. Independence. ...
  7. Trial Run a Career Field. ...
  8. Improve Language Skills.
3 Jan 2014

Which field of internship is best? ›

15 Best Internship Fields to Consider

Business Management Internships – focuses primarily on the leadership side of a corporation. Design Internships – interior design, architecture, graphic design, etc. Engineering Internships – civil engineering, industrial engineering, etc.

Is doing an internship abroad worth it? ›

Your soft skills will develop far more rapidly

By taking part in an internship abroad, you have the opportunity to improve your awareness of the world and your ability to interact confidently with colleagues on a day-to-day basis. Employers often remark that new graduates are missing key social skills.

Is internship free or paid? ›

Paid internships are prone to having strict work programs and schedules. Paid interns may be treated as entry-level employees. Unpaid internships, on the other hand, usually have fewer constraints. Unpaid interns are likely to be free to explore a bit more.

How hard is it to get an internship abroad? ›

Finding an internship abroad is not easy, but often easier than you think. If you already have a general idea of which companies you might want to work for, you could check what internship positions they are offering overseas. For this, make sure to have a look at the other countries' recruitment sites.

How much does it cost to intern abroad? ›

The cost of an internship abroad program can vary depending on the country, duration, and type of program. Typically, programs range from $500 to $3000 for a four-week program. Some programs may also require a deposit or fee to secure your spot. Be sure to check with your program provider for more information on costs.

What are the top 3 things you want to gain from this internship? ›

What Do You Want to Achieve During Your Internship?
  • Learn new skills. ...
  • Put what you've learnt at school into practice. ...
  • Build your résumé. ...
  • Meet new contacts. ...
  • Get a foot in the door with a preferred employer.

How can a beginner get an internship? ›

10 Tips for Landing Your First Internship
  1. #1: Write Your Resume.
  2. #2: Have Someone Review Your Resume.
  3. #4: Showcase Your Best Self.
  4. #5: Find the Right Internship.
  5. #6: Apply for Internships.
  6. #7: Practice for the Interview.
  7. #8: Be Awesome at the Interview.
  8. #9: Send Thank You Notes.
9 Mar 2022

Can I apply for internship abroad? ›

Internships are valuable opportunities to gain experience, professional insight, and practical skills for the workplace. Many students do not realize they can apply for internships abroad, but as long as you have the time to spare with your courses, there's no reason not to!

Which year is best for internship? ›

Consider applying for internships beginning your freshman year. Many college students pursue internships during their junior or senior year of school. However, it's never too early to begin applying and participating in internship programs, especially programs that are directly related to your career path.

Why do you want this internship best answer? ›

“I wish to pursue this internship to assess my inherent skills and potential. Although I have acquired a strong foundational knowledge in this domain, I found that the best way to move forward would be to get practical work experience in an established platform like this.

How do you answer why do you deserve this internship? ›

Follow these steps to provide the best answer to this interview question:
  1. Explain how you fit into the company culture. Describe how you can add to the company culture. ...
  2. Highlight your skills. ...
  3. Reference your professional experience. ...
  4. Emphasize your passion for the company or industry.
21 Jan 2022

How do you answer why do you want to be an intern? ›

How to answer "Why are you interested in this internship?"
  1. Understand what you can gain. ...
  2. Include how it can help your career. ...
  3. Mention the workplace. ...
  4. Describe why you're a good fit. ...
  5. Discuss industry innovations. ...
  6. Focus on the job duties.

Do internship students get salary? ›

Average starting Salary for Student Intern in India is around ₹0.3 Lakh per year (₹2.5k per month). No prior experience is required to be a Student Intern. What is the highest salary for a Student Intern in India? Highest salary that a Student Intern can earn is ₹23.8 Lakhs per year (₹2.0L per month).

What are the benefits of internship to students? ›

8 Benefits of Taking an Internship
  • Apply your theory. ...
  • Get a feel for the work environment. ...
  • Boost your confidence. ...
  • Build networks. ...
  • Increase your motivation. ...
  • Improve your CV. ...
  • Getting a job directly. ...
  • Getting a reference or letter of recommendation.

