Capital of China
Beijing is the capital of China and the third largest city in the world. Home to the headquarters of China’s largest state-owned companies and countless start-up businesses, Beijing is the political and cultural center of the country. The 3,000 year old city is an amazing destination to build international work experience and develop a deep understanding of the world’s second largest economy.
Adventure with new friends
Beijing made easy
Our program participants spend roughly 35 hours each week at their internships. During this time you will learn invaluable new skills and become friends with your coworkers and fellow interns. On the weekends and evenings, you will have time to explore the city and travel to amazing destinations.
Beijing has countless activities and destinations to explore. The Great Wall of China is a short bus ride from the center of Beijing and is one of the world’s top tourist attractions. Beijing is also home to many of China’s most impressive temples, museums, and zoos. Beijing’s famous attractions and 50,000 restaurants, guarantee that there will always be new things to see and do.
In Beijing you can find ancient crafts, modern boutiques, and everything in between. Known for it’s low cost crafts and clothing, you could spend days browsing Beijing’s countless shops and local markets.
Dining & Nightlife
Beijing has a large and vibrant community of international students and young professionals. There are always exciting music and dining opportunities thoughout the city.
The Beijing subway system is one of the largest in the world. With 319 stations, you can easily visit any part of Beijing with a short train ride. Although the system is quite large, our interns quickly become experts and can navigate the city with ease.