Find An Internship That Fits
Work in Beijing or Shanghai
Work in China’s top hotels
Food and housing included
Receive a monthly stipend
Intern at a Chinese start-up
Mix with entrepreneurs
Boost your prospects in China.
You may still be asking yourself whether trekking halfway across the world to intern in China is a brilliant career move or just completely crazy. We’re here to tell you it’s probably a bit of both.
4 Reasons Interning In China Isn’t Completely Crazy
1. Stand out from the crowd
2. Challenge of a lifetime
3. Right place, right time
4. Work hard, play hard
We’ll make it happen!
Why pay for an internship?
ImmerQi. Your China education specialist.
Since 2004, thousands of participants from over 50 countries have taken part in our China programs whereby they learn, develop and grow to become culturally rich, confident and international professionals.
We are headquartered in China and have 20+ years experience running programs for students and young professionals.
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Don’t just take our word for it – hear personal stories and highlights from our ImmerQi alumni!
As someone who is always seeking life challenges and enjoys what the world has to offer, I’m glad I made my decision to come to China for my internship. I’m grateful that I found ImmerQi to assist me along the way and was offered a permanent role to assist the GM after my internship.
I completed a Food and Beverage internship at a high-end Beijing hotel as part of my university’s required internship experience. Getting the exposure and mentoring at all the hotel’s various restaurants and bars gave me great insight into the each outlet’s management and operations.
I was looking for something more than just the commercial design that is reigning in Italy and different companies all over the world. China appealed to me as I wanted an experience that would allow me to mix my European background and personality with Asian culture.
When I entered college as a finance major I envisioned graduating and working for a big company in downtown Manhattan. Back then I neglected to realize how hard that goal actually was to achieve. Reality hit when I went applying for internships my junior year and had...read more
Q&A with ImmerQi Intern: Hisi Ko Before you take your first steps in China there are several must-do tasks that you need to complete. One of them - a major and not to underestimate - is the visa application. Please find below important questions that might be good...read more
After studying International Development for 3 years, and specialising in China, I felt it was time to experience it first-hand for myself. I applied for the King’s College Global Internship Programme in 2016 but unfortunately I didn’t get a place. In 2017 I was...read more