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Internship in Beijing, the capital of China

Internship in Beijing? Beijing is in our opinion one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Beijing is huge, but still well organized. It is a city where boredom never prevails because there is always something to do. Both new and old historical buildings can be found in Beijing and all that makes Beijing a wonderful internship location.

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What to expect from an internship in Beijing?

During your internship in Beijing, you will make a lot of new international friends and build a huge network for the future. You will experience what it is like to live and work in Beijing which will bring a lot of new experiences and will stand strong on your curriculum vitae.

Besides your internship in Beijing you will have enough free time to do other great things in Beijing, such as discovering the city & Great Wall, shopping, traveling to other places, going out, join our weekly activities and way more! In short, an internship in Beijing is an amazing experience and investment for the future!

What are the costs?

Unfortunately, an internship in Beijing is not for free, this is because we spend a lot of effort and time finding the best possible internship in Beijing for you based on your preferences. After we had a conversation by e-mail or Skype we will search for appropriate internship companies based on your preferences. We will introduce them to you so that you can make the decision.

We will also give you the freedom to have a Skype with the internship company to make sure you’re making the right decision. Besides finding an amazing internship in Beijing for you we can also provide you with accommodation at one of our student apartments, weekly Chinese classes, a student visa, and more!

Forbidden City of Beijing

Are you ready to start your internship in Beijing?

Imagine spending a couple of months during your study in Beijing? Sounds good right? Yep, we think so too. Not sure about it? Check out our other internship locations in China like Shanghai, Hangzhou or Chengdu. Want to have a Skype meeting with us about our programs? contact us or leave your e-mail behind.

Leave your e-mail behind and we will contact you shortly.

Short information about Beijing

Did you know?

  • Beijing has 21,5 million inhabitants.
  • Beijing means Northern Capital.
  • Beijing has 7 highway rings, Brussels only has 1.
  • Almost all scooters in Beijing are electric.
  • The tomb of Mao Zedong in Beijing can be visited.

Visa & flight tickets

If you want to do an internship in Beijing, you will need a Chinese visa. Fortunately, it is fairly easy to apply for a Chinese visa and we will help you with it.

Flight tickets
Flying to Beijing is unfortunately not free, so book airline tickets! You can easily book airline tickets yourself, but we could also help you with this. It is wise to compare the prices and flight times of different airlines yourself. Hereby we recommend Skyscanner and Momondo.

Shelter and public transportation

You will probably live in a shared apartment or a hotel/hostel, based on your preference we will help you with this. We offer rooms in a shared apartment with other interns or can help you find a suitable hotel or hostel.

Public transportation.
China has one of the largest public transportation networks in the world. With multiple subways underneath the city, buses and taxi’s above-ground ensuring that everyone can move quickly and comfortably. It is also possible to use loan bikes in Beijing, these bikes are located throughout the city and are easy to use with an application on your phone, you can also leave them everywhere on the street.

Costs (approximately):
– Taxi 5 euro per hour
– Bus 0,25 euro per hour
– Metro 0,75 euro per hour
– Loan bicycle 0,25 euro per hour

Livelihood and safety

Food and drinks in Beijing are affordable. A simple meal starts from just one euro and in restaurants you can almost always eat a good meal for underneath 10 euros. Drinks in the supermarket are also cheaper than in most of the western countries. A can of Coca Cola is around 0.30 cents and a bottle of water 0.15 cents. China is therefore a wonderful country to always eat outside. eat outside every day, who wouldn’t want that! #no more cleaning dishes!

China is seen as one of the safest countries in the world and you will also notice this on the street. Quarrels or fights seldom occur on the street and crime does not occur either. Of course, you should always watch out for pickpockets in touristic places, but luckily this is not very common. The Chinese people are usually very friendly and always want to try to help you, even though their English is sometimes not that good.

Sign up without any obligations

Signing up for an internship in Beijing is without any obligations. After you contact us or left your e-mail behind we will contact you to talk about the possibilities. Mostly we plan a Skype meeting to answer all of your questions and explain what we can arrange for you.

When you choose to go for it, we will ask for a deposit. After your internship is arranged you will pay us the total fee and you can pack your bags to prepare for your internship in Beijing!

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