China - CRCC Asia International Internships
Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, China (Asia)
Internships abroad are fast becoming an essential part of the career journey. CRCC Asia offers young professionals the opportunity to boost their global employability and truly stand out in the most competitive job markets with dynamic internships abroad in some of the world's most progressive organizations.
In-country internships are suspended for the spring 2021 term. However, CRCC is currently hosting Virtual Internships in all of their locations! Click here to find out about CRCC's Virtual International Internships!
CRCC Asia specializes in organizing award-winning international internships in China, Japan, Vietnam, South Korea, and the United Kingdom. CRCC is committed to fostering a community of global career-ready graduates, equipped with diverse and sought after skills who will be employable all over the world. CRCC programs focus on 5 key learning objectives: Employability, Cultural Agility, Country-specific Knowledge, Career Field Knowledge, and Global connections.
CRCC Asia provides programs across 18 key Career Fields in prestigious companies throughout South Korea, Japan, China, Vietnam, and the UK.
- Computer Science & IT
- Creative, Design & Fashion
- Entrepreneurship & Startup
- Green Technology, Sustainability & Environmental
- Health, Wellness & Sports Management
- Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals
- Hospitality, Tourism & Events
- International Development, NGO & Charity
- Logistics & Supply Chain
- Media, Communications & Publishing
- Real Estate
- Recruitment and HR
- Urban Planning & Architecture
The internship program includes pre-departure training, visa-processing, serviced accommodation, 24/7 on-location support, language classes and social, business and networking events. CRCC Asia has provided international internships to more than 8,200 students from over 120 countries since 2006.
About China – Internship Locations
Beijing is the traditional seat of power in China and currently one of the most influential cities in the world. In the past, it has been home to China’s ruling imperial families, and the city still serves as the country’s heart, as well as its political, educational and cultural hub. Beijing is full of shopping malls, high rises, testaments to times past, and young entrepreneurs ready to make their mark on the vast landscape of the Chinese market. The city is as complex as it is compelling and offers some of the most iconic sights and experiences within China.
Shanghai made its start as a traditional trading port and today remains a stronghold for globalized consumerism. As the heart of commercialism in China, shopping malls, markets, and international influence make it a uniquely modern experience with easily accessible western media and food. Shanghai also houses one of the fastest-growing stock markets in the world. Older generations still maintain their family-owned shops and can be seen playing Mahjong between the highly commercial shops. During the internship, you have the chance to take advantage of the fast-paced and exciting dynamics of the landscape of Shanghai.
Shenzhen is known as China’s “Silicon Valley” for good reason, the city and the businesses it houses are constantly innovating and creating new technology at a dazzling rate. Shenzhen’s newfound influence attracts increasing investment from within both China and foreign businesses. Shenzhen also has the unique attribute of being a coastal city, allowing interns the unique chance to cool off by the ocean. From inside the city, there are plenty of theme parks, clubs, and parks for you to enjoy at the end of a busy week. Interning in Shenzhen is an exciting and fast-paced experience that is unique within the broad scope of Chinese cities.
Contact Program Sponsor and Advisor
This program is sponsored by Broward College.
Academics & Program
CRCC Asia's International Virtual Internships hosted by CCIS do not include academic credit for the experience. However, students are eligible to receive academic credit issued by Saint Peter's University in Jersey City, New Jersey for an additional school of record fee - see chart below.
In order to receive academic credit for an internship, participants must be enrolled students from an associate's or bachelor’s degree program and must choose the option of virtually working 30 hours per week during their internship in order to meet the minimum direct "contact hours" required for credit.
Credit awarded for the internship will be based on the successful completion of CRCC Asia’s Global Internship Curriculum, CareerBridge, proof of hours worked, reflective essay, and an evaluation from your host company supervisor.
Credit option fees:
We strongly encourage students to consult with their home institutions about receiving academic credit for a CRCC Internship
|Number of Credits
|Minimum Hours Required
(Not including Induction day, CareerBridge, Business Seminars and optional cultural events)
|105 direct internship hours worked
||232.5 direct internship hours worked
||360 direct internship hours worked
Student Life & Housing
Interning in a foreign country is a life-changing opportunity for personal growth, cultural enrichment, and higher learning. While you are developing your professional skills during your internship; CRCC local staff will also organize different cultural & social activities, business seminars, intern dinners, farewell banquet, and optional excursions.
