Choose your China adventure
From USD 3,330
Relevant work experience for young professionals
RMB 1,500 / month (hospitality)
Negotiable for corporate
Beijing & Shanghai
19 & above
2nd year & above undergrad/diploma
From USD 450
A teaching adventure with Chinese immersion
February & August
RMB 2,000 / month & bonus – intern
RMB 6,500 / month & bonus – work visa
To teacher interns only
Placements across China
18 & above
Non-degree & degree holders
Live & immerse with a Chinese family
RMB 1,000 / month & bonus
18 & above
Zhi Wei Ong, Malaysian
Public Relations & Events, Perth Institute of Business and Technology, Australia
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 wouldn’t say that the grass is always greener on the other side, but stepping out from my comfort zone is what I needed
Michael McGarvey, UK
Teach and Travel China, Shenzhen
There have been so many great times from the Great Wall and Summer Palace to eating scorpions and spiders in Beijing. One thing that does stand out was when we had a fashion show at school which I think the school only arranged so that everyone could see me a Scotsman in my kilt.
Coming to China has really opened my eyes and changed me as a person for the better. I have met some truly wonderful people from all over the world and made some great friends that I will always remain in contact with.
Adam O'Neill, UK
Au Pair China, Beijing
Coming to China was a big decision but it’s not one that I regret at all. ImmerQi checked up on things frequently to ensure my au pair experience was going smoothly. The family were great, I enjoyed teaching their son and we often went out for dinners and weekend excursions. I was shown a new way of life that is definitely different from the way things are done from my home in the UK.
Emile Bazile, USA
Semester in China, Beijing
Tsinghua University offered a wide range of courses and an abundance number of clubs to join. They try to make international students feel as comfortable as possible and students are eager to meet other international students and local Chinese students.
I have met so many intelligent students, who have enriched my perspective on life and the world. China is a place that is full of rich culture and history. The citizens are very proud of their country and are very welcoming to internationals.
I am very grateful for the opportunity and I can say that I have truly fallen in love with Beijing.
Jeremy Gallant, Indonesian
Food & Beverage, Taylor’s University, Malaysia
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.
Sabrina Gennarino, Italian
Graphic Design, Istituto Europeo di Design, Italy
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.