Enhance your global employability.
Prior relevant experience is seen as a critical factor in hiring decisions by 90% of employers.
On the Corporate Internship Program, you will get a quality, international experience in China on your CV and learn a bunch of invaluable skills; enabling you to stand out from other jobseekers.
Relevant work experience
Obtain practical experience, receive mentoring and learn about your industry
Meet leaders & influencers
Attend networking events, make valuable connections and find opportunities
You will be more employable and have a cleared idea of your career direction
Durations of 4-24 weeks available
Possible stipend (depends on placement)
Beijing & Shanghai
Available to undergraduates or a recent graduate
Mandarin not required. Good English level required
The ImmerQi Corporate Internship Program has a comprehensive list of inclusions to ensure you have a rich and memorable experience in China.
Pre-Departure & Visas
Arrival & Orientation
On Site Staff
Five Killer Reasons to Intern in China
Trial your new career before you commit to it long-term
Test-drive your knowledge and skills in a challenging, international environment
Enhance your CV in China, a market all multinationals have a keen interest in
Build your professional network in a place that is encouraging innovation, research and entrepreneurship
Exposure to the Chinese business environment, business customs and culture will help with future job searches
Intern in China – Enhance Your Soft Skills
Interning abroad has been shown to be improve your future employability, earnings potential and economic wellbeing.
Valued by Employers
60% of decision makers across the world value an international study experience – QS Global employer survey
Higher Average Salaries
Students with relevant experience abroad earn more on average than their non-mobile equivalents – UK Higher Education
A program with tangible outcomes.
Boost your resume
- Help a local startup solve business challenges
- Create your online and offline self-brand
- Impress local startups and industry leaders
Develop marketable skills
- Build up practical skills and develop business acumen
- Foster creativity & problem solving skills
- Develop confidence and leadership skills
Build up your business capital
- Learn key business and entrepreneurial concepts
- Develop your network and key contacts for the future
- Get inspired to consider launching your own business
Become a China expert
- Understand Chinese business customs and culture
- Gain first hand experience in a fast, dynamic economy
- Learn Mandarin, one of the key languages today
At your internship
You will be matched with a host company according to your background where you will have real responsibilities and an English speaking supervisor to provide mentoring and feedback.
You will typically be assigned a project/s to work on during your time, be able to put your theory to the test in a challenging environment, build valuable contacts and learn what it takes to work in an international environment.
Intern in one of two amazing cities.
Beijing is infamous for being the cultural, historical and political hub of China and wonders such as the Great Wall of China!
Shanghai is China’s most internationalised city, aspiring to be a global financial centre and with a unique blend of colonial and modern architecture
ImmerQi have been based in China since 2004 and have built extensive networks to provide the best opportunities for your professional development.
Our host company partners range from Chinese Fortune 500 companies, multinationals, startups, NGO’s and Chambers of Commerce. Each internship is customised meaning you will be placed in the most suitable host company.
Architecture, Construction, Design
Art, Culture, Fashion
Consulting, International Business, Startup
Finance, Banking, Accounting
HR, Admin, Training
IT, Graphic Design, Telecommunications
Manufacturing, Trade, Logistics
Marketing, Advertising, Events Management
Medical, Public Health, Pharmaceuticals
NGO, Charity, Green Energy
Undertaking an internship in China is an investment in your future which requires savings to ensure you can fully enjoy your time in China.
Find out how to have a memorable and affordable experience through budgeting and funding options. If you are parent or institution we also address typical questions.
Prices & Dates
The following table outlines current prices for our Corporate Internship Program, excluding flights and insurance.
We take payment online through secure online gateways. Start dates are available each month.
Duration Premium program
- Housing & Mandarin
- Housing only, no Mandarin
- Mandarin only, no housing
4 weeks 3,550 3,330 2,535
8 weeks 4,900 4,300 2,870
12 weeks 6,400 5,400 3,355
16 weeks 7,600 6,300 3,780
20 weeks 8,900 7,400 4,130
24 weeks 10,150 8,500 4,420
You should apply at least 90 days prior to your intended program start date.
Application Deadline Internship Start Date
July 2018 Intake 12 April 2018 5 July 2018
August 2018 Intake 10 May 2018 2 August 2018
September 2018 Intake 7 June 2018 30 August 2018
October 2018 Intake 19 July 2018 11 October 2018
November 2018 Intake 9 August 2018 1 November 2018
December 2018 Intake 6 September 2018 29 November 2018
January 2019 Intake 11 October 2018 7 January 2019
February 2019 Intake 22 November 2018 18 February 2019
March 2019 Intake 13 December 2019 11 March 2019
April 2019 Intake 17 January 2019 15 April 2019
May 2019 Intake 7 February 2019 6 May 2019
June 2019 Intake 21 March 2019 17 June 2019
You should apply at least 90 days prior to your intended program start date.
Meet the Team
Sally Ren, General Manager
Sally is from Beijing and graduated from the University of International Relations, majoring in English. Sally’s responsibilities include maintaining good relationships with our host companies in Beijing, program development and operations.
Victoria Wan, Program Coordinator
Victoria is from the south of China and majored in English at University. The experience of being an interpreter led her to build the acquaintance with people from over 20 countries so she has strong acceptance to different cultures. She is in charge of the majority of students’ affairs and she works on maintaining the relationship with different host companies!
Jing Chen, Program Coordinator
Jing is ImmerQi’s Shanghai program coordinator. She graduated from the University of Oregon and majored in Marketing and minored in Non-profit Organization Management. She has travelled to a lot of places such as Canada, America, Japan, South Korea, Dubai, Thailand, Tanzania and so on. She loves jogging and swimming and has a black Labrador “KAT” and he is five years old!
Yingjie Li, Program Coordinator
Yingjie is from Suzhou, a small city on the east coast of China. He graduated from Soochow University and majored in hospitality. He likes travelling and playing extreme sports. His responsibilities include; doing the reception of the coming program participants, assisting the participants to deal with daily tasks and issues, and organising interesting cultural activities.
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.
Zhi Wei Ong, Australian
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.
Jeremy Gallant, Indonesian
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.
Sabrina Gennarino, Italian
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