If I get an internship in China, what visa should I have?

Growing numbers of foreigners are coming to China for internships in the hope of improving their careers, but at the time of writing there is not yet an official “internship visa”. Instead, interns may find themselves being shunted onto a number of different visas. But which of these is allowed?

The Benefits of doing an Internship in China (2)

For anyone who wants to take their life in a new, exciting and entirely beneficial direction, an internship in China should be the first thing that comes to mind. Many people are already aware of the many aspects that make China a great choice for living and working. For those who are still new to it all, read on to find out just what it is that makes an internship in China such a great idea.

The Benefits of doing an Internship in China (1)

For anyone who wants to take their life in a new, exciting and entirely beneficial direction, an internship in China should be the first thing that comes to mind. Many people are already aware of the many aspects that make China a great choice for living and working. For those who are still new to it all, read on to find out just what it is that makes an internship in China such a great idea.

How Internship in China can change your life

If you are still studying at the university, the internship can be your chance to start ‘real life’. The idea of experiencing new job just seems very rewarding, and the internship is a great way to do it as there is a lot of support. If you are looking for an international carreer and the thought of moving to another country doesn’t terrify you, then an internship in China really is the perfect opportunity! This is a country of impressive skyscrapers and modern living compounds where the new generation of young Chinese live a busy and hectic life. This fascinating contrast gives China an extra dimension which other countries don’t have.

4 types of VISA for internship in China

If you are considering an internship in China, you will need to think what kind of visa you need to have for the internship. Here I listed 4 types of visas for undergraduates and graduates from local Chinese university or abroad universities and for a Special group of students “ French” to do internship in China.

Akash Ghai: My internship experience in China Daily

Akash Ghai, a 23-year-old photojournalism graduate of the Pennsylvania State University, came to the Photo Department of China Daily early this June. As the first foreign intern of the department in its 35-year history, Ghai, who was born in the United States and grew up in India, discovered the country through his lens.

9 reasons why you should do internship in China!

Being the world’s fastest growing major economy, China has unsurprisingly becoming one of the most attractive destinations for many international undergraduates and graduates to start their internships or careers. Based on this tendency, I founded Set in China, an internship agency to help those talents find the best opportunities to accomplish their professional and personal development goals; however, the more I learned about this business, the more reasons I found why people should not do an internship in China.