Visit the world's most populous country

Considered one of the oldest continuing civilisations, China is home to the world’s largest population.

Rich with culture and history, and coupled with a thriving economy and promising future, China is becoming an increasingly popular destination for our Global Interns to live, work and explore.

Host organisation examples include:

  • Daxue Consulting
  • Golin Magic
  • HuaXia Finance
  • Shanghai J&J CPA Firm
  • Wicresoft

Student testimonial

The decision to undertake an internship overseas is one I will never regret. The extra challenge of not only working but living in a different country provided an excellent opportunity to grow both personally and professionally. I have gained a greater understanding of Chinese culture and learnt how to communicate with those from a different cultural background, which I believe is invaluable in today’s world. Overall, the greatest takeaway from the internship is that it has provided clarification on the direction in which I would like to take for my career.

Walter Binder | Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of International Tourism and Hotel Management

Global internship with Wicresoft, Shanghai 2018

Industry testimonial

We were delighted to participate in the Griffith Business School Global Internship Program for the first time in 2018. Our global intern, Warren Maynard, did a phenomenal job and was a great asset to our organisation. His three key strengths were his leadership, helpfulness, and adaptability.  As a Chinese Wealth Management Firm, we adapt quickly and Warren consistently maintained pace; exhibiting a strong work ethic and conducting himself in a professional manner, demonstrating a willingness to think outside the box to complete the job at hand.

The global internship program was an enriching experience for all those involved and we have no hesitation in recommending other organisations to host a Griffith student.

Michael J Beda | Director, HuaXia Finance, Shanghai 2018

Student videos

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