Why do students go for internships? ›

Internships provide exposure to the real world

You can learn how to apply the knowledge you have acquired during an internship to your future workplaces. In addition to this, it is an excellent learning curve for young graduates and students while meeting new people and making connections in the professional world.

What is the highest paying internship? ›

4 highest paying internships in the US: Companies to consider
  • Roblox. Median monthly pay: US$9,667. Roblox is not just an online platform where users go to play games. ...
  • Uber. Median monthly pay: US$8,333. ...
  • Salesforce. Median monthly pay: US$8,167. ...
  • Capital One. Median monthly pay: US$8,333.
31 Aug 2022

How do I make a good impression at an internship? ›

8 Tips for Making a Great First Impression
  1. Prepare yourself. There is nothing wrong with preparing a short introduction about yourself to pitch to your new boss upon your first meeting. ...
  2. Social media. ...
  3. Research is key. ...
  4. If you're not early, you're late. ...
  5. Dress for Success. ...
  6. Be ready to work. ...
  7. Pen and paper. ...
  8. Remember people.

What skills does an intern need to be successful? ›

“ Invest in your time management, organization skills, and following instructions. Also, try to identify your best method for learning and retaining information.” “ Communication and listening skills are always so key in any job. Also, I appreciate interns asking how they can be of help.”

How many days internship is enough? ›


degree programme and 10-14 credits for three-year diploma programme. Here, 1 credit is equivalent to minimum 40-45 hours of work. Therefore, a full-time intern is expected to spend 40 - 45 hours per week on Internship, Training, Project work, Seminar activities etc.

Does an internship abroad look good on a resume? ›

(Humbly) Showing off your abroad experiences on your resume will help display your ability to be flexible and open to change. Your intern abroad resume should showcase your cultural competencies along with your cross-cultural communication skills too. Keep reading and learning to really impress future interviewers.

How much do you pay for intern? ›

Average ₱10,750 per month.

Is any internship better than no internship? ›

After 1 year, workers who had no internship had more secure jobs than people who took an internship, but were hired by a different company after graduation. After 5 years, workers who had no internship at all had the most secure jobs (64.2% were still with the first employer they worked with after graduation)

Why are paid internships good? ›

Approximately 66 percent of students who complete paid internships secure job offers after graduation, compared to only 43.7 percent of those who work unpaid internships. Many paid interns also expect to make more money than those that are unpaid once they get their next job.

Can an intern become permanent? ›

Turning student internships and graduate internships into a permanent role is possible. However, you need to start the conversation and prove yourself as indispensable to the company. If you're looking to land a permanent role from your internship, here's what you should keep in mind.

Do I need a visa to intern in Europe? ›

Visa Info for Internships in Europe:

Visa regulations will vary by country. Typically, Americans do not need a visa for stays fewer than 90 days (this applies to countries that are part of the Schengen agreement), however, whether this applies to interns depends on the country.

What is the most important thing about an internship? ›

Perhaps one of the most important things an internship can offer is the chance to learn new skills and gain experience in your potential career field. It is expected that an internship position will come with training opportunities.

What are the challenges of internship? ›

4 Common Challenges Interns Face
  • A Steep Learning Curve. Students and recent graduates put in a lot of time studying, learning, and preparing for their careers; however, the true challenge comes once all their knowledge is put to the test in a real-world situation. ...
  • Menial Tasks. ...
  • Lack of Feedback. ...
  • Little or No Pay.
26 Jul 2022

What are your learnings from the internship? ›

During an internship, you learn a lot about your skills, and your strengths and weaknesses. This can come in the form of valuable input from supervisors or from colleagues. It's a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you may not have as a working adult.

What are your expectations from this internship answer? ›

The student agrees to complete work that will benefit the host organization and in return is offered the opportunity to learn new skills, expand his or her knowledge of a particular field and explore career options.

