Technology Internships


internet users, China is by far the world’s largest online market

Its users are readily embracing new technological developments.

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Japan has the highest digital buyer percentage in Asia-Pacific

We offer Technology internships across our Program Locations, including tech hubs like Tokyo, Shenzhen and Mumbai.

  • Shenzhen is China’s answer to Silicon Valley, home to Huawei, Baidu and Tencent. Technology opportunities abound in mobile, computer technology, and gaming, while Beijing and Shanghai have more of an emphasis on graphic design.
  • With a long history of creativity and new ideas and lower living costs than London, Manchester is fast becoming the UK’s startup capital and home to a vast number of exciting new tech companies as well as many well established ones, making it the ideal place for anyone looking to get into a career in tech.
  • Vietnam’s technology is rapidly growing alongside its economy, online ordering and sales have been rising at an extremely fast rate. Technology has been helping Vietnam stay interconnected and has helped their e-commerce rise.
  • Baidu is King. Since Google left Mainland China, dominant market leader Baidu saw its market share surge to 75% of internet searches.
  • Japan currently has the third largest population of broadband internet users in the world. The number of online users is even expected to increase a large amount in the coming year due to easier availability to internet access with smartphones and tablets. Japan lives and breathes exciting tech developments and is an exciting location for any tech enthusiast to immerse themselves.

Tech Internships: Host Companies & Example Projects

Our Business Development teams have been working hard to establish quality tech industry placements in global entrepreneurial hubs. For this reason, we don’t disclose host company names here on our website. However, we’re happy to provide you with examples of some of our most exciting internships available!

Hardware accelerator in Shenzhen

Situated in Shenzhen’s tech haven, HuaQiang Bei, this company offers projects across multiple fields including artificial intelligence, intelligent manufacturing, wearable devices, and robots. Taking note of Shenzhen’s place in the up and coming ‘Greater Bay Area’, the company is aiming to become a bridge between international and Chinese innovation. For any intern interested in the future of Chinese technology, this would be an invaluable opportunity.

Example intern tasks

A tech internship at this hardware accelerator would allow an intern key insight into the journey of tech startups looking to do business with China. This placement provides access to the full scope of operations including technology development, sales and marketing, process mapping and research and analysis. If you are a tech-savvy intern with a passion for entrepreneurship, this could be the perfect placement for you.

Blockchain research and development in Shanghai

This host company focuses on blockchain finance solutions, assists with blockchain development projects, and also publishes research into the field.

Example intern tasks

The successful candidate will assist with research and support on the company’s projects and also be expected to conduct research on the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry along with upcoming Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). The intern should have a general understanding of cryptocurrencies, but will likely gain a wealth of knowledge via their research projects in one of China’s most exciting cities.

Read our latest Technology blogs

  • Kara L

    "I gained so much knowledge and life experience being part of the Shanghai Internship program through CRCC Asia. I always dreamed of coming to China and I started studying Chinese in high school. I was fortunate to have the opportunity to combine my travel in China with a professional internship program that gave me depth and knowledge about Chinese business. I completed an internship at a leading AI/Blockchain company in Shanghai. I developed an advanced skill set I can apply to future jobs including problem solving, business and data analysis, communication, and writing skills. In addition, I visited several highlights around Shanghai and took several weekend trips outside of the city. I took the high-speed train to Beijing, flew to Xi’an, and took the train to Suzhou, Zhouzhuang, Hangzhou, Nanjing, and Zhuji. Each trip was amazing and expanded my cultural and world knowledge. I highly recommend this type of program for anyone interested in experiencing China while gaining cultural immersion in the workplace. Of course, it was a little nerve wracking to arrive in a foreign place and experience a new living situation, new food, new people, and a foreign culture and language. My advice is to take advantage of seeing as many new things as you can and meet many new people. Just say “yes” to new experiences and don’t look back! I have developed many long-lasting relationships while in China and will treasure the memories from my travel adventures in this beautiful country."

    Kara L
    Business, Shanghai, Miami University (Ohio)