Why CRCC Asia's International Internship Programs?



CRCC Asia pioneers in organising international internship programs in China, India, Japan, Vietnam, South Korea, and the UK. We are committed to fostering a community of global career-ready graduates, equipped with diverse and sought after skills, who will be employable all over the world. Our award-winning programs are framed around 5 Key Learning Objectives of Employability, Cultural Agility, Country Knowledge, Sector Specific Knowledge and Global Connections. All program prices include a guaranteed placement, high-quality accommodation, visa-processing, on-location 24/7 support, events and business seminars. Read what our alumni say about our international internship programs by clicking the link below.


  • 90% of interns would recommend CRCC Asia
  • 20% of students were offered future employment from their host company
  • 44% of interns noted increased confidence in familiarity with the social norms of their program location showing cultural agility
  • 28% increased their agreement that their social network is culturally diverse throughout the program duration
  • 30% of interns noted increased confidence their resume/CV helps them stand out from the crowd
  • 90% of interns strongly agree that they now communicate easily and professionally in a business environment


  • Kara Leckinger

    "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 worked for a blockchain company founded in China. Specifically, I worked on a start-up AI/blockchain project providing verification and authorization technologies for the second-hand luxury goods market. I worked on a variety of projects including writing use cases, researching and writing media publications, providing analysis for the financial token sale, meeting with investors and team members, and working closely with marketing/social media channels. I worked directly under CMO and Co-Founder, who taught me so much about Chinese business and skills for success. I had a fantastic experience at my host company and developed what I know will be lasting relationships with my co-workers. 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 to my work experience in Shanghai, I took advantage of the opportunity to travel and explore China. 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 did my own research and preparation (including finding hotels, trains, flights, tours, restaurants etc.) and mainly traveled by myself to all these sites. Navigating a city or new culture by myself was a little scary at first but became a new norm and exciting experience. I gained a significant amount of self-confidence and awareness from my travels. I stepped outside of my comfort zone to interact with those I would not have before, navigated foreign places, and had things not always go my way. All my trips were incredibly rewarding experiences and I would not have done anything differently! Some of my favorite memories were a City Wall bike ride and viewing the Terracotta Warriors in Xi’an, going to Shanghai Disneyland (2 times!), a canal boat ride in Zhouzhuang, walking along the Great Wall in Beijing, and seeing the Songcheng Romantic Show in Hangzhou. The friendly and knowledgeable staff at CRCC was always available to provide advice on travel plans or any and every question I sent their way! 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!"

    Kara Leckinger
    Business, Shanghai, Miami of Ohio

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