What are the interns strong points? ›

11 intern strengths
  • Communication. You'll likely communicate regularly with employees, other interns and supervisors during your internship, so the ability to write and speak in a professional manner is helpful. ...
  • Positivity. ...
  • Adaptability. ...
  • Self-discipline.
15 Mar 2021

Which are your strongest skills for having success at this internship? ›

Below are the top 10 skills employers want in an intern:
  • Communication. Communication occurs in a variety of ways, but future employers are primarily interested in your ability to write and speak professionally. ...
  • Interpersonal. ...
  • Collaboration. ...
  • Time Management. ...
  • Adaptability. ...
  • Critical Thinking. ...
  • Research and Analysis. ...
  • Initiative.

How do you write an internship essay? ›

How to write an internship experience reflection paper
  1. Describe your overall experience in the introduction. ...
  2. In the essay body, describe how your goals were met. ...
  3. Discuss how your internship contributed to the organization. ...
  4. Conclude with how your internship will contribute to your growth. ...
  5. Proofread your writing.

What to prepare before going for internship? ›

How to Prepare for an Internship
  1. Join professional associations related to your career field.
  2. Consider leadership roles in on-campus or off-campus clubs and organization. ...
  3. Continue building a solid college resume. ...
  4. Work on the soft skills employers are looking for in interns and employees*:

What should I prepare before internship? ›

Top ten tips for a successful internship
  • Keep the internship office informed. ...
  • Familiarize yourself with the company. ...
  • Know the company dress code. ...
  • Learn the language. ...
  • Bring a notebook and pen. ...
  • Don't be late on your first day! ...
  • Apply your classroom knowledge and experience. ...
  • Ask lots of questions.
8 Aug 2020

What age is best for internship? ›

An internship is for anyone of basically any age. You can be an intern from the age of 14 years old, but a lot of employers and companies will have their own age restrictions, meaning you may have to be 16 at most places. A lot of places decide to set the minimum age as 16, but some may say 18 or older.

How many days a week should you intern? ›

During the school year, interns usually commit between 10 and 20 hours a week. In the summer interns may commit up to 40 hours a week, especially if the internship is paid. Some capstone or practicums have requirements of 240 hours total.

What skills do I bring to an internship? ›

Top 5 skills employers look for in an intern
  • Adaptability. Workplaces are most often subjected to different kinds of change over time. ...
  • Critical thinking. ...
  • Self-management. ...
  • Quick learning. ...
  • Communication.
18 Jul 2022

What skills does an intern need? ›

Here is a list of skills every intern should have and continuously improve upon:
  • Communication Skills. ...
  • Organizational Skills. ...
  • Initiative. ...
  • Adaptability and Resilience. ...
  • Ability to Work Independently. ...
  • Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Skills. ...
  • Curiosity / Inquisitiveness. ...
  • Interpersonal Skills.
3 Aug 2022

What are the benefits of the internship? ›

An internship provides you with firsthand experience, professional opportunities and personal growth. It will also make you more competitive when applying for jobs. As an intern, you'll gain relevant skills to showcase on your resume.

Are paid internship any good? ›

Paid internships, compared to unpaid ones, are few and far between. While you may succeed in finding a paid internship, the chances of you getting one in your field of choice are low. Many students compromise and end up pursuing paid internships in a different industry. It's not an industry they trained for.

What do you give your first day of an internship? ›

3. What To Bring
  • A notebook – You may get one at work but you should have a personal one too to write down peoples names and position within the company. ...
  • A pen – It's always good to have one at hand.
  • Your supervisor's contact information.
  • A snack – incase your tummy decides to talk to you throughout the day.
19 May 2015

What do interns do on their first day? ›

Arrive early on your first day of your internship. Be curious, open-minded, and don't be afraid to ask questions. Try your best to remember the names of your new colleagues. Inquire about office protocols such as email, lunch breaks, and sick leave early on.


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