100% please send more interns here. The work is fulfilling, achievable, and challenging. The workplace is very dynamic and flexible but still pushes interns to greater potential. Thank you for the unforgettable experience!
I interned in Beijing with a petrochemical consultancy company. This was a fantastic opportunity to learn more about my sector will gaining invaluable work experience abroad, which looks fantastic on CVs. The workload was fair and I learnt a lot about a few specific topics through conducting patent research for the company, ending in a report and presentation to colleagues. The social side of the internship was incredible and probably the best experience of my life! I can honestly say I have friends for life and have developed an extensive network whilst interning in China which could be very useful for the future. I would highly recommend this programme, it really is the opportunity of a lifetime and you will meet so many people and do so many amazing things and that alone makes it worth it!
Hello everyone, my name is Matias and i had my intership in Shanghai. I thought it was a very good experience to feel the sensation of working in an area outside the ‘comfort zone’.
You can learn many things in your field of work, as well as feel new emotions and mature as a person.
I really enjoy it a lot 🙂
The highlight of my time in Shenzhen has been having the opportunity to meet such talented youths from across the states and the UK. Learning more about Chinese culture alongside my peers would be a once in a lifetime experience that I would continue to learn from and look back on. My time at my internship at a crowdfunding company has also pushed me to explore other sectors of the tech industry. I am also grateful to have gotten to know some of the coworkers at my office during these two months. Although much of the work that I did was not along the field that I am pursuing, I was able to equip myself with both hard and soft skills related to working at a startup.
“Mi pasantía fue en una empresa internacional de ingeniería que se dedica a hacer sensores. Modelamos y también los vendemos en la compañía. En el trabajo hice modelos bidimensionales, también trabajé en grupo, hice sensores con una máquina de horno, y aparte de eso manejé un grupo como líder y me encantó. La cultura es diferente, pero la comunicación fue genial entre todos. Pienso que todo el mundo debería tener esta oportunidad. Si uno es de ingenierías o de negocios, a las empresas les encantará saber que estuvo en China porque quiso, y quiso aprender la cultura, aprender un poco de chino y también a comunicarse con gente de diferentes culturas.”
“My name is Ayushi Sahay and I am a student at the University of Technology Sydney and I am currently in the final year of my Civil and Environmental Engineering degree.
Beijing actually really different, compared to my home I live quite far from the far. Sydney city compared to Beijing city is so different, here in Beijing just around the corner from my apartment there is always something going on. The commute to work alone is completely different to what I am doing back home.
I am currently working with an Architectural firm, my firm designs buildings and shopping centres. They use a computer program called CAD which is really relevant to my degree since we use this software. In my first week they got me to teach the entire company to use this software.
I also assist helping out with other architects and they have really been helping me out teaching me more about CAD software. Back home we design on flat ground whereas here in China there is more difficult terrain to design for so it has been really interesting learning about different design practices in China in comparison to what I have been learning back home in Australia.”
Giovanni Bottazzi del Politecnico di Milano racconta la sua avventura in Cina con il programma di Stage nel settore dell’ingegneria a Shenzhen per tre mesi. Il lavoro durante il suo stage in Cina è stato molto interessante e coinvolgente.
“Andrea frequenta il Master in Ingegneria Energetica presso l’Università di Padova e sta svolgendo un tirocinio nel settore dell’ingegneria della durata di 3 mesi a Shenzhen, con il China Internship Program di CRCC Asia. L’azienda per cui lavora è una social enterprise che produce sistemi di illuminazione che poi distribuisce nei paesi in via di sviluppo o sottosviluppati; Andrea si occupa di un ambito che gli piace molto, cioè il controllo qualità del prodotto finito, per cui deve assicurarsi che il prodotto rispetti gli standard aziendali e mondiali.”