AustCham China runs unique programs for students from Australian universities and recent graduates which provide opportunities for work experience, mentoring and cultural training. 

AustCham China has partnered with FESCO (Beijing Foreign Enterprise Human Resources Service) the leading HR services provider in China, to provide the only internship program in China that guarantees a 100% legal intern visa for students. This program is available for people of all nationalities and will secure interns a placement in a fortune 500 company in China. In light of current COVID related travel restrictions, we are offering virtual and part-time internships that students can undertake remotely. AustCham China will facilitate linking the student with their placement company and overseeing the internship throughout its duration.

What can I participate in?

AustCham China offer a range of virtual internship opportunities over a wide array of sectors including:

  • Infrastructure
  • Construction
  • Architecture & Design
  • Business
  • Communications
  • Marketing
  • Media
  • Legal Services
  • Consultancy
  • Financial Services & Planning
  • Government
  • Public Policy
  • International Business
  • Logistics/operations
  • Not-for-profit

Note: Students must have access to a personal computer, a reliable internet connection and must be available to be online during the host organisation’s local working hours for bi-weekly check-ins (twice per week) with your supervisor (mornings or evenings as mutually agreed in advance).

For more details, contact AustCham Project Manager Kristian Ricardo at kristian.ricardo@austcham.org

Application Instructions

All applicants must meet the UQ Internship Eligibility Criteria and any other criteria as outlined by the host organisation.

Students are required to apply to both UQ and AustCham China via the buttons below.

  1. Submit an application to the Internships and Global Experiences Team and
  2. Submit an application to AustCham China 

Students will receive access to their Internships Workflow once their application is approved by the Internships and Global Experiences Team. 

Apply to UQ  

 

Costs & Inculsions

There is no cost to UQ students for participating in this virtual internship program. Limited places are available. 

UQ students must apply to both UQ and AustCham China. 

Funding

Students completing this program are not eligible to be considered for a grant.

Credit for Internships

Some students may be able to receive credit towards their UQ program pending faculty approval. The Global Experiences Team is unable to provide further advice regarding internships for credit. If you are interested in seeking credit, please refer to the Credit for Internships page for more specific details

Key Dates

Application Deadlines

UQ: 30 September 2021
Host: TBC

Program Dates

Start: TBC
End: TBC

 

Fast Facts

Type: Work Experience
Mode: Internship
Location: Virtual
Credit: For-credit or Not-for-credit
Cohort: Undergraduate and postgraduate

Internship Information Sessions

Students are encouraged to register and attend an information session to receive more details on the short-term application process, eligibility criteria, funding etc.

Information Sessions