¡ö Part time internship
Internships have been an integral part of this study abroad
program since 1998. By working with American expats and Chinese
professionals alike, students gain valuable first hand experience
about the Chinese economy and society.
Note: By the new visa regulations enacted in late 2013, student visa may not cover internships. And thus possible internships might be arranged only in the nature of volunteer work.
Part Time Internship (Beijing)
Fall/Spring Internship (3 Credits)
Students should have 2 full days a week available.
Dates: From the first week of the semester to the week before study trips at the end of the semester.
Time for applicaiton : When students are required to do class pre-registrataion, students will apply for internship if with interests.
a. 3.2 GPA
b. recommendation letter
C. resume and cover letter
2. Application Procedures
a. Check internship box when pre-registering for classes
b. Indicate area of interest and preference (i.e. business, media, NGO, law, IT, etc.) on class check sheet
3. Credits and Grading
a. Three credits will be granted after completing 180 hours of work at the internship.
A paper of at least 10 pages regarding topics related to the internship will be asked upon completion of the program. The paper should be an analysis of the businesses of the company or institution for which the students intern and how students benefit from the internship experience.
c. 70% of the grading is done by the intern supervisor/employer through an evaluation form; 30% on internship paper.
4. Fees: non extra fees for part-time internship.
Note: It is students' responsibility to ask their home school if the internship credits will be accepted. We will be very glad to help if it is needed.