Functional Mandarin lessons: Included in program cost – 1.5 hours per week of basic, functional Mandarin for the office and getting around the city. This option is only available for the China internships.
The Dragon Trip: Looking to combine your amazing internship experience with an amazing travel experience? Students participating in 1 or 2-month China Internships have the option to end their experience with a 21-day tour of China. Review prices and start dates here! The Dragon trip might organize shorter trips or excursions during your internship. Contact the program advisor to find out more!
All CRCC programs include state-of-the-art student accommodations with security and the amenities you need to succeed. Participants will be housed in shared apartments in private rooms and a shared kitchen. Program participants will all be housed together to facilitate networking with close access to public transportation to make your commute easy. Your new home will be safe, accessible, and the perfect place to come back to at the end of a workday.
Duration & Costs
Spring 2021 Start Dates
Locations: Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen
In-country internships are suspended for the 2021 term. However, CRCC is currently hosting Virtual Internships in all of their locations! Click here to find out about CRCC's Virtual International Internships!
Costs (Virtual Internships)
||CCIS Member Cost
||1, 2 or 3-month internships
Cost included (Virtual Internships):
Costs Not Included (Virtual Internships): Academic/transcript fee should students want to receive academic credit for their international internship experience.
Costs (In-Country Internships)
- Guaranteed Virtual International Internship placement
- Dedicated Internship/Career Coach
- 8-hours of Online language lessons
- Access to CareerBridge- CRCC Asia's award-winning global internship curriculum
- Weekly intern group discussions
- Full End of Program Report
- CRCC Asia Digital Toolkit
|Beijing or Shenzhen
||Cost CCIS Member
||Cost CCIS Member
|1- Month Internship
|2- Month Internship
|3- Month Internship
Cost included (In-country Internships):
Cost Not included (In-country Internships): Airfare, meals/groceries, personal expenses (transportation costs, and miscellaneous expenses), mailing cost of Chinese visa application ($18- $25) additional travel/activities, optional academic credit, and transcript.
- Acceptance fee ($500; due 2 weeks after program acceptance)
- Internship Placement
- Visa application assistance
- Visa fees* (Does not include mailing costs)
- Pre-departure materials and support
- CareerBridge, CRCC's digital professional development Hub
- Mandarin Lessons
- Airport Pick-up
- Furnished Accommodations (private room in a shared apartment)
- Orientation weekend including city tour
- Welcome pack, including a SIM Card and local transit card
- Induction Day and Company Drop-off
- Business, social and community outreach events
- Weekly social and cultural events
- 24/7 in-country support
- Exclusive Alumni Facebook and LinkedIn groups
Approximate cost of living in Beijing
Approximate cost of living in Shanghai
Approximate cost of living in Shenzhen
All costs, fees, and dates are subject to change without notification. Contact the program sponsor to verify all costs, fees, and dates for this program.
Program payment structure and deadlines: Please note that due to the fast-passed nature of this internship and timelines of companies this program has a very specific payment structure:
CRCC Asia - Virtual Internships Terms, Conditions & Cancellation Policy.
- $500 program deposit due 2 weeks after program acceptance.
- 1st installment (50% of program cost) due 4 weeks after deposit or 6 weeks after program acceptance
- 2nd installment (remaining 50% of program cost) due 4 weeks prior to departure/ official program start date.
Eligibility & Deadlines
Application Deadlines - Start Dates Spring 2021
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If you are interested in applying for a Virtual Internship, your application must be submitted at least 8 weeks prior to your desired start date!
Minimum GPA: Students must have at least a 2.5 GPA
Minimum class standing: Freshmen – Senior (Consult with your home university about their internal policies about class status for internship participation)
Minimum age: 18 years old
Note: English is the only language required to participate – all internships are conducted in English with English speaking internship supervisors in all host companies who act as student mentors and provide structure and support throughout the internship work experience
Have you talked with your study abroad advisor about your home institution's application process? Your institution's deadline might be earlier than the CCIS program application deadline. Check now to make sure all of your material is submitted on time!