Internships in Ho Chi Minh City
Join us on one of our life-changing one or two-month international internships Vietnam’s vibrant Ho Chi Minh City. Immerse yourself in an energetic and fast-paced economic center surrounded by beautiful natural scenery and close to the coastline.
Why intern in Ho Chi Minh City?
Ho Chi Minh City provides you the unique opportunity to enjoy a slower pace of life, while also taking part in a rapidly developing city. Ho Chi Minh City is the main economic & business hub of Vietnam. In most recent years, it has outpaced other major cities in Vietnam and attracted many foreign investors’ attention. Within Southeast Asia, Vietnam is a standout experience geographically, culturally, and historically with plenty of delicious traditional dishes to chat over. The unique blend of traditional cultural values, French influence, and constant innovation provides a truly unique setting in which for you to get involved in your internship.
Ho Chi Minh City’s Internship Sectors
As the economic center of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City is the country’s hotbed of business development. The computer technology and IT industries are growing and receiving increasing local and foreign investment. Mechanics and food processing are also vital staples in Vietnam’s expanding industrial market. With increasing tourism to the country the cultural and tourist industries have expanded to meet new demand. Interns in Ho Chi Minh will get to experience in every sector the thrill of a quickly developing and hands-on work environment.
In addition to the above, your program will also include;
- A Program of 5 Key Learning Objectives
- Exclusive Pre-Departure Materials
- The CRCC Asia Digital Toolkit
- Exclusive Alumni Facebook and LinkedIn groups
- CRCC Asia merchandise
- Welcome Pack on arrival (pre-paid SIM card included)
- Airport Pickup and Accommodation Drop-off
- Induction Day and Company Drop-off
5 Key Learning Objectives
The wealth of skills and knowledge you will gain on one of our international internships in Vietnam will greatly increase your future employability, enrich your resume and give you the edge you need to land your dream job. Apply now to begin your Vietnam adventure!
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Places are limited and allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Be sure to apply at least 6-10 weeks prior to your preferred start date.
|Program Start||Location||Duration||1-Month End Date||2-Month End Date||3-Month End Date|
|May 30, 2019||Ho Chi Minh||1- 3 months||June 26, 2019||July 24, 2019||August 21, 2019|
|June 27, 2019||Ho Chi Minh||1- 3 months||July 24, 2019||August 21, 2019||September 18, 2019|
|October 17, 2019||Ho Chi Minh||1- 3 months||November 13, 2019||December 11, 2019||January 8, 2020|
|*December 12, 2019||Ho Chi Minh||1-2 months||January 8, 2020||February 5, 2020||–|
*No 3 month program for December 2018/2019 due to Vietnamese Tet Festivals in February
Program Fees (All in USD)
In order to begin your internship, you will need to submit an electronic application to our program. You can do this on our Apply page.
Upon receiving your application, it will be reviewed by your nearest Regional Team who will assess your suitability for our programs.
Once your application is reviewed, our Admissions Advisers will reach out to you via email to schedule an Advising Session.
3. Advising Session
Those applicants who are successful at the application review stage will be invited for an Advising Session with one of our Admissions Advisers. The Advising Session will be 20-30 minutes long where we will ask:
- Your interest in our programs
- Your relevant past working and voluntary experience
- Your sector choices and preferred type of host company
- Your personal and professional goals
4. Program Confirmation
A few days after your Advising Session, you’ll be informed of the outcome of your application to join our internship program by email. If you are successful, you’ll receive an offer which will formally invite you to join the program and details on how to confirm your place with a Program Acceptance Fee.
5. Placement Confirmation
Once you have submitted your Acceptance Fee and First Installment, our Placement teams will officially start reaching out to our Host Company partners to confirm your company and job description with our Placement Supervisors. The sooner you confirm your placement on our programs, the sooner we can get you more information on your placement! Please note that early applicants get priority for most competitive host company opportunities.
With CRCC Asia’s Placement First Guarantee, you will only be required to pay the final installment when you have received a confirmed placement from your Adviser.
If you have any questions about this procedure please feel free to contact us for more information.
6. Safe Travels!
Your Adviser will work with you to ensure we have all of your relevant travel details (flights, insurance, special requests, etc) and prepare you for your arrival in your program destination.
A week before your Program Start Date, our on-the-ground Program Management staff will introduce themselves and provide you with all the necessary information for your arrival. We look forward to welcoming you to our Programs!
Obtaining the appropriate visa can be challenging for those unfamiliar with the process, therefore we will handle the entire process and your visa & processing costs are included in your Program Fee.
You will be required to complete an online visa form with our partner agency, upon which you will receive an e-visa within 5 working days.
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