CRCC Asia forms new partnership with SOAS, University of London

SOAS CRCC Asia internship programme parternship


CRCC Asia has formed a new partnership SOAS, University of London to provide students with an 8-week intern abroad experience in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam during summer 2019.


Successfl applicants will choose to intern and gain work experience in a range of sectors including marketing internships, business internships, and legal internships. Furthermore, partnership students will benefit from a range social, cultural and business activities whilst on the programme in Vietnam.


The leading provider of internships in Asia


As the leading provider of internships in Asia, CRCC Asia will facilitate the intern abroad programme, in addition to SOAS providing funding. CRCC Asia offers various opportunities for students and graduates to internationalize their work experience and gain vital career skills by organizing holistic intern abroad experiences in Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, Tokyo, Kansai, Ho Chi Minh City and Seoul.


The partnership with SOAS specifically targets those who wish to gain experience in the vibrant capital of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City. Participating SOAS students will experience the thrill of a rapidly developing economy whilst developing career critical skills focused around CRCC Asia’s 5 Key Learning Objectives: Employability, Cultural Agility, Country Knowledge, Sector Knowledge and Global Connections.


A special partnership


The partnership is special to CRCC Asia, as both the company’s founders are SOAS alumni. With this in mind, CEO and co-founder Daniel Nivern said:


“We are always excited to form new partnerships with universities around the world. This partnership however is extra special, as both myself and Edward Holroyd-Pearce met and formed plans to launch CRCC Asia while studying a Masters of Science in International Management at SOAS in 2006. It is pleasing to see how things have come full circle and we look forward to welcoming ever more SOAS students on our programs.”


Access for more students


Furthermore, this initiative is funded by SOAS access funds, aiming to address inequalities in international mobility. This includes providing students from underrepresented backgrounds with the opportunity to acquire international internship experience. Julien Boast, Head of Widening Participation said:


“We are very pleased to be able to provide these two internships in Vietnam in 2018-19. We hope this will become a regular offer to SOAS students.”


Apply to intern abroad now


Applications for this programme are now open and SOAS students wishing to apply can do so by making an application via our SOAS portal.