CRCC Asia is proud to announce that we were recently featured in The Independent.
The article discussed the need for the UK to continue to produce ‘Global Graduates’. It is essential for the economy that the UK helps young people to develop an intellectual curiosity for, and ability to work with, other cultures. The benefits to young people of Study Abroad and International Internship opportunities should not be missed due to the benefits to personal and professional development that they can afford.
‘Global graduates’ is a concept with which the UK is familiar, but not one we are reportedly treating as seriously as is perhaps required. Researchers believe that the UK is not making enough efforts to produce a generation of global minded graduates, nor a generation who will be able to successfully develop our economy in an increasingly competitive and internationalised marketplace.
The Association of Graduate Recruiters found,
CRCC Asia is excited to announce that we will be welcoming our biggest intern group ever this Summer 2013.We will be arranging internships in China for over 500 interns (166 in June, 265 in July and 123 in August) in Beijing, Shanghai and Hainan (Sanya). This summer we are also looking forward to welcoming participants for our first program for Chinese students in San Francisco.
Due to unprecedented high demand for our programs, we have had to close applications for the July China Internship Program a week earlier than originally intended. For any applicants still seeking to arrive in July, we are still accepting late applications for both our China Business & Finance Course and Hainan Internship Program.
Otherwise we recommend applying for our programs in August and September as soon as possible in order to ensure that we can accommodate you during this peak season.
This year’s …
CRCC Asia was delighted to attend the launch of the Manchester-China Forum, acting as a key partner within the new business-led initiative.
The Manchester-China Forum aims at increasing Greater Manchester’s commercial connectivity with China, and encouraging more businesses to explore opportunities in China. China has been identified as a strategic priority for Greater Manchester, with a strong potential for growth in trade, inward investment, tourism and education. The Forum will leverage local and national assets in order to develop these areas.
The launch was officially opened by The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne MP, before a speech by Lord Wei of Shoreditch who is acting as the Forum’s Non-Executive Director.
In line with the Forum’s ambitions, CRCC Asia has launched their Young Professionals Program (YPP). Building on the model of their successful multi-award winning CRCC Asia China Internship Program for university students and graduates, the YPP in …
CRCC Asia is delighted to announce that we have been selected as a Finalist of the 2013 GoAbroad Innovation Awards for the category of “Innovative New Program – Internship Abroad”.
Our nominated program the Joint Travel & Internship Program provides applicants with the opportunity to complete a professional internship in either Beijing or Shanghai followed by a comprehensive 20-day trip across China.
The program has proved extremely popular for those looking to gain professional experience in China whilst also taking the opportunity to see first-hand some of China’s best kept travel secrets.
We look forward to attending the GoAbroad Innovations Award Reception in St. Louis in May 2013.
As the leading resource for meaningful travel, GoAbroad is pleased to present annual awards for innovations in international education. The winners are selected by a prestigious and selective group of international educators known as the Goabroad Innovations Academy. Award recipients are announced
On Thursday, March 28th, CRCC Asia hosted its First Annual Host Company Appreciation Awards at the Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Shanghai. The Awards were attended by over 120 representatives from over 50 companies, who enjoyed a selection of fine canapés and sipped drinks as they mingled throughout the evening.
In March 2013, CRCC Asia hosted the First Annual Host Company Appreciate Awards. Over 120 representatives from over 50 companies that partner with CRCC Asia were in attendance.
The Awards honoured and showed appreciation to those companies that partner with CRCC Asia, with special awards being presented to companies in 8 categories: Long Term Partnership, Most CRCC Asia Interns 2012, Intern Integration, Project Innovation, Intern Retention, Best Intern Feedback, Best Supervisor, and Best Intern Training Program.
Award recipients were presented with trophies and certificates and were invited to the stage. The audience clapped and …
CRCC Asia is proud to announce that we have recently signed a partnership with Scuola di Formazione Permanente (意中基金会之长期培训学校秘书处).
The partnership will help build a deeper connection between Italy and China as the Scuola di Formazione Permanente forms part of the Fondazione Italia Cina.
It is a foundation that seeks to create links between Italy and China in order to increase opportunities for the Italian market. It also aims at improving accessibility for cultural exchanges between the two countries.
It is truly a great opportunity for CRCC Asia to create additional links between the two countries and to enlarge the network of cooperation. With this partnership the Scuola di Formazione Permanente is now able to increase its offers of professional internships in China.
For more information about the partnership and our operations in Italy please visit our Italian language pages.…
Having received over 120 highly competitive applications from across the UK, CRCC Asia are delighted to announce that Jessica Stubbs has successfully been awarded a fully funded scholarship from CRCC Asia to undertake a one month internship with the British Council, Shanghai in June 2013.
CRCC Asia are also delighted that Cathay Pacific Airways have kindly agreed to sponsor Jessica’s return flights to Shanghai.
Upon receiving her scholarships Jessica commented: “I am delighted to have been awarded CRCC Asia’s scholarship for a student with a disability. I think it’s fantastic that CRCC are recognising the potential and talent of the many disabled students in the UK.
I am very much looking forward to the opportunities that working in Shanghai will bring. Not only will the chance to work with the British Council give me invaluable professional experience but, as a first-time visitor to China, I am excited to be …
China’s growing importance economically and culturally in the global arena has driven countries, including the UK, to actively seek to strengthen and deepen their commercial links with the world’s second largest economy.
An Introduction on How to Successfully Do Business in China
For individuals and organisations looking to break into the Chinese market, chances of success can be increased through an understanding of China’s history and unique business and cultural environments. Knowledge of key concepts such as Mianzi and Guanxi, their central importance in Chinese business culture and how one’s behaviour can have a huge impact on their success, is fundamental. An appreciation and understanding of Chinese business etiquette and culture will help companies to navigate a Chinese market which can be complex but which has huge potential.
Calling upon a their combined 50 years experience of successfully doing business in China, CRCC Asia are expertly placed to work alongside …
CRCC Asia is proud to announce that we were recently featured in The Independent.
The article discussed the increasing numbers of students and graduates heading to China to undertake professional internship placements, alongside the necessities of understanding the key Chinese business culture concepts of ‘Guanxi’ and ‘Mianzi’ if one wishes to succeed.
Walking down West Nanjing Road, one of Shanghai’s busiest shopping streets, you may not immediately look at the shops and buildings around you and feel as though you are in the beating heart of one of China’s key cities. Sitting on the steps outside West Nanjing Road underground station, in the shade of trees lining the European inspired streets, surrounded by the comforting stores of Marks and Spencer, Zara and H&M, you may almost feel at home.
The urban centres of China, and in particular Shanghai, have rapidly developed an all too recognisable ‘Western’ façade. This façade
CRCC Asia are delighted to be partnering with the British Council, Shanghai, to offer a scholarship for a one month internship on the CRCC Asia China Internship Program.
The CRCC Asia China Internship Program fee is being covered by CRCC Asia, and the successful candidate will obtain first hand experience of China’s business and cultural environments working on a general business placement at the British Council, Shanghai.
The successful applicant will complete the one-month professional internship during June-August 2013.
The CRCC Asia-British Council Scholarship is open to all university students with a disability. All eligible candidates from any university discipline are welcome to apply.
To apply or to find out more about this exciting opportunity please visit CRCC Asia-British Council Scholarship for a Student with a Disability 2013.…