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Although many scam artists want you to buy an expensive China internship package for several thousand dollars the ones they sell you are with unknown companies that are 80% third tier Chinese ventures and 20% are international start-ups that have a 50% failure rating in China.
The Fortune 500 internships are the plums and best of all they are free – except for your air fare and meals. How to get them? Directly – by yourself is the only way, and these three links will walk you through the process
Just keep in mind that you will be competing with at least five applicants for every internship so the key is to apply early before the April-May rush. To help expedite your search you can get a directory of the HR Intern Coordinators (no phone numbers – only emails) from China Career Center which you can contact at directory@ChinaCareerCenter.org. Also be aware that If you are contacted by any company that wants you to pay a fee they are fraudsters looking for a quick buck – yours! Good luck!
Remember, if anyone asks you to pay for a job or internship placement in China or to lie on your visa application, it is absolutely a fraud.
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