Hospitality, Tourism, & Events Internships
of business meetings in the APAC region are through trade shows
- In a bid to attract 20 million tourists for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the government is planning to upgrade airports and seaports, as well as improve access to national parks and cultural attractions
- With strong GDP growth and rising domestic disposable income, Chinese tourists have been identified as a “hot commodity” by international tourism boards
- Vietnam relies a lot on their tourists for economic stability, while the rest of the world is suffering from the economic downturn, the Vietnamese economy and tourist industry continue to flourish at an impressive pace
- China’s foreign exchange income was $45.8 billion, the world’s fourth largest in 2010
- Chinese tourists are flocking abroad. With higher earning power, more Chinese people are visiting places such as the UK and Australia for tourism
- “Omotenashi” is a term in Japan signifying the traditionally correct way to treat a guest, and is the guiding principle for much of the country’s hospitality industry
- Chinese people take pride in their hospitality. Foreign guests can expect a Chinese style service including large banquets and warm, welcoming treatment
- Manchester is home to a number of historical attractions and close to beautiful natural landscapes such as the Peak District
Hospitality, Tourism, & Events Internships: Host Companies & Example Projects
We take time to build our host company networks to ensure that we can connect interns with high-quality placements in the global marketing industry. For this reason, we don’t disclose host company names here on our website. Nevertheless, why not check out some of our example placements below?
The company is the largest travel company in China and is listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange. They deal in domestic and international travel as well as conferences, exhibitions, and high tech development.
CRCC Asia interns will work for the company’s China travel depot which is the biggest flight ticket provider in China. They were established in 1997 and now have over 25 offices throughout China.
The hotel is situated in the center of Beijing along the West Chang An Avenue close to some of the city’s biggest landmarks, such as Tiananmen Square, the National Center for the Performing Arts, the Forbidden City and Working People’s Cultural Palace. The hotel is culturally very Chinese.
Guests will be treated to Chinese style hospitality and interns will be rotated around different areas of the hotel including reception, administration, management and food and beverages.
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"In a world that is becoming increasingly inter-dependent, it would be a crime to pass up an opportunity to experience diversity at its finest. I feel that this internship abroad has given me the competitive edge to thrive in a depressing economic society. I learned how working collectively is just as fundamentally important as working individually. I developed extensive market research techniques and methods that are dynamically feasible in any industry. I strengthened my sense of leadership by crafting the initial stages for a new organization within my company. Not to mention, I’ve developed long lasting friendships from across the world.
Easily, the most enjoyable part of my experience was comparing life stories with colleagues while discovering many types of delicious Chinese food and exploring Beijing.
No other internship experience that I’ve participated has left me with a great sense of inter-cultural awareness and that has prepared me for a graduate program and career in communications. My internship experience in China proves to be invaluable since the skills that I’ve acquired are intangible to my competitors and exclusive to my knowledge.
The sagacious thing about CRCC internships abroad is that you’re surrounded by diverse students from all over the world in a beautiful city that welcomes visitors of all kinds. After completing my internship, I feel a greater connection to the world at large and equipped to enter a world of diverse magnitude."
"Participating in the CRCC Asia China Finance Internship Abroad program was a highly fascinating, stimulating and rewarding experience! I really enjoyed every single bit of my first ever experience in Beijing! From exciting and memorable site-seeing adventures, to mouth-watering Chinese cuisines and jaw-dropping acrobatic shows. The programme was packed with lots of fun!
Above all, I learnt so much about China’s financial and economic development, engaged in Chinese business skills workshop and networked with market-leading professionals from various financial sector. A particular highlight for me was going on a site visit to Taikang Life (one of China’s major insurance companies) and observing the daily operations of the company’s risk management team. What was truly remarkable about the China Finance Course was the fact that other participants came from diverse academic background with varying level of financial knowledge and different areas of interest within the financial sector; this created a wonderful platform for us to share valuable and interesting views about finance in general. In deed, this internship abroad has greatly strengthened my passion for international finance and corporate work!"
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"My internship abroad with CRCC Asia was not only a valuable professional experience, but also an enlightening opportunity to see life in a different corner of the world. I was fortunate enough to work for a small environmental company in Shanghai, which finally enabled me to feel like I was making a difference in a field that I cared about. I conducted research, wrote reports, assisted with translations, prepared company contracts, and collaborated on a number of other company projects, all of which undoubtedly helped me prepare for a career in the 21st century. I would highly recommend this experience!